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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    Maybe someone didn't read, "So you want to build a kit car". Hmmmm.
    COVID-19 happened and I don't have an indoor garage, so I was paying for garage space and storage. I simply couldn't afford it in the end with work nearly laying me off.

    There we also decisions I made financially that could have been done differently, but its uncertain times right now.
    Last edited by Red_Vodka; 11-01-2021 at 07:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    i THOUGHT HE WAS QUITE CLEAR AS TO WHY HE IS SELLING, If everyone read that, or similar articles, there would be less heartaches. One does not need to know the circumstances, only the sad outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    I am also getting there where enough is enough and I need to 'de-clutter' am seriously considering selling the SS, it seems impossible to get it legal in Spain and as no one would buy it as a track day car I will probably have to break it.
    There was a time when you were thinking of selling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett View Post
    There was a time when you were thinking of selling


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red_Vodka View Post
    Hey guys, long time no see.

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    The car itself comes with a completed shell, windscreen, dual oil cooler, 2.3 high performance turnkey engine that needs to only be installed. Reconditioned high performance gearbox, wheels so it does roll, Roof canopy still works. All lines are braided steel.

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    *SOLD*
    *SOLD*
    *SOLD*
    Well done Tobias! Hopefully you'll be able to get another Nova one day when circumstances improve. Could you possibly encourage the new owner to join the Forum (if they're not already a member).

    All the best, Alistair

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    Touché, But that was bureaucracy changing, not me. I will finish it and be road going, again, but if I can legally drive it is another matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    Touché, But that was bureaucracy changing, not me. I will finish it and be road going, again, but if I can legally drive it is another matter.
    Does anyone ever "finish" one of these projects? Hopefully not! I really did "finish" one project car, thankfully just one, my first, a Mk1 Ford Fiesta rebuilt write off. I saw the clock go over 100k, did 80k+ of those miles in it myself, very sadly the next owner was the scrapper. I waxoiled it to death, but it just rotted at the seams, 20 years of standing outside. The 2nd engine was still good. The first engine threw a ring and holed a piston leaving a very deep groove in the bore.

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