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    Default Caravelle on EBAY

    A Renault Caravelle being offered on EBAY at a respectable $4750.

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    I have seen this car on the road, and it looks immaculate.

    There is no way that is an original colour right?

    I wish I had a spare 5k, and I would consider it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivid
    I have seen this car on the road, and it looks immaculate.

    There is no way that is an original colour right?

    I wish I had a spare 5k, and I would consider it.
    You're right about the colour. I wonder if he has the hard top?

    Looks like a very reasonable price.

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    It is at $5600 in the Trading Post. Must not be getting the interest that was hoped for in the car.
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    I think I have see another caravelle parked in the Kooyong area every day a simular colour, but much rougher, or looking paintjob.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vivid
    I think I have see another caravelle parked in the Kooyong area every day a simular colour, but much rougher, or looking paintjob.
    It could be a near original colour, as they did come in dark blue. But knowing how Florides and Caravelles rust, I'm always a bit worried about statements like "minimal rust" with no other pics or elaboration. There is a lot of triple skinning in those models which can hide a lot of rust, not to mention things like chassis rails as on normal 8's and 10's. Also lots of non original parts such as the front bumpers, recessed lights, etc. You would certainly want to have a look at it in the metal to check it over before bidding!

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    One bid up, it pays to put a realistic starting price

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