unkel IoniqSpeed TM
#1

New thread as the other had 10k posts!

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LIGHTNING Moderator
#2

I`ll start us off

http://cars.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-for-sale/fiat-x1-9-1978/8813279?offset=1

If I didn't have the 924 I'd be straight there with cash, in fact I am still tempted

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unfit2006 Registered User
#3

If all the numbers check out on it and it's reasonably solid, then it's good value at that.

Bus Boy Registered User
#4

That's gas. Looking at the ad for the X19, my dads old Toyota Carina was 891PZE, bringing back memories.

unkel IoniqSpeed TM
#5

I think we had that X1/9 in the previous thread. Wonder why it didn't sell? Looks good value for a car that is unlikely to ever be worth less than it is now, providing it does indeed need only minor work

kaizersoze Registered User
#6

I know the thread is 'bargains that i'm not buying' but I'm liking this......
http://cars.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-for-sale/ford-cortina-mk4-estate-2-3-v6/8852028


I'm looking for my first vintage/classic. Trying to go pre '80 for a little as possible I'm no expert so how do ye lads think it looks for condition and price?
I like Fords.

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w124man Registered User
#7

Well if its in that condition and stored indoors since 1989 .......

Get a grip man, its soaking wet!

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ba_barabus Registered User
#8

And it's been advertised regularly over the past 12 months or more

Bigus Registered User
#9

kaizersoze said:
I know the thread is 'bargains that i'm not buying' but I'm liking this......
http://cars.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-for-sale/ford-cortina-mk4-estate-2-3-v6/8852028


I'm looking for my first vintage/classic. Trying to go pre '80 for a little as possible I'm no expert so how do ye lads think it looks for condition and price?
I like Fords.


That's a bargain , how much restoration work would you get done for 2350 or 1700 sterling ?

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kaizersoze Registered User
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LIGHTNING said:
I`ll start us off

http://cars.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-for-sale/fiat-x1-9-1978/8813279?offset=1

If I didn't have the 924 I'd be straight there with cash, in fact I am still tempted


Now breaking for parts........
http://cars.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-for-sale/fiat-x1-9-1978/8813279?offset=1

LIGHTNING Moderator
#11



Good Lord would somebody buy this! I dont want to have to I could offer him 1.5 k and see what he says

Silvera Registered User
#12



What is that guy playing at??

The price went from €2500 to €2300...and then shot up to €3000?!
...and now he's "breaking for parts"

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Silvera said:
What is that guy playing at??

The price went from €2500 to €2300...and then shot up to €3000?!
...and now he's "breaking for parts"

CLOUD COO KOO land id say

Duke O Smiley Registered User
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w124man said:
Well if its in that condition and stored indoors since 1989 .......

Get a grip man, its soaking wet!







Bad in a lot of places but also good in a lot of notoriously bad places..



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Kevin_Herron Registered User
#15

Maybe not a bargain but a very interesting history.
It was owned new by Sunbeam Wolsey.

http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C604900

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