V5 EBAY

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8009STEVE
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V5 EBAY

Postby 8009STEVE » Sat Aug 27, 2011 9:50 am

Anybody want a convertible?
Buy the screen surround and get the V5

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... 0877562140

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Re: V5 EBAY

Postby IaininTenbury » Sat Aug 27, 2011 10:36 am

Clverly worded to get round the rules! He dosen't actually say the log book is included, he just says he has it to verify the authenticity of the parts, but the inference is there!
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Iain
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'49 MM, '53 convertible, '55 van, and a '64 van.

Marina p.u., '56 Morris Isis Traveller, a '59 Morris JB van, a'66 J4 van, a '54 Land Rover, Land Rover 130, Renault 5, '36Railton, '35 Hudson, a Mk1 Transit and a Sherpa Camper...

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Re: V5 EBAY

Postby bmcecosse » Sat Aug 27, 2011 3:53 pm

Good buy for £130...... :lol:
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Re: V5 EBAY

Postby 8009STEVE » Sat Aug 27, 2011 9:14 pm

bmcecosse wrote:Good buy for £130...... :lol:
Just wait for the next car in he


STOLEN

section to be a convertible.


Then say it is a good buy. :evil: :evil:

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Re: V5 EBAY

Postby IaininTenbury » Sat Aug 27, 2011 11:09 pm

I've no probelms with someone selling the convertible bits as an easier, or cheaper way of converting a car, (though I would have thought cutting out the b post strengtheners and dash board corners was a very long winded way of doing it when they are easy enough to make - still its a pattern to copy from....), but the likelyhood of said finished car being passed off as an original convertible seems almost inevitable. I mean if you're doing a car to keep, it dosn't matter what it says on the log book, but to sell on is a different matter.
Assuming the buyer dosen't just steal one to suit....

I was tempted myself with this item as the parts are well worth it and I know I'm responsible enough to do the right thing with the logbook!
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Iain
Fairmile Restorations.

'49 MM, '53 convertible, '55 van, and a '64 van.

Marina p.u., '56 Morris Isis Traveller, a '59 Morris JB van, a'66 J4 van, a '54 Land Rover, Land Rover 130, Renault 5, '36Railton, '35 Hudson, a Mk1 Transit and a Sherpa Camper...

A car can be restored at any time, but is only original once!


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