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Offline mondi

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http://www.drive.com.au/used-cars/LOTUS/ESPRIT/Melbourne/detail.aspx?id=13618825&lid=13618825&pg=1&pp=0&d=0&SG=-220894108&pt=1

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Fantastic opportunity to get into this great classic car. Off the road but completely reconditioned EVERYTHING. Engine needs to be put back together but otherwise in almost brand new condition. Must say a sad farewell.


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$19,500 ONO * (see footnote)
2D COUPE, 1985
Kilometres 30,000
Engine size 2.2 L
Colour Arctic white
Location Melbourne





Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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I like red interiors... but REALLY!!!!

It needs a red steering wheel, and some red seat belts to top it off.



Offline fivesix


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Offline allanuber


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so story time? :p

erm, the bit about engine being in bits. that may be a hint.



Offline futurism


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how much to import a fully reconditioned engine for one of these in a crate from england?
then use the current engine in bits as parts in the future



Offline S4Simon

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Even worse, the "Seller" is using file photos from the original writeup of the car.

Maybe the interior is in bits as well...



Offline fivesix


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erm, the bit about engine being in bits. that may be a hint.

smartarse...  :p
but if its all brand new, then why is it still in bits...  :thumbsup:



Offline andecorp

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Paul knows that car - was in his shop for years. Import - UK - HK - NZ - finally Australia. It is registered with Canberra as an import, duties paid, but it doesn't have the green plate yet and it still needs an engineers certificate.
Paul said it would cost minimum $10k in labour just to put the mechanical bits back together.



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