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    There a lot of vehicles as you scroll through the listings. If anyone wants to they can buy me the the 203 Coupe and Cabriolet......................................... .

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    What a list!

    I'll take this one thanks -



    and this one should fit nicely in the back of the ute -

    cheers,

    John

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    thanks for this, it'll keep me amused for the rest of the morning.
    so much choice, so little money...

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    I don't see any Chevies..........~Steph.

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    Oooppp,wait a second,I was being an 'american' and just blew through the listings. I like the '39 Fiat Topolino(Landlord has a '38....)Coupe. I hope ADDO doesn't spot the '73 Rolls.......~Steph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephineS View Post
    Oooppp,wait a second,I was being an 'american' and just blew through the listings. I like the '39 Fiat Topolino(Landlord has a '38....)Coupe. I hope ADDO doesn't spot the '73 Rolls.......~Steph.
    There are a few American cars towards the end .If I had 400,000 to 600,000 euro/s I would like the one off SM Citroen Cabriolet

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    Yes,the SM Cabrio is stunning,but IF you had the $$$$ an bought it,would you DRIVE it? Not many High Rollers actually use these Cars,even for a short trip. They SHOULD be DRIVEN,Hell,that's what they put all those round 'things' on/in them for in the first place. ~Steph.

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    For me its the traction cabrio or the lancia b20

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    Here's one that's slightly damaged. What sort is it....anyone know ?Some interesting cars for you to consider-accident.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beano View Post
    Here's one that's slightly damaged. What sort is it....anyone know ?Click image for larger version. 

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    Porsche 9 something.
    Regards Col

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    ^^ a Carrera Gt.. Sad, sad sight.

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