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Re: Classic for under £10K-what would be nice?

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Oh yes please...I could absolutely see that in my driveway.

Never had a shot of a 126, which I think is a bit of a glaring omission...

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This week on Friday amongst the lots at the South West Vehicle Auctions Classic Sale at Poole is this litttle French number....with the tartan trim seats!

https://www.swva.co.uk/classic-car/renault-4-gt-l-1986/

Quite a lot of classic auctions going on, I do like a bit scan through the catalogues and results, but haven't taken the plunge and bought anything as yet!

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This might appeal to some for a bit of summer motoring...grey two tone, French innards what's not to like :-D

http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C862210

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:This might appeal to some for a bit of summer motoring...grey two tone, French innards what's not to like :-D

http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C862210


It will appeal greatly to one person on here for sure ;)

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I've already got one!

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Upcoming Classic Auction listings

Friday 28th April 2017 South West Vehicle Auctions Poole
Wednesday 17th May 2017 Brightwells Leominster
Saturday 20th May 2017 Morris Leslie Errol nr Perth

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Some interesting cars in the Poole one... A nice looking Rover P6 and a CX will be worth keeping an eye on...

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..And the Pug 302, Citroen SM and the gorgeous little R4....

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I used to be a regular buyer/seller at the Leominster Brightwell's auction, just been looking at their online bidding set up, it's better and gives more information than we used to get on site.

Select a picture, I looked at a 2008 C5 automatic, and it gives a series of all round and interior photos and an engineer's check list of the car's condition.

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:Upcoming Classic Auction listings

Friday 28th April 2017 South West Vehicle Auctions Poole
Wednesday 17th May 2017 Brightwells Leominster
Saturday 20th May 2017 Morris Leslie Errol nr Perth

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Another one to add to the list from Norfolk

Saturday 29th April 2017 East Anglia Motor Auctions

More interest in the bikes....Nice yellow Honda 400/4. A cyclemaster,
And a token lot of bikes that include a moulton.

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I used to dream of owning a 400/4 when I was a teenager... Still a staggeringly good looking bike today :)

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I rebuilt one once Jim. A bit of a pain to say the least. The wiring was interesting with wires changing colour half way to there destination! I've not seen that before.

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I've always lusted after and will probably own one day, a Velosolex. I think they are brilliant and there is quite a cottage industry evolved regarding spares. Another French oddity. :-)

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demag wrote:The wiring was interesting with wires changing colour half way to there destination!


Sounds awfully French :lol:
demag wrote:I've always lusted after and will probably own one day, a Velosolex.
Now that is very French :D

I started off my motorised two-wheel career with an NSU Quickly... Would love one again too!

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Now you're talking Jim! ;-)

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