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16 minutes ago, egg said:

From the Grenoble area by the looks of things.  Interesting - could possibly be my grandmother's old car.  Unlikely though, there were hundreds of 2CVs in Grenoble back then.

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I like this too, not quite as much as the Rover but it is still super cool! Those number plates though are far from cool.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1975-Barn-Find-Rare-Jaguar-XJC-Coupe-starts-runs-and-drives/293636637607?hash=item445e1b83a7:g:qCgAAOSwLG9fAG-C

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citron xsara 2.0 16v spare or repair

 no ecu or key

it has been standing for over 10 years

the car is not rotten

cash on clection

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Current bid: £100, reserve not met.

Goodness knows what happened to this but a reserve over £100 seems optimistic at the moment.


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/333640417544

 

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23 hours ago, spike60 said:

It can't  be much more than scrap sat in a soggy woodland for decades, the interior is absolutely fucked as well. As an SEC owner it  bemuses me how absolute piles are worth so much when working private ones don't fetch so much.  A standard SEC 500 just made £3900 near me, no sills, jacking points, subframe mounts etc and no test for 10 years.

Nearly £9k according to the Listing,

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13 minutes ago, Shite Ron said:

I like this too, not quite as much as the Rover but it is still super cool! Those number plates though are far from cool.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1975-Barn-Find-Rare-Jaguar-XJC-Coupe-starts-runs-and-drives/293636637607?hash=item445e1b83a7:g:qCgAAOSwLG9fAG-C

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The growing pool of coolant isn’t helping the sales pitch,

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8 minutes ago, richardmorris said:

Nearly £9k according to the Listing,

I saw that but I'm not sure why you pay that for it. It has no MOT history which I assume means it has laid balls deep in a soggy woodland since  at least 2006. Surely not viable to put on the road, not worth it to break for the little that's salvageable?

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