3500s for sale in Victoria

#2
click the "listing" highlighted writing and it will take you there (at top of page)

looks like someone bought themselves a wonderful project, hope they join here and we can watch its restoration progress?
Peter
 
#3
Hi Peter,
Not sure if it actually sold as there is no bidding history with the item.
I was ever so slightly tempted to go and have a look as it was only 45 mins from me but I already have enough to keep me busy with my current one.
Paul.
 
#4
Hi Peter,
Not sure if it actually sold as there is no bidding history with the item.
I was ever so slightly tempted to go and have a look as it was only 45 mins from me but I already have enough to keep me busy with my current one.
Paul.
Its a pity that you didn't! one can never have to many cars in the shed, you just have to keep adding to your shed roof, skillion style down the paddock ...yooo hooo! :)
Peter
 
#5
Peter, Unfortunately I have no shed:(
I like to think that working on the car on the drive in the cold wet Victorian winter is character building, but I suspect not, especially when the rain is coming in sideways!
 
#6
hi there south gippy,
sorry to hear that you are shed-less in the depths of a Victorian winter, I hate snow and the cold so would not venture that far south at this time of the year.
A glimmer of hope is that spring is coming , keeping that in mind it might be cold and wet too, but we Roverites are made of tough stuff , so dont give up, the only way
is forward, a zig zag path , but moving in that direction----------------------------------->:)
Peter
 
#7
An extra thought:

I suspect that a beach umbrella is not large enough for repairs, need a car cocoon with warm air piped in ? seen them for long term storage solutions, made of clear plastic...:)
Peter
 
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