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Thread: Berlinetta

  1. #1 Berlinetta 
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    Unfortunately a year later than planned but I will finally be in a position to buy a berly when my bonus comes through in January. So looking for something around the 2500 mark that I can tinker with and improve. I appreciate something in this price range will need work but something with an mot or not needing too much to get through one would be preferred. Saying that I would be interested in an unfinished engine swap or something like that if you get my drift for a bit less money.

    Location not really an issue as I travel the whole of the UK with work regularly.

    Please note I will not have the cash until January pay day but would be happy to leave a deposit if I find the right car.

    If you could send an email with pics and info in the first instance that would be great tomdballen@gmail.com

    Many thanks in advance
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    Happy hunting
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    Good luck in your search. Make sure you buy one that has been correctly registered on the V5, the Berlinetta will not pass an IVA.
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  4. #4 Re: Berlinetta 
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    Hi
    Have you seen this??
    Looks like it is what you are after.
    https://www.gumtree.com/p/marlin/mar...car/1201692589

    Jon
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  5. #5 Re: Berlinetta 
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    Thanks Jon, I am hoping to look at it in a couple of weeks when down that neck of the woods.
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  6. #6 Re: Berlinetta 
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    Did you get one?
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