|Chapter By Lucas
Thursday, August 13, 2015 at 17:47:18
Can I call you back? t-ject 60 manufacturer
The 1969 Corvette Stingray Convertible with hardtop and manual gearbox sold for √ā¬£27,025 having been bought at Bonhams Hendon sale earlier in the year for √ā¬£23,000, a timewarp 1973 Audi 80 with less than 12,000 miles attracted √ā¬£10,925, and a very nice 1965 Mini Cooper 1071 ‘S’ was the right money at √ā¬£23,230. A clean Lancia Flavia Sport Zagato was √ā¬£29,325 and a tidy 1971 Porsche 911E 2.4 Targa looked reasonable money at √ā¬£40,250 in light of recent ‘small-bumper’ sales. On later 911s, a ’74 Carrera 2.7 made a surprisingly high √ā¬£50,600, while a 1988 Turbo targa at √ā¬£45,425 showed how 930 prices have been hardening. One of the two Lotus 340Rs sold, at a market-correct √ā¬£24,150, and a perfect and low-mileage 2005 Honda NSX targa topped its estimate at √ā¬£80,500.