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Classic car value

  • 02-07-2017 2:07pm
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    Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 134 ✭✭


    come across an CITROEN 1224, very sound but plenty surface rust but very original. What these worth


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  • Registered Users Posts: 827 ✭✭✭PaulK_CCI


    The Citroen 12/24 is the Slough Built version of the B14F. Good condition examples of these type of cars go between 10k and 20k, but these pre-war cars are bit of a long shot as the market is rather limited to the people actually looking for one. Also it depends on which bodywork it is, how complete it is, if the engine is running etc... so it's really hard to put a figure on...


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 134 ✭✭adamhughes


    PaulK_CCI wrote: »
    The Citroen 12/24 is the Slough Built version of the B14F. Good condition examples of these type of cars go between 10k and 20k, but these pre-war cars are bit of a long shot as the market is rather limited to the people actually looking for one. Also it depends on which bodywork it is, how complete it is, if the engine is running etc... so it's really hard to put a figure on...

    thanks for that but he is looking 26k for it, not a cent less, original and starting / driving perfect but alot surface rust


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 134 ✭✭adamhughes


    PaulK_CCI wrote: »
    The Citroen 12/24 is the Slough Built version of the B14F. Good condition examples of these type of cars go between 10k and 20k, but these pre-war cars are bit of a long shot as the market is rather limited to the people actually looking for one. Also it depends on which bodywork it is, how complete it is, if the engine is running etc... so it's really hard to put a figure on...

    had a look today and interior is very poor and needs redoing , fair bit of rust on it too


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