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    Remember to place red wine in the fridge an hour before serving it.
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    I know nothing about the car, I haven't seen it, and am not involved in the sale.
    But to keep everyone happy....I had no idea my opinions influenced market value.......


    'Clearly underpriced'

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    Early spring is always the best time to sell an open top car.

    I think you will know if you're in the right ball park for pricing by how much interest is shown.

    The price to build has increased in the last two to three years which is good for present owners. Supply and demand is always a price factor. The cobra market is very specialist and your audience will be a lot more limiting compared to a main stream manufacturer. The installed engine option will also affect the final cost and resale value.

    The higher built quality cars are appearing around the 40k bracket Dax, AK, GD, Ram with American V8 engines. Crendon's command their own prices due to their limited availability and quality of engineering.

    I have seen some great quality Pilgrim and Unique Autocraft Python which are stunning. It took me 2 years to find the car I wanted as I was in no rush at the time but ended up with a car I have kept and not got bored with for 23 years!

    Apologise if I have not included your car make.

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    Nice!
    Also I’d be interested in what hood you decide, I’m hoping for paint on mine end of Jan/Feb 20 and keep thinking about hood options (not hard top)...
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    sorry Roy dint mean to start a fight , Happy christmas to you and Carol too ,have a great time ,

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    For those of you who do not know this car then the following speaks for itself. Perhaps Pondrew will have second thoughts! Worth every penny at £47k (permission given by Dave to post the photos)
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    Final photo
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKCharlie View Post
    ..... Worth every penny at £48k
    Corrected for you Charlie. I'm not sure Dave would appreciate you knocking a grand off the asking price.
    Great photos!! Good luck with the sale Dave.

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    Nice looking car with a whole load of extra's and love those down draft carbs. The louvres in the bonnet are a nice touch and not seen those before.

    Any photos of the interior?

    I think that's Charlies commission lol

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    Caught me out there Russ!

    Not got any interior photos but it is spot on like the outside!

    Quote Originally Posted by jon1d View Post
    Nice looking car with a whole load of extra's and love those down draft carbs. The louvres in the bonnet are a nice touch and not seen those before.

    Any photos of the interior?

    I think that's Charlies commission lol
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