As in "look what I found in my garage"?
Why is it on it's side?
I bet that ladder has marked it..
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Posted 10 May 2019 - 01:40 PM
Probably sell better if they told you which version it was, from the reg it's probably a Mk4 which was not made by Jem Marsh but the Harold Dermot of D & H Mouldings, he used it as a basis for the Midas.
Mk1's, Mk2's and the much more common Mk3's are more valuable in my mind. Although saying that the Trans XL Mk4 Guinness world record holding car sold for a good few thousand a month or so ago and for anybody who used to read CCC that was one hell of a machine.
As somebody who owned them for 23 years they are of a particular taste.
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