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    Nova for sale, but you may have to travel !


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    Hi Mark,

    Nuno posted on the forum a few days ago .... lots more photos can be accessed from there ....

    http://www.euro-nova.co.uk/vb/showth...163#post129163

    Alistair

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    Mark,
    I must admit that I thought that Nuno might struggle to sell his dismantled Nova in Portugal .... I don't know how much interest there is over there or how kit cars are treated by the authorities but I see that bids are currently sitting at £2000 .... I'll be watching this one with interest!
    Best of luck Nuno!
    Alistair

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    Still sitting at 2k. The pattern seems to be that once the initial bids have gone in (i.e. now) there is no further activity until someone comes in with a late bid in the last ~20mins of the auction.
    Lets hope these are genuine bids and the sale goes through.

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    Hi all,

    Indeed seems like the bids were sadly from scam accounts and I've removed them.

    Kind Regards,
    Nuno Xavier
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    Hi Nuno,
    Sorry to hear that - How did you establish that the bidding accounts belonged to scammers?
    I hope you get some genuine interest in the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve View Post
    Hi Nuno,
    Sorry to hear that - How did you establish that the bidding accounts belonged to scammers?
    I hope you get some genuine interest in the car.
    I didn't notice you could see the bidder's profile at first, so when i clicked on their profiles, they had reviews flagging them as scram / ebay faker etc, and then only noticed the small "cancel bids" text earlier today.

    Anyways lets see how it goes.
    1971 Mini 1275 GT (see photos)

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    Really sorry to hear that Nuno. I wish those idiots would spend their time doing something positive rather than stuff like this.

    What about 'Saint' (ie Stuart from Carlisle) who replied to your post in 'for sale' in the forum? He seems keen to get a project.

    Best of luck!

    Alistair

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueNova View Post
    Really sorry to hear that Nuno. I wish those idiots would spend their time doing something positive rather than stuff like this.

    What about 'Saint' (ie Stuart from Carlisle) who replied to your post in 'for sale' in the forum? He seems keen to get a project.

    Best of luck!

    Alistair
    Sent him an email a couple of days ago without response thus far, though seems like there's someone else interested already so will see how it goes. Will put up for auction again if needed though

    Nuno
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