Any Trophy’s for sale around £7000?



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Soudns like a realistic budget in the climate.

Few will be advertised for that I would imagine. But hard cash always talks.

Good luck with your search.
 
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Good ad, I like it. It’s all you need really. £7k offer for a 13 yr old French motor sounds a tempting sale. I reckon you might just succeed
 
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Find one without the front shocks (so it’ll be cheap) and join the group buy for a new pair... job done!


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That's great idea,wish I had thought of that...:wink:
 
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Interesting history to that one.. it’s been a proper track car in the past so not surprised the seller has spent a minor fortune getting into shape.
 
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I suppose it depends what you’re after. Ideal for someone looking for a track car, not so much if you’re not.

Initially bought mine for the track but ended up with one that’s “too nice to track”! I sometimes wonder if I bought one a little rough around the edges I’d use it more.


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Hopefully the OP has puchased the car in Nottingham otherwise sorry to hijack.

I am also looking at the same price level, something that needs a little work and I can take to the track. I don't like polishing cars too much.

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I have a deadline and will go for a 182 Cup or a 197 F1/Cup if nothing turns up.
But I am 6'4" and hope the Trophy is a better driving position than a standard 182 Cup?
 
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its marginal and tbh recaros are regarded as worse support for track work than 182 seats so you would be better buying a bucket anway and slaming it to the floor. There is a lad on the cliosport who sells a very low adaptor for the recaro seats in a trophy. which would help.. if you look at my ownership period on my old trophy 120 you can see when i had them.

Just saying if track works your end game then saving £4k plus on an almost like for like car. sticking coilovers on and some other toys would be a cheaper option. Not trying to put you off as clearly we all thin T's are ace.
 
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Interested to know if anyone 6'4" is driving a Trophy and has tried other Clios?

I found the standard 182 tight but fit in a 197 no problem.
 


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