Nope, I sold it last year. He then sold it to a guy and its come back to the market again. Really the car has to go to a collector, its just too good to use.
Nah, I just threw a bucket of water over it, cleared all the fault codes and hand wrote a note saying "Dun sum wrk, cost 6 bags" and then gave it to my friend for him to sell...Interested to know what cost you £6k mate? Did it have a fair bit of paint?
Or was it just a pollen filter at Mark Fish? (Jokes )
guenuine anthusiats don't sell their carI'm back here after quite a few years as I'm maybe on the hunt for a Trophy again. I came across this thread and couldn't help but add my tuppence worth as a potential buyer.
I got wind of this car through social media and started following the seller. They sell "modern classics" - how I hate that term - and seem to specialise in investing in cars. Interestingly it was on their own website briefly but has now been taken down. Nothing to say it's been sold as per other ads on the site.
Not only is it a bonkers price, but I find it really irritating that these companies do this. It will hang around for ages until someone daft enough to buy it at that price comes along, at which point the going rate will shoot up. It will get locked in a garage while genuine enthusiasts get priced out the market.