Holly mother of God - How much

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I am interested to see how much this goes for at Silvestone auctions next weekend….

15k miles… it’s not a type UK as it infers. Last one that went at Silverstone had 60k miles and went for £152k plus premium…

 

Ewan

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Well, it’s properly ugly and has a cheap plasticky interior. So shall we say a quarter of a million?!
Can‘t remember how long ago you bought yours, but either way, what a great buy. Well done Sir!
 

Zep

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I am interested to see how much this goes for at Silvestone auctions next weekend….

15k miles… it’s not a type UK as it infers. Last one that went at Silverstone had 60k miles and went for £152k plus premium…

The worst bit about this is I was offered one of these for £10k 15 years ago. **** it!
 

Zep

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P1s seem to have crept up to the £40-50k mark so maybe only slightly better ;)
I seriously considered a Guards Red 930 turbo in the mid naughties, so it doesn’t quite make the top end of cars that would have made me a fortune.
 

Oneball

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GeoffCapes

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Wattie

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As a former integrale owner I find the prices crazy - they are good but not that good!
Very surprised MarkMas and others here are failing in their duty to correct poor grammar (schools)
Just as well I’m back.
“Holy”
“Holly Mother Of God” as per thread title.
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Different ends of the religious spectrum.

I know which I would worship.
 
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CatmanV2

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I love the bit about it not being a basket case and not needing big money. Looking at the bubbling in places and knowing who made it that’s going to be a money pit.
Balls of (cheap, recycled Italian) steel required.

So pretty though!
C
 

Bologna

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For the advert, more than £200 k for what is (after all) a 1970s car is a lot of money. They are brillant cars but more than most lambos and Ferrari's, I think not. That is just dream scale money....I wager it will sit there for months
 

Bologna

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It's a landmark car in incredible condition, if I was a rich collector with space I'd pay that. and I'd bet in another 20 years it will be worth double.
Not necessarily. A lot is dependent on ecomomic factors and fashion