View Full Version : Pilgrim Sumo for Sale

14-11-13, 08:42 PM
Mk3 Pilgrim Sumo in black gel coat with ford Sierra running gear, Engine rebuilt Rover3.5 V8 with less than 7000 miles.
Full years MOT 6 months tax.

Car is at Hayes near Heathrow

£10,000 no offers please

Please message me with your email address and I will send details and photo's

thanks for looking

15-11-13, 12:08 PM
That.... is priced to sell!
Personally I would have started at at least £13k.

Lloyd Barnes
15-11-13, 01:07 PM
Jeff, hope you dont mind me saying I agree with Kev. I think you're giving it away at that. With a V8, (and from your avatar what looks like paint and a set of sidepipes) its surely worth £15k? :-)

Even thats at the entry level to the cobra world and I suspect it would sell quickly.

All the people looking to buy cobras are right now making dolls of me and Kev to stick pins in!!!! :-D

15-11-13, 02:21 PM
I'm with them, that is defiantly under priced.

15-11-13, 02:25 PM
Yes, pls send over some images

15-11-13, 02:49 PM
Any one who is after an entry level Cobra will be mad not to rip his arm off as well at that price even if it needs a bit of work it's cheap.

15-11-13, 04:40 PM
Wow, even accepting the pressured sale timescales, a friend sold his (painted) black mk3 with stripes, sidepipes and 3.5 rv8 for £14.5k at the end of the summer, and I thought that was cheap...


15-11-13, 06:55 PM
Car is in gel coat and really is priced to sell. I built it to drive rather than show so could do with engine dress up and wet weather gear if that's your thing LOL. Northing wrong with the car even just fitted a recon gearbox, track rod ends and new battery, would make a great winter project or just drive as is. I also have a set of second hand nudge bars that will clean up quiet well that go with the car.

corn plaster
16-11-13, 09:54 PM
That is a seriously cheap car.
Should sell no problems at that price. Shame you need to sell but life dictates sometimes .
Good luck.


17-11-13, 09:39 AM
Jeff, it's been a while, hope you are well. Good luck with selling the car.

17-11-13, 11:38 AM
Jeff, it's been a while, hope you are well. Good luck with selling the car.

Yes has been a while how are you , I have a gent coming to have a look today hopefully he will like it, fingers crossed

17-11-13, 11:43 AM
Jeff, sorry to hear your situation, I'm sure the car will sell to the 1st serious buyer
All the best, Tony

17-11-13, 02:00 PM
[QUOTE=legend;484541]Jeff, sorry to hear your situation, I'm sure the car will sell to the 1st serious buyer
All the best, Tony[/QUOTE

Hi Tony thanks mate

17-11-13, 03:50 PM
Had a visitor today a nice guy called Paul and sale has been agreed, Paul will collect the car later this week, very mixed emotions pleased that he car is going and to a guy who is going to take it forward and gutted my baby is going.

The good news my wife has said once we are settled in Devon I can buy a small fishing boat, can you fit side pipes to an outboard motor.

17-11-13, 07:27 PM
dunno but you can fit a V8!

17-11-13, 08:50 PM
someone's got themselves a bargain I think...

18-11-13, 01:50 PM
V8 powered pontoon boats! The first vid is a 600hp big block and the second is a 300hp small block! (http://www.mileanhour.com/post/V8-powered-pontoon-boats-The-first-vid-is-a-600hp-big-block-and-the-second-is-a-300hp-small-block.aspx)

22-11-13, 09:16 AM
My Garage is very empty, Paul collected the car yesterday and found out how cold a cobra can be on a long journey this time of year but he arrived home safe.

I will still pop in and read all that's going on in the cobra world but would like to thank all you guys that have helped me with advice and laughs over the last 10 years, God Bless you all