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Looking at that post bobins, I reckon that was the sale we watched tonight because it was summery with no Covid issues!

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Hell Razor5543 wrote:
23 Oct 2020, 19:47
Shown on "Bangers and Cash" yesterday (new series) .....

The first episode will be repeated tonight on "Yesterday" at 21:00. There was also a cream Triumph Dolomite (still with the 'new car' smell and the polythene on the door cards) with 2,323 miles on the clock.
Thanks James I didn't know series 3 had kicked off :-D

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We had a Dolomite 1850HL in British Racing Green, with gold coachlines, and matt black between the rear light clusters. The outside may have been lovely, but the yellow-biscuit cloth interior could have been better.

Quite fun, after it had been "sorted", which included electronic ignition, a Kenlowe fan, Goffy s/s exhaust (their very first for one of these), taming of the nodding twin carbs, a new radiator, and much swearing at a sluggish overdrive solenoid.
PAP400R she was, and a decent stablemate for our 3500S . . . until, that is we discovered BX, when life changed forever!

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mickthemaverick wrote:
23 Oct 2020, 19:59
Looking at that post bobins, I reckon that was the sale we watched tonight because it was summery with no Covid issues!

Sold at Mathewsons on 6th July 2019 for £13,223

Glenmarch "Sprints"
https://www.glenmarch.com/cars/results? ... old_cars=1

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Presumably that's the total price including VAT, sellers premium (plus VAT), buyers premium (plus VAT), storage fee (plus VAT), wear and tear on the hammer (plus VAT), payment fee (plus VAT), hire of Thornton-le-Dale's village hall (plus VAT), and anything else that can be loaded onto the sale price (plus VAT) ?
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Do you know if the Glenmarch prices include the buyers commission Neil? :)

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Yes, I think so, would have to check it back from one of the auctions I watched live and tracked the hammer price to work it through to their list.

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
26 Sep 2020, 11:17
£8,500 bought the rusty Citroen HY VanImage
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Historics Auctioneers
Hammer Price £8,500 Glenmarch Price on the list for that was £9,500
Equates roughtly to £8,500 with, commission(plus vat) on top. (sb £9,520) by my calc.

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Buyers commission

"It is a condition of the contract for the sale of the Lot to You that You pay to the Auctioneer the Buyer's Commission which is a sum equal to 10% of the Purchase Price [plus VAT] (20% for automobilia) and which represents part of the consideration due to the Auctioneer for the Auctioneer's facilitation of the sale of the Lot."

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Then the Glenmarch figure and James' belief make sense to me!! Well done Neil! :)

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Mirrors on the wings on his, presumably it was earlier.

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Peter.N. wrote:
23 Oct 2020, 23:33
Mirrors on the wings on his, presumably it was earlier.
Peter
Columbo's Peugeot I presume Peter!
Brightwells Catalogue for their November sale on-line now
https://www.brightwellslive.com/timedau ... index/5052
This one caught my eye straight away Lot 27.
I've seen better looking Lancia Gamma Coupes than this, but they don't come up very often.
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Colombo's car was a 1959 model!

Is that gamma an auto Neil?

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mickthemaverick wrote:
24 Oct 2020, 10:48
Colombo's car was a 1959 model!

Is that gamma an auto Neil?
Three pedals and a stick shift Mick :-D

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Glad about that......not sure I could have lived with that interior :| :|

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Post number 89098 on the OTCL

I'll give you a virtual choice of 3 citroens or the Mystery car all available to bid on at ACA's upcoming auction.
Which one would you choose :?:


The 3 Citroens
Spoiler: show
https://angliacarauctions.co.uk/classic ... ?q=citroen
The Mystery Car
Spoiler: show
https://angliacarauctions.co.uk/classic ... panel-van/
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