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Couple of weekends restoration 🤣
Needs a good polish then ready to go
I passed this heap of junk on a transporter on the A303 a couple of weeks ago 🤣
Somebody bought it
Billy Boswell 😍
David Shacklady This one might be a better starting point?
As a professional classic car restorer I have worked on these. They are not the easiest cars to restore. They have a box section ladder chassis which is riveted to the fibreglass body. the rivet heads are then glassed over to hide them. there is a steel tube goal post that comes off the chassis up the A posts behind the dashboard and supports in the B posts for door catches. The ladder chassis seriously rots and makes the structure of the car week. The only way to repair this properly is to cut the body away from the chassis and re make the ladder sections. All of the damage done to the fibreglass areas then has to be put right when you re fit the body. The Fords are all steel and far easier to repair. The Guilbern is still a pretty car though and very fast.
This is only up to 7 grand when there are people paying 10 for a shagged out, rusty South African import rolling shell Escort. The world’s gone mad.
Michael Hawke that's nice, and reasonable compared to any Ford...
Good luck they are nice cars
This takes me back, Iain Buckley To far gone for me. Hope it gets restored 🙏
Was Jimmy Enovoldsons AFRICAN RAIDER in Lambourn one of these , random question I know 😉
Reckon that's saveable.
Parked near a swamp ✔️
Bloody hell we used to ride those and bog seats around the field when we were kids, not at that price we wouldn't have. 😃
And yes i could touch the floor
Graham Taylor classical piece graz
Takes me back, my mate had one and I had a Suzuki AP50, and went on to a GP100, with a Micron exhaust!
Mine was new £220 ish back in the day.
My first bike as well
Good old Fizzy (y)
Peter Wales was you after 1 ot these?
Mine was £150.00 about a year old from jim patch in yeovil and my dad went crazy said I was mad paying all that
Alex Veal !
My dad restored a couple a few years ago! Still has them!
Jesus, my first bike was one of these. A year old and cost 150quid.
Trevor Herbert this is right up your street!
Four down none up if I remember rightly.
Here comes my famous my grandad had a 1982 x plate 2.4 diesel comment 🤣🤣🤣
this is a 1985 VDP Rover 3500 interior
where's rita and sue lol
Vanden Plas had leather! surely thats an se?? after A registration Vanden plas had leather!! Dash is wrong as well thats not an 1985 year model dash! much earlier
Anne Buckley £4k, reserve still not met!
WOW SO COOL JUST LOVE THAT CAR SO VERY MUCH
always regret selling mine many years ago,best car I have ever owned.
I'm waiting for a bogey in foil to roll over the bonnet.
Memories my first car i was 17 bought it in the ford garage i was serving my time got 2 of them for 50 pounds lot money for apprentice 1st year earning 7 pound week lol one had gearbox jumping out of gears other was rusty but the gearbox was good so i swapped it over with few other parts and made one good one blue and had the white strip I was was delighted driving a car i was used to motor bikes
What a beauty lovely colour great design no faults very special
Starsky and Hutch come to Dagenham 😉
Like the colour keyed steering wheel, makes it look very special
Simply WOW. 👍
Christine's UK cousin.....
i want it,i like it.👍
Seen one of these today a white one ❤️ beautiful car