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    Crendon at THT

    Good god. That's a price!

    http://m.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C718875

    Wish he'd proof read his ads. WTF is "cold drain tube"?
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    Nice looking car. If it were me I would have changed those blue silicone hoses before advertising. It's meant to be an authentic looking car.

    I wonder what it will actually sell for though. The £55k after all is only an asking price.

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    Agreed. A punchy price for a 351 too.

    Quite a few bits that aren't ideal but I'm sure it'll be a nice car.

    It'll be very interesting to see if it sells. Many of the £50k plus cars are still sat on the market many months later as we all well know. good news for values though (unless you are a buyer....) if it does sell

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    nice scoop.. is that a standard crendon item?

    Quite fancy that for mine.. although I suspect by reputation that John wont sell bits to non crendons!

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    I suspect it is. It looks the same as mine had. I think you are right about Mr Kerr though. He's possibly going to reserve them for his "babies"

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    That's if he does anymore. They could just end up being ornaments

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapped View Post
    Good god. That's a price!

    http://m.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C718875

    Wish he'd proof read his ads. WTF is "cold drain tube"?
    It's a Crendon.
    Worth every penny
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    Is it me, or from the side does it look like it been kicked up the Arse? More like a 4x4 from the back!
    Surely not all Crendons look like that?
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    Crendon 44 and I have Crendon 46

    Interested to see what it eventually goes for.
    Crendon No 46 - Southern Automotive 452 cu in BBF & Tremec TKO - Starting with 510Bhp and we'll take it from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian 46 View Post
    Crendon 44 and I have Crendon 46
    Interested to see what it eventually goes for.
    You have same engine mine had then Ian

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