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Gene
09-06-11, 06:20 PM
Hello all, i thought i would post this car for sale here first, okay the car is a 1977 Pilgrim Cobra, it has a 3LTR V6 Granada Engine ( bored out to 3.5 ) Converted to Unleaded, Galvanised Steel Chassis, Dual Cooling Fans, 5 Speed Gearbox ( spare 4 Speed), Twin Exhaust Pipes, Full wet Weather Gear, Original Black Number Plates, Stereo ( 4 speakers ), Halibut Wheels With Tri Star Lock Spinners, 2 immobilizers, Twin Spotlights ( behind the front grill ), unsure at this moment on the milage but i do know 11000 miles in the last 11 years.
The Car has MOT until march 2012 and TAX until September 2011
Price is 14000 ono,
P.M. me and i'll give you my phone number,
not my car selling for a friend, any questions will be answered in a day or so, please feel free to ask.
here are some pictures.
i can take more and could make a video so you could hear and see a bit better, thanks, Dean.
http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww5/ZOM8IE/DSC00111-1.jpg
http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww5/ZOM8IE/DSC00115-1.jpg
http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww5/ZOM8IE/DSC00121.jpg
http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww5/ZOM8IE/DSC00122.jpg
http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww5/ZOM8IE/DSC00125.jpg
http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww5/ZOM8IE/DSC00132.jpg
http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww5/ZOM8IE/DSC00127.jpg
http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww5/ZOM8IE/DSC00117-1.jpg
okay i can only post 8 pictures if you want more i can Email them to you, thanks.

Purple AK
09-06-11, 06:52 PM
Price?? BTW just so that no ones under any misunderstanding! AFAIK the most you can bore an Essex block to is 3161cc! And an engine of that spec would need a shed load of other mods to hold it all together. HTH

kdavies3
09-06-11, 06:53 PM
14K Chris it's in the write up.

Purple AK
09-06-11, 06:58 PM
14K Chris it's in the write up.
So it is :neutral: I was more interested in how someone had found the extra 339cc that Ford Motorsport could never find ;)

Gene
09-06-11, 07:02 PM
hhmmm i'm not sure about this but i will be asking him exactly what he had done again, i don't want to be wrong, and you guys seem to know your stuff, ( i think i posted in the right place lol) i will confirm all the details for you all. Dean.

TonyD
09-06-11, 08:20 PM
£14k for a car with Halibut wheels, you've got to be codding. At first I thought I was herring things but then the car has been in the hands of a good tuna.

Cheers,

Tony

tonym
09-06-11, 08:42 PM
£14k for a car with Halibut wheels, you've got to be codding. At first I thought I was herring things but then the car has been in the hands of a good tuna.

Cheers,

Tony

Pollocks :p

Gene
09-06-11, 08:48 PM
okay, if i get what's being said, is the asking price of 14000 a bit high? because it is offers lol, i will see if i can iron out this issue with the cc, if somebody wan'ts to give their valuation please do, thanks, Dean

TonyD
09-06-11, 08:55 PM
okay, if i get what's being said, is the asking price of 14000 a bit high? because it is offers lol, i will see if i can iron out this issue with the cc, if somebody wan'ts to give their valuation please do, thanks, Dean

Sorry Gene, its my childish sense of humour.

The wheels are Halibrand not Halibut..........

Cheers,

Tony

Gene
09-06-11, 09:11 PM
lol i'll bet that was funny, i'm even laughing at that, lolololol nice.
so is the car fairly priced? i'm sure your the guys to ask?

Gene
09-06-11, 09:38 PM
P.S. the car is situated just outside Stafford, midlands.

dolphinboy400
09-06-11, 11:45 PM
i think you will do well to get 14k but ya never know :) Best place to get some idea is search places like pistonheads for sumo's with v6 engines. good luck with your sale.

KevinW
10-06-11, 01:10 AM
fairly priced? - depends how long you want to wait to sell it.
I got a little less than that in July09 for my car, which dare I say it was higher specced than that. (Pics of green sumo in my gallery). On reflection I might have got a little moe with better haggllng and some more waiting around.

Highlander
10-06-11, 03:01 PM
For cod's sake tony, give the guy a hake, eel only get upset!!


£14k for a car with Halibut wheels, you've got to be codding. At first I thought I was herring things but then the car has been in the hands of a good tuna.

Cheers,

Tony

Gene
17-06-11, 05:05 PM
lol, pretty funny Guys, okay, the Rebore point made the owner has said that he had the engine rebored but isn't sure where to, so it probably wasn't much, and i have a price adjustment..
The New Price is 12,500
Thanks Dean.

Gene
22-06-11, 11:43 PM
SOLD subject to Collection, thanks for all the help peeps