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But I like it:).
No overdrive (I think) but very appealing to me. 

Off course, if you plan to do a full restoration on this one, financially you would be better off buying a finished one.

Cheers,

Waldi

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7 minutes ago, ntc said:

About right imho the bubble had to pop it was only a matter of time 

Plus it needed a serious repaint etc so would still end up around mid 30`s.

Stuart.

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Doing a quick search of Tr5's sold at Auction recently shows prices as follows including all the Premiums:-

CCA - £48,840.00

Silverstone - £45,928.70

Bonhams - £46,125.00

H&H -  £75-£80K (The TR register Concours Winner from 2019?) Sold but no Price stated

All the above cars looked A1+ Or Concours condition to me.

My old car was recently listed at a dealer for well in excess of what I sold it for in 2018 and is now no longer for sale there.

So are prices dropping?   

Gary

 

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19 hours ago, ntc said:

The days of over priced cars are over you may as well get use to it.

They said this about early Land Rovers a couple of years ago. Since then prices have risen steadily with quite a spike in the past 4 months.

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No expert but I would have said 26K a little on the high side as I suspect once you start to poke around the body a full strip with lots of welding likely and paint job required. Then there's the interior and engine bay to address.

I wonder what a private sale price would have being? 18 - 22K? 

Don't shoot me!!

Andy 

 

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Hey Andy  , hope all is well.

Shall i load the 12 Bore, before you next visit  !

Cheers Conrad. 

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2 hours ago, openroad said:

Hey Andy  , hope all is well.

Shall i load the 12 Bore, before you next visit  !

Cheers Conrad. 

Hi Conrad

I'll come with a bullet proof vest :P

Said I was no expert!

Andy

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