Discussion in 'T3 & T4 Tech Help Clinic' started by Luckyphil, Nov 5, 2017.
The yellow one you said you’d never sell?
Won’t take long to sell, when you do though.
Yes thats the one.
Oooo.....Oooo...............I do love a good 3.0 CSL
I want to do some camping & fishing adventures with my son & 2 grandchildren before they and I get too old. It will be less than $49,995 though when I sell.
It was a very original example but it is on car sales.
The site where the flippers test the extreems of price limits.
Oh my god!
Always the one that got away that one.
Will be the next bitcoin the way the price on that is rising.
Actually it’s at the Classic Throttle Shop
I often wander through there and look at the toys.
There was a sister shop at Mortlake called Ian Cummins of the D Type Jaguar replica fame.
Both these shops cater for original excellent condition cars. Cars like the Harding PMG split Micro Bus.
Generally they are not restored or modified. Original paint and generally documented.
There is a market where people don’t want to go looking for that rare gem and are happy to just put the money down.
Have a look at the other lovelies there.
Happy to see this DOKA there waiting to find its new owner.
I stand corrected
Some nice other classics there also
What kind of price is reasonable for a good condition, either well kitted out or very good original t3 nowadays? Seeing quite a few in the 12-15k range sit on carsales/Gumtree for a pretty long time. Are these overpriced, or is there something wrong with them?
12-15k is reasonable for a good T3 however 15-30k & it needs to be something special or Syncro in good nick. Good Caravelles in original condition and campers regularly sell for 12-15k, add rust and the price drops a fair bit
It is listed on CarSales - https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/Volkswagen-Transporter-1990/OAG-AD-17094301/?Cr=2 - they look for wider exposure to see if they can pull a punter in
I got my bus from Ian Cummins when they were affiliated with Classic Throttle shop ,didn't pay that kind of money though. I do love that place .
Usually they are not in original condition and either the interior or exterior is a mess (or both) and the long distance photos hide this fact well. Often the drive-train has some issue and that also decreases the value very quickly.
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