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Just picked up this new mag and there is an article on Savages in there, not read it yet but it might of interest to a few people on here :) 

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Where did you buy it ?

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WH Smiths.

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On 9/4/2021 at 9:58 PM, Lobby said:

WH Smiths.

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i would like to see what the person with the fake MK3 savage had to say,

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Fake! Fake!!!😱😱😱 Surely you mean ringer

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13 hours ago, sheffieldcortinacentre said:

Fake! Fake!!!😱😱😱 Surely you mean ringer

Ringer? I think we need to know more!

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The car was in a serious accident in the late 90's destroying the shell, it then appeared on eBay a few years later as a pile of parts, logbook & an est rolling shell, then  it appeared back as a 2dr "reshelled" ( only legal in a new shell) then started appearing in auctions as fully restored,no expense spared, etc with no mention of reshelled.

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That sounds a bit naughty :angry:

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8 hours ago, sheffieldcortinacentre said:

The car was in a serious accident in the late 90's destroying the shell, it then appeared on eBay a few years later as a pile of parts, logbook & an est rolling shell, then  it appeared back as a 2dr "reshelled" ( only legal in a new shell) then started appearing in auctions as fully restored,no expense spared, etc with no mention of reshelled.

I guess the present owner is unaware of the cars history. 

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I emailed the auction house when it was for sale but obviously they didn't give a toss as long as they got their comission.

Its history is known to a few individuals who have an interest in unusual cars.

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