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Very tidy '75 3500 offered by dealer Graeme Hunt

Discussion in 'Cars Spotted' started by mrtask, Nov 7, 2017.

  1. mrtask

    mrtask Well-Known Member

  2. harveyp6

    harveyp6 Well-Known Member

  3. mrtask

    mrtask Well-Known Member

    :(:rolleyes::oops: Ooops! My wife likes to call me a "'tard", which I think is being a bit mean.
    I laughed at the comment about "added Mews tax", and I admit to having failed to come up with a suitable pun to rhyme with the vendors name.
     
  4. PeterZRH

    PeterZRH Well-Known Member

    Some people seem to get a bit animated about this on Facebook. Not sure I understand why. It's not as if there isn't plenty of choice at the lower end of the market. If a wealthy buyer wants a toy for his collection and it raises the profile of the car, then why not? You could say "fool and his money" but there are people who value time differently and commissioning and building a car like this might not be interesting or viable to them. It's clearly going to cost you £20K or more of that price to get done professionally to that standard anyway and that's after you've found a 14k mile car in the first place.

    It also reminds me how limited the P6 colour palette was. The shape takes so well to many colours. It's highly tempting to apply a custom colour but to me it tends to distract you from how good the car is.
     
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  5. quattro

    quattro Well-Known Member

    People get a bit animated about a lot of things on Facebook.
     
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  6. rockdemon

    rockdemon Administrator Staff Member

    From what I've been told it's not as good as it should be. It even has some visible rust apparently ....
     
  7. classicalgreen

    classicalgreen Active Member

    should have shown it at NEC there was another rover there asking silly money too. note the normal issue here under bonnet respray is hi gloss black. rovers a star as i am aware only ever used satin black. I did check out a few rovers when at NEC show . ( rover owners club stand) which also had one car with high gloss ..and one with satin.
    though I admit for a car where we want to hi gloss. chrome, polish everything etc that does have a more marked affect eye. for a true look though the satin is the real deal.
     

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