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post #31 of 39
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Originally Posted by mm84321 View Post
A friend's dad has an old blue and white colored one.

Does he want to sell it? Is he in the US?
post #32 of 39
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Does he want to sell it? Is he in the US?
He's in CT. I will ask for you, although I'm not sure he's looking to part with it. I'll find out the exact year as well.
post #33 of 39
So if I wait two years will my 93 Sentra SE-R qualify?
post #34 of 39
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Originally Posted by pat pearson View Post
Here is my contribution.

1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1. British Racing Green with all black hydes. 35000 original miles.


Very nice! Though the coupe was an afterthought, I really prefer the looks of that to the OTS; I think I'd even take a 2+2 over the convertible. Aside from that requirement, I'll just need mine to NOT be Old English White or Primrose Yellow.

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That's some find. I'd love to restore a classic car with my son someday (if I have a son, that is).

I'm ashamed to say I fell for that one when I had my Rolls-Royce. Some kids in the next car at a light honked and rolled down their window, and completely forgetting the "Wayne's World" scene and the old commercial, I rolled mine down to see what they wanted.
post #35 of 39
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My Uncle has a garage filled with a collection of somewhere around 15. A few have never been in the rain. Some of my favorites are his 59' Cadillac and his Yenko/COPO Camaros.

That Yenko/COPO is the holy grail for GM lovers - probably worth over $300,000. Sweet What color?
post #36 of 39
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
There's 3 Miura P400S' for sale on Yahoo! JP used cars right now, but you know SV's don't exactly come cheap. I think you could expect to spend $500K on a 'common' Miura, easily.

(the silver Miura is sex)
http://ucar.autos.yahoo.co.jp/search/LGS999/

I really like the Islero, actually. Something about those front fenders. If you've ever seen the Beatles rooftop video for 'Don't Let Me Down' there's a red Islero parked on the street that you see a few times, and a series 1 E-type as well.

LM002 is my dream car.
post #37 of 39
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Anyone know where I can buy a vintage Lambretta scooter?

Check here:
http://scoot.net/classifieds/

I have a '63 Vespa 150GL in my garage waiting to be restore.

Of the five classic cars I have, I'll likely hang on to the '68 300SEL 6.3.
post #38 of 39
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Check here:
http://scoot.net/classifieds/

I have a '63 Vespa 150GL in my garage waoiting to be restore.

Of the five classic cars I have, I'll likely hang on to the '68 300SEL 6.3.

With the pneumatic suspension? My dad had one (a '72, I think) for a while and loved it. That's quite a rare bird!
post #39 of 39
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Problem is I cannot seem to sell any of my current cars. Market is shit. Cannot buy without selling something first.

Can you speak more about this?
When did it start? 07, 08, 09, 10, 11?
Any particular segments hit harder or less than others? etc
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