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I think this will look very nice when done, coming along nicely carl Thumbs up

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 14:25
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Post #27
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Shock Wow a blue wallye... Do they exist?


Where have you been over that last few months!LOL


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Doh he was being sarcastic LOL

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 20:40
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Post #28
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mechanical_repairs wrote:
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Coming along nicely Carl; was the state of the bodywork a surprise when you went to collect it or were you give an honest description beforehand?



It wasnt really mentioned bar a few stone chips but i suppose a car with 120k miles on it in a solid colour like this i expected it in a way.

Carl


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If id gone to collect it expecting a few stone chips and was confronted by that i would have gone apeshit Laugh



I bid it up to 650 and I'd have been p*ssed off to have paid that for it and found the body like this. Still, as Carl knows, there is a little profit in this. Somewhere

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 20:48
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Post #29
dangerous dave wrote:
barry.rs wrote:
mechanical_repairs wrote:
barry.rs wrote:
Coming along nicely Carl; was the state of the bodywork a surprise when you went to collect it or were you give an honest description beforehand?



It wasnt really mentioned bar a few stone chips but i suppose a car with 120k miles on it in a solid colour like this i expected it in a way.

Carl


Shock

If id gone to collect it expecting a few stone chips and was confronted by that i would have gone apeshit Laugh



I bid it up to 650 and I'd have been p*ssed off to have paid that for it and found the body like this. Still, as Carl knows, there is a little profit in this. Somewhere



Little being the word mate, it does look quite nice though in the sun from a distance LOL

Here see for yourself, looks good me thinks-



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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 22:02
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Post #30
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Got way to many cars at the minute now mate, have 11 gti/rallyes in stock so they all must go.


was gona ask you what your doing with it
but i guess you have to try and sell it on
very unique!

looking good so far Smile

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 21:54
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Post #31
dangerous dave wrote:
barry.rs wrote:
mechanical_repairs wrote:
barry.rs wrote:
Coming along nicely Carl; was the state of the bodywork a surprise when you went to collect it or were you give an honest description beforehand?



It wasnt really mentioned bar a few stone chips but i suppose a car with 120k miles on it in a solid colour like this i expected it in a way.

Carl


Shock

If id gone to collect it expecting a few stone chips and was confronted by that i would have gone apeshit Laugh



I bid it up to 650 and I'd have been p*ssed off to have paid that for it and found the body like this. Still, as Carl knows, there is a little profit in this. Somewhere


I stuck 1250 on it with 5 sec to go but bt connection failed Angry

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 22:44
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Post #32
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Here see for yourself, looks good me thinks-



Carl


It just looks odd to me, but then maybe that's because a Rallye in this colour is so unusual Dunno

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 22:50
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Post #33
mechanical_repairs wrote:
dangerous dave wrote:
barry.rs wrote:
mechanical_repairs wrote:
barry.rs wrote:
Coming along nicely Carl; was the state of the bodywork a surprise when you went to collect it or were you give an honest description beforehand?



It wasnt really mentioned bar a few stone chips but i suppose a car with 120k miles on it in a solid colour like this i expected it in a way.

Carl


Shock

If id gone to collect it expecting a few stone chips and was confronted by that i would have gone apeshit Laugh



I bid it up to 650 and I'd have been p*ssed off to have paid that for it and found the body like this. Still, as Carl knows, there is a little profit in this. Somewhere



Little being the word mate, it does look quite nice though in the sun from a distance LOL

Here see for yourself, looks good me thinks-


Carl


Agreed. It'll be an interesting one. Personally I think you need to go big on it, not just doing it up but a total strip down and rebuild so it's effectively a new car, then keep it until someone offers a silly amount of cash for it. I can't see much profit for you if you manage to flog it for 3k, which is becoming a ceiling price for these cars

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Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 22:58
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Post #34
Not my cup of tea but im sure it will be lovely when finished.

Needs some clear side repeaters imo.
Posted 3rd Jun 2010 at 23:13
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Post #35
i was going to bid on this but turned against the idea after having a good think about it.

glad i did now seeing how it was when you picked it up.also thought it would be hard to shift.

too me it looks odd in blue but the good thing is its a very very rare car in that colour.

is that the car after paint?

she needs a good mop and polish and a bloody good valet then it would look alot better.

fairplay though carl good effort on the timescale of turning it around.

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 00:18
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I like it Yes Would look crazy sexy with my white enkeis on it Love

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 00:20
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Needs some body attention badly, look how grey those rubstrips and tyre walls are!

Such a peculiar colour though, might look nice when polished up but it seems too flat for my liking. Maybe. Hmm

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 00:21
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Post #38
Car has only had the mechanical work done to it so far the bodywork is next so as you see its as is.

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 00:41
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Post #39
If it's getting paintwork done, do it Sigma Love

It's still technically blue then, just sexy LOL

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 00:44
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shame it wasn't Indigo blue, but still a good colour for a wallye I think.

its not far off the colour they used for the Gendarme LOL

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 00:46
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Dad told 'em to f*ck off, there's no way he got all the way to the end of the motorway and came back in that space of time as the average speed between gates worked out nigh on impossible, they pointed a gun at him and told him he really should pay Laugh my ass off

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 00:55
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Post #42
Seen this up close the other day at carls. It is a shame the previous owner didn't look after the bodywork but after the respray it should look mint Smile

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 03:17
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Post #43
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Carl


It looks like someone has photoshopped the Rallye decals on to a standard 306 in that photo.

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 15:52
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Post #44
Coming along nicely.

Now is seen a proper picture of it...its really grown on me!
Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 16:00
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Post #45
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Coming along nicely.

Now is seen a proper picture of it...its really grown on me!


I really don't like it now I've seen more pictures! Dry
Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 17:58
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Good on you for all the work you're putting in but i think its vile. no wonder that colour is usually confined to the base models!

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 19:02
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TBH i don't think i've even seen a base spec car that colour Hmm

It's more about the rarity than the colour I guess, will appeal to people for the exclusivity but not me unfortunately Sad

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 19:12
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TBH i don't think i've even seen a base spec car that colour Hmm

It's more about the rarity than the colour I guess, will appeal to people for the exclusivity but not me unfortunately Sad


they made the 306 "L" (as in the poverty model before LX) in this colour, white and red.

Agreed its unique, but i personnaly wouldnt pay a premium to have a car in that colour no matter how rare it is.

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 19:34
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Like I said before, respray in Sigma blue Carl and i'll take it off you Wink

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Posted 4th Jun 2010 at 19:42
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Post #50
Wont respray it another colour that will ruin it further mate, unless it was fully stripped down and know thats way to much work fella.

It will look beatifull once polished up and the painwork sorted.

Carl

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