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Here's that coach that was in Classic Car Weekly (other motoring publications are available, though not with such cutting edge stories as this :wink: ) with only delivery mileage on it. The guy was looking for about 50 grand for it...

 

Perhaps if we chip in a couple of quid each we can secure it for future Autoshite Jolly Boys Outings:

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/POSSIBLY-THE-ONLY ... 0404955785

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ALRIGHT LOVE. I'VE JUST MOVED IN NEXT DOOR. I'VE BOUGHT A MASSIVE NEW BIG YELLOW CAR CRUSHER, AND I AM LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO TEST IT WITH. HAVE YOU GOT OWT?

 

AYE, I'VE GOT AN OLD JAG UP WHICH SOME F##KWIT HAS TRIED TO CHOP INTO A PICK UP TRUCK. IT LOOKS SHIT AND I THINK THE BEST THING FOR IT WOULD BE TO SQUASH IT FLAT.

 

GR9, WELL LETS HAVE IT THEN. IF MI CRUSHER DOES THE BIZ ON IT, WE CAN GET OUR FREAK ON AFTERWARDS

 

RIGHTO

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/JAGUAR-X300-PICK-UP-MOT-TAX-M-REG_W0QQitemZ180451874381

 

Jesus. remind me never to employ 'humbugs' to restore any classic vehicles for me. :roll:

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This Saab convertible looks temptingly good value for a bag of sand, but I am always put in mind of that whinging MeatLoafTurbo lad off RR who had one that was a pup.

Carl Robson!

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1973-Vauxhall-Victor-Saloon-Blue-Antique-1-8_W0QQitemZ220532646510

 

If we give it a tlc it will become a car for nearly 5000 GBP as I saw one selling on ebay for 5800 GBP. so grab yourself a bargain. Any questions please drop me an e-mail. Thanks. I might be able to get it fixed if I get time.

Deposit of 500 GBP required rest of the payment could be made upon collection.

Current bid: £127.00

Dont think this guys got much of a grip on reality, or any basic common sense about selling old cars.

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If we give it a tlc it will become a car for nearly 5000 GBP as I saw one selling on ebay for 5800 GBP. so grab yourself a bargain. Any questions please drop me an e-mail. Thanks. I might be able to get it fixed if I get time.

Must pop down to Halfords later and buy me some tlcs

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Looks like a shiter's dream, but with 12m MOT, sure it'll attract a few bidders.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1993-PEUGEOT-405-GLDT-RED_W0QQitemZ270509565352

 

 

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By contast, this looks v smart for £130. Needs saving.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1995-PEUGEOT-405-GREAT-RUNNER-NOT-406-206-306-SCRAP_W0QQitemZ120509681254

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1973-Vauxhall-Victor-Saloon-Blue-Antique-1-8_W0QQitemZ220532646510

 

If we give it a tlc it will become a car for nearly 5000 GBP as I saw one selling on ebay for 5800 GBP. so grab yourself a bargain. Any questions please drop me an e-mail. Thanks. I might be able to get it fixed if I get time.

Deposit of 500 GBP required rest of the payment could be made upon collection.

Current bid: £127.00

Dont think this guys got much of a grip on reality, or any basic common sense about selling old cars.

But the picture of the toy car used as a good example of a victor sums it up totally..must be worth 5 k

 

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NOW YOURE TALKING, if a young 'un cant get insured on that they may as well give up. PLus its class in a glass, in a way that a battered Ibiza D can never attain.

Agreed. Who would not love that.

However a Mk1 Ibiza D may come rather closer:

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(Wiki pic)

 

In other news, these 'R' officially rather good.

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Cheap and worth a save...

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MAZDA-323-GOOD-RUNNER-SPARE-OR-REPAIR_W0QQitemZ290386892930

 

 

LOL @ Pog's modified sig!

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Wow! Mega-early one with black strip bumpers, the way they should be.

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Engine Size: 1,500 cc

1.6, surely.

IT HAS A SIREN AND ANIMAL ALARM FITTED,WORKING PERFECTLY.

Oh good.

WE ARE ELDERY AND NOT ABLE TO STAND THE COLD,ITS COLDER IN THE CAR THAN OUTSIDE

Poor old boy. Sounds like he tried his best.

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