Interceptor MK3

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Interceptor MK3

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What a refreshingly honest and humorous advert. I wish the seller much success.

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Hi all
Now at £2150 with 18 bids. Its not putting some people off. Great description!
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Honest.
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It’s funny, at >2000£s, the reserve isn’t met!

I think, even with his honest (and humorous) description the seller is a bit optimistic, too!

I guess there are probably some salvageable parts on this thing....

Is anyone tracking this generation of cars? My guess is that this one will never see the road again.... :cry:

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The boot hatch actually looks pretty good! About the only thing I see! :)
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It is at the better end of the spectrum for cars left until the floor rots out. Would be a good one to make an SP tribute car out of, stick in a manual trans at the same time, original yellow would look nice with a black roof. I think it just needs a plucky teenager fresh out of welding school, into hot rods, who can't afford a Dodge Charger.
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Some times regrettably you have to "call it". Not worth tarping next to house at Harlow. Kenny38 :shock:
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With the rarity of some used parts I can see why the bidding is where it is.

I can't see this car being anything other than some useful parts being held together with a lot of rust. For what this would cost to put back on the road you could buy one ready done and probably have some change.

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£2650 and still reserve not met , I think he’s looking for 3 hope he gets it .

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£3100 reserve still not met and still a day to go .

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