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    wowwwww she is a beaty....not ebay but FB ,,,,Check it out

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/Skit...4137302832454/

    stunning car.....

    Beauty....not Beaty.....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by glasgowgolfer View Post
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/Skit...4137302832454/

    stunning car.....

    Beauty....not Beaty.....lol
    Itís my old car .....

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    nice...

    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Itís my old car .....
    you did an awesome job.....hes asking £18000

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    Quote Originally Posted by glasgowgolfer View Post
    you did an awesome job.....hes asking £18000


    Love the car, the price however?
    Scarey

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    IMHO the guy's not interested in Novas .... he just wants to make a quick profit.

    His adverts states "losing my garage to store her in and would be a shame to let her go to ruin" but then goes on to say "open to swop anything American"

    Clearly he won't be able to store an American car in a garage, and I reckon a Nova's fibreglass body would survive being outside for a bit longer than a metal American car .... or am I missing something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaisa View Post


    Love the car, the price however?
    Scarey

    I wouldn't say it was overpriced.. If a top-end Mk1 or Mk2 Ford Escort can be sold for the thick end of 100k, then why shouldn't a top-end Nova go for the thick end of 20k?

    The car is beautiful, road going examples are rare.
    If you cost-out the parts, and factor-in the Labour needed to build it, 1000 hours @£5 per hour (sorry Mark). You'll get to a number > 20k.

    So that kind of money seems reasonable enough to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueNova View Post
    IMHO the guy's not interested in Novas .... he just wants to make a quick profit.

    His adverts states "losing my garage to store her in and would be a shame to let her go to ruin" but then goes on to say "open to swop anything American"

    Clearly he won't be able to store an American car in a garage, and I reckon a Nova's fibreglass body would survive being outside for a bit longer than a metal American car .... or am I missing something?
    Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve View Post
    I wouldn't say it was overpriced.. If a top-end Mk1 or Mk2 Ford Escort can be sold for the thick end of 100k, then why shouldn't a top-end Nova go for the thick end of 20k?

    The car is beautiful, road going examples are rare.
    If you cost-out the parts, and factor-in the Labour needed to build it, 1000 hours @£5 per hour (sorry Mark). You'll get to a number > 20k.

    So that kind of money seems reasonable enough to me.
    Agreed

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    Please respect the current seller and myself on the comments which may or may not be said.
    When I sold the car there were many discussions on one thread which I asked Dan to remove as it was not fair on the car itself.
    My car is worth what anyone wants to pay for it. It is up for sale again, but I am already being contacted about the history and price I sold etc.
    Please respect what the current owner is doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve View Post
    I wouldn't say it was overpriced.. If a top-end Mk1 or Mk2 Ford Escort can be sold for the thick end of 100k, then why shouldn't a top-end Nova go for the thick end of 20k?

    The car is beautiful, road going examples are rare.
    If you cost-out the parts, and factor-in the Labour needed to build it, 1000 hours @£5 per hour (sorry Mark). You'll get to a number > 20k.

    So that kind of money seems reasonable enough to me.
    I did offer my very nice 1974 MK1 escort as a swap but he said he was looking for something American
    Worth a punt I thought.

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