MC Stradale Centennial- good price?

todea20

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Could be a damaged car but not recorded and someone had the 4 seater bonnet?Will they put the bonnet as extra options on the spec list?If there's no evidence regarding the bonnet from the new then....
 
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Just had a look at current MC Strad market, so here are some stats:

Ignoring the Cat D car at £52K, there are 10 MC Strads for sale on PH and AT. Asking prices go from £55K to £70k, with mileages from 50k at the highest to 14K at the lowest. There are 3 colour choices - white, grey or black. As for locations - 1 in N.Ireland, 1 in Dorset, 1 in Hampshire, 1 in Essex, and all the other 6 are in Yorkshire. 3 have 2 seats, 7 have 4.

The upshot of this is that, as a guide to price, mid/high fifties buys a 2 seat, while low/mid sixties buys a newer 4 seat. So the price spread is narrow, given the 4 year difference in age.

The "average" car has done 25k miles and is £62k.

But still, unfortunately, there are none for sale in blue (or red, yellow, etc.)
 
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Why not buy one based on mileage and spec/price wise and do a wrap?Would cost around 2-3k but you can do it any colour and you also protect the paint! So no worries when you take it to famous hand wash car:)
 
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Only seen others in yellow....one two seater and one 4 seater, med blue X 2, MC victory blue X 1 and a silver one in Europe. Then there are the three special centenary colours but most are black, dark grey and white.... Would have loved one in Rosso.
 
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Saw that yesterday....Not seen a black one with the decals....Aquired taste but I like them...... Thinking maybe it's the wrong side of 50k for a cat car maybe....Not sure as its a weird market for these. The blue one that was for sale looked over priced yet sold quickly and there are a few that have been for sale for ages that seem a better price.