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1970 MEXICO WORLD CUP 1600E

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22 hours ago, Shadow said:

So may I ask what you bought and sold 10H for and when.

obviously you don’t have to share that info.

Yes of course you may Shadow. It was over three decades ago now and I don't do secret's.. (you could find out anyway, I imagine. The car was advertised in the Club magazine) I bought 10H in February 1988 for 2k (££'s) and sold again in July 1990 for approximately 3.5k (££'s). As an aside, I believe the car resold again in or around 1998, for another couple of "k's" on top of that. :wine:

I enjoyed owning the car very much indeed. Though I have to say it was (and I imagine still is) a white 1600E with a lovely and unique history. I did "offer" it to the Haynes motor Museum at Sparkford  https://www.haynesmotormuseum.com/ although nothing came of my two separate approaches.  :wine:

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I'm not too sure I can understand having large amounts of folding tied up in cars. its another heady debate for sure and one that's run and run before and I suspect will again. :wine:

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3 hours ago, Tony Webster said:

I'm not too sure I can understand having large amounts of folding tied up in cars. its another heady debate for sure and one that's run and run before and I suspect will again. :wine:

 

Neither can I, I'd rather drive them than look at them but the fact that prices are on the up does make restoration of the cars more likely.

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