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    New un on ebay

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VW-NOVA-K...0AAOSwPzhgK7Mu
    cheap as chips this one but too far away for me

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    ***Euro-Nova Supporter*** BlueNova's Avatar
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    Looks very like the one that was sold by a deceased person’s estate last year and then turned up on eBay very shorty afterwards. Looks like a good basis for a full project .... assuming of course that it’s got a V5!!

    PS .... Just looked back through my files and it sold after 5 bids on 25 Sept 2020 for £1950 and it doesn't look like anything much has been done to it since then. The advert at that time stated "It has a reg no and chassis number so V5 is easy to apply for". Presumably the current owner has had time to get a V5?
    Last edited by BlueNova; 16-02-2021 at 05:13 PM. Reason: PS added

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueNova View Post
    Looks very like the one that was sold by a deceased personís estate last year and then turned up on eBay very shorty afterwards. Looks like a good basis for a full project .... assuming of course that itís got a V5!!
    It also sounds like a very good project for someone who has the facilities

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    It mentions a good screen but no sign of it in the photos. Even without a screen it's a good price.

    Built 1980 so MK1 derivative (early Elam model maybe)?
    Last edited by Phill; 16-02-2021 at 08:02 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill View Post
    It mentions a good screen but no sign of it in the photos. Even without a screen it's a good price.
    Phill, I've got a copy of the photos from the last time it was on ebay and the screen was in place at that time. It's difficult to make out how good the screen was from the photos

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    not really hacked about so a great starting point. I do like the paint colour, much more towards what I intended for my blue Nova to be, but it didn't end up that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill View Post
    It mentions a good screen but no sign of it in the photos. Even without a screen it's a good price.

    Built 1980 so MK1 derivative (early Elam model maybe)?
    I would think so. I can see the Smiths Mini-Pack in the usual place on the offside rear inside wheelarch panel, although it sounds like the rear light panel is missing, which is a pity. Interesting chassis mods, with the extended floorpan drop on the drivers side, but more importantly, Rover SD1 instrument cluster, get in

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