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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    But what about the "Front left he got a little Schupser .. but nothing serious!"

    I'd be weary buying from this seller MG; I have a feeling some of their cars may be "cut 'n shut" ....

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    Its all in the eye of beholder (owner)

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    Here's a nice two door..

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    I am concerned I know were this interest is going to lead Graham

    Edit: - The above car is Located in Helsinki. According to the add, it has spent it's time in Finland since new. It has been in historical registration since 1980 and had it's last roadworthy in 2011.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FIVEDOOR View Post
    I am concerned I know were this interest is going to lad Graham

    Edit: - The above car is Located in Helsinki. According to the add, it has spent it's time in Finland since new. It has been in historical registration since 1980 and had it's last roadworthy in 2011.
    Meh! I'm quite nonplussed about the whole thing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    Meh! I'm quite nonplussed about the whole thing..
    Yeah.....bollocks.

    One word, Graham........NIKE!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FIVEDOOR View Post
    It's a disease
    This one on ebay Aus right now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipb205 View Post
    Yes, quite right you are and this is what the jocularity has been about..

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    Perhaps you can get a discount for buying in bulk Graham
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    I guess these cars aren't so rare in other parts..

    Crank it up and enjoy..


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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    I guess these cars aren't so rare in other parts. Crank it up and enjoy..
    Nice to see such a gathering. I have to say the Juvas don't quite do it for me, being a bit like Morris 8 gatherings.... Wasn't the Juva the car that Opel sued Renault about?

    Having said that, it would be great to have one or two in decent shape in Oz for completeness and I'd never criticise someone for doing that. They are all part of the story after all.

    Forgot to say many thanks for posting the great video link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnW View Post
    Nice to see such a gathering. I have to say the Juvas don't quite do it for me, being a bit like Morris 8 gatherings.... Wasn't the Juva the car that Opel sued Renault about?

    Having said that, it would be great to have one or two in decent shape in Oz for completeness and I'd never criticise someone for doing that. They are all part of the story after all.
    Yep, that's the one, Opel sued Renault (and won) over theft of the unitary design who were forced to pay royalties.

    I agree that the Morris 8 is a great looking car in it's own right but the Juvaquatre is dripping with French charm all the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    Yep, that's the one, Opel sued Renault (and won) over theft of the unitary design who were forced to pay royalties.

    I agree that the Morris 8 is a great looking car in it's own right but the Juvaquatre is dripping with French charm all the same.
    OK, here's another. Renault Club stand at Retromobile, 2007. Now THAT was a good day.....

    What I meant was that neither the Morris 8 nor the Juvaquatre do it for me. I think it is just the era though, where inexpensive cars were still antique in some ways but not quite "old modern" like a 4CV. Anyway, I do think someone should love the one that is available. Surely someone does.....
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    A unitary body was very modern and innovative when Renault first produced the Juvaquatre. Might have had something to do Opel suing Renault at the time...............
    It's another lovely day! Again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 59 Floride View Post
    That is a superb photograph. Superb.

    The rear vision mirror and wiper arms do look just like my 4CV.
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    ..looks like this is as close as I'll ever get to a Javaquatre..arrived from France today.

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    Probably glad they didn't buy a Jeep..

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    No need to chop that top, and would look nice with a little hot rodding, lowered and fats.
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    The vans are very cool! You need one MG with your restoration business signage on the sides
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    cheers,

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    Yah well I had my chance for the one at Toowoomba but missed it, oh well "kay sera sera"

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    Here's a nicely preserved Juvaquatre, it still retains much of the original patina and hasn't been over-restored like some other old Renaults..

    There are a lot of detailed photos here...Renault Classic Cars | Renault oldtimers for sale at E & R Classic Cars!

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    Thanks Graham. E & R Classic cars is a lovely site in general too - I hadn't seen it before. Well worth a browse.
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