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    car for sale

    when is the best time to advertise car now or spring as car sorned
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    Definitely spring I would say....more people will be looking for a nice car for the good weather

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    I have a mate who is looking at present if you want to give me some details, photos, spec, price etc I can pass it on for you
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    [QUOTE=KugaWestie;592002]I have a mate who is looking at present if you want to give me some details, photos, spec, price etc I can pass it on for you[/QUOTEDax chevy 383 stroker, ltd slip ,475 bhp fuel inj, 18 in wheels hallibrand reps ,hard top heated rear xcreen ,stainless engine bay ,smiths period clocks ,Dave brooks built ,leather int , stainless dash , fuel inj with throttle boddies and downdrafter inlet manifold, 5 speed tremec, sat nav , camera aware , stolen car tracker , dash cam , de deion suspension , quick lift jack, stainless exhausts and roll bars , twin , lots more too much to mention was looking 48k but open to seseble offer Dave
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    Mines for sale too !
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    [QUOTE=britbits;592004]
    Quote Originally Posted by KugaWestie View Post
    I have a mate who is looking at present if you want to give me some details, photos, spec, price etc I can pass it on for you[/QUOTEDax chevy 383 stroker, ltd slip ,475 bhp fuel inj, 18 in wheels hallibrand reps ,hard top heated rear xcreen ,stainless engine bay ,smiths period clocks ,Dave brooks built ,leather int , stainless dash , fuel inj with throttle boddies and downdrafter inlet manifold, 5 speed tremec, sat nav , camera aware , stolen car tracker , dash cam , de deion suspension , quick lift jack, stainless exhausts and roll bars , twin , lots more too much to mention was looking 48k but open to seseble offer Dave
    That's probably above his budget to be honest
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    Quote Originally Posted by britbits View Post
    when is the best time to advertise car now or spring as car sorned
    At the risk of sounding like a troll (which I am not); at that price; maybe 2055?

    Sorry I couldn't help it! Seriously? 48k for a Dax?

    I'm off now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pondrew View Post
    At the risk of sounding like a troll (which I am not); at that price; maybe 2055?

    Sorry I couldn't help it! Seriously? 48k for a Dax?

    I'm off now.
    Have you looked at the new build prices from the other manufacturers for a car to this spec.?
    ..... You'd need to find at least another £30k
    Kind of makes it a bit of a bargain really.
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    This DAX is well known to many in the region (and further afield). Great looking car, very high spec and well put together. Easily worth the asking price IMHO. It might be worth posting a few pictures up here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Have you looked at the new build prices from the other manufacturers for a car to this spec.?
    ..... You'd need to find at least another £30k
    Kind of makes it a bit of a bargain really. ������
    I don't know the spec and I don't know the car, but that is immaterial. It is still a used Dax. If there are really people out there who will spend close to £80k on a "recreation" (ie kit car) then good luck to them, they must have more money than sense.

    Problem I have is that for £45k ish you can go and buy pretty much ANY secondhand (manufactured) car you choose, or a genuine "classic", that's value is still rising.

    Don't get me wrong; I want a Cobra, desperately. Just not, obviously, desperately enough.

    Also it has to overpriced, as kevinW hasn't piped up with "underpriced IMHO"
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