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1971 Int MKII 128/4382 For Sale at Brightwells

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by SRD » Wed May 16, 2018 4:16 pm

https://www.brightwells.com/classic-mot ... -may-2018/

Lot 151 with an estimate of £13-15k,

Hammer price of £16k plus bp of 12%, making ca. £17,920

Failed recent MOT in May 2018, with advisories on structural issues.
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by Chris_R » Wed May 16, 2018 4:50 pm

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by John Staddon » Wed May 16, 2018 8:20 pm

and Jill's C-V8, FAT 333C, went for £31,900 in the same auction.

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by Jens » Fri May 18, 2018 7:28 am

Any news who bought FAT?
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by Richard Calver » Fri May 18, 2018 11:40 pm

Best get this right. JLO is 4382. 4383 was broken a few years ago.
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by zacmarshall » Sat May 19, 2018 3:49 pm

Richard Calver wrote:Best get this right. JLO is 4382. 4383 was broken a few years ago.


Good spot, I have corrected the subject of the earlier posts.
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by Shropshire Lass » Fri Jun 15, 2018 9:01 pm

Jens wrote:Any news who bought FAT?


Sadly I couldn’t be there at the auction so I didn’t get to meet the chap that bought my car, but I do know he bought the Interceptor as well. I thought he might appear on this forum. It was a very tense day and I didn’t know whether I wanted her to sell or not.
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by Steve McCue » Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:50 pm

Hello all!

I was the one who purchased both FAT and the Bronze interceptor, only went up to bid on the Interceptor didn't even know the CV-8 was for sale and got a bit of an itchy trigger finger, I could feel your tension from the other side of the telephone when the auctioneer called you to discuss the sale result :-) I had already done the hard-work and informed my wife of the unexpected purchase :shock:

Happy chap with the result, she will be looked after very well and will want for nothing.

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by Shropshire Lass » Sat Jul 21, 2018 7:03 am

Steve McCue wrote:Hello all!

I was the one who purchased both FAT and the Bronze interceptor, only went up to bid on the Interceptor didn't even know the CV-8 was for sale and got a bit of an itchy trigger finger, I could feel your tension from the other side of the telephone when the auctioneer called you to discuss the sale result :-) I had already done the hard-work and informed my wife of the unexpected purchase :shock:

Happy chap with the result, she will be looked after very well and will want for nothing.

Steve


Congratulations, Steve and I’m glad she has gone to a lovely new home.in that tense phone call with Jim, I asked him if you were a nice chap as I would have kept her if you weren’t. He said you were bonkers (in a good way) so I thought yes, you are a perfect new owner for her, and the rest is history. She was a non runner when I bought her as she overheated instantly, she had a small petrol tank in her boot which had no sender unit and we played Russian roulette with every petrol station we came across and her wiring was haphazard and mysterious but she became part of the family and was there at all the family special occasions. Give her a pat from me...sniff :cry:
I now have a (slow) 53 Singer Roadster which feels like more of a toy than a car but has been perfect for this summer.
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by Steve McCue » Sat Jul 21, 2018 8:17 am

Jill

If you are ever down Merthyr Tydfil passing in your latest purchase you would always be welcome to pop in for a cup of tea or coffee and take a look at the girl if it didn't upset you seeing her, you will see for yourself then what she means to us :)

Just drop us a message.

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by Krusty » Tue Mar 03, 2020 11:39 pm

jlo78k is the one i bought last week :D

the factory card does have 128/4383 crossed out and 4382 written next to it
does anyone have anymore history on this car ?
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