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Thread: Marlins a la Frog!

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    Re: Marlins a la Frog!

    And another appears

    https://www.leboncoin.fr/voitures/1710504788.htm/

    Light bar or radiator?

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    Re: Marlins a la Frog!

    "Light bar or radiator? "

    Definitely looks like a light bar to me. Must say that given that Marlins are not the slipperiest of cars, that light bar must give it a drag coefficient of a truck!

    That and also IMO it looks sh#te.....
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    Re: Marlins a la Frog!

    agree

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    Re: Marlins a la Frog!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Stott View Post
    Well that's a nicer example..... until I looked at the price! What the ..... €19,500? Seriously?

    Now I admit we are all attached to our cars and maybe think they are worth more than the marketplace often says they are but really? For that kind of brass I'd want to be looking at a pretty concourse example. Obviously its a simple case of low supply, high demand. That said if they really do sell for that price over there then I know where I'm heading when the day comes to sell mine.
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    Re: Marlins a la Frog!

    Hello
    you under estimated our marlin roadster!!!!

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    Re: Marlins a la Frog!

    f i can afford you sell your marlin roadster at a low price look at the price of a penther lima

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    Re: Marlins a la Frog!

    you underestimate the beauty of the roadster marlin

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    Re: Marlins a la Frog!

    Don't think they sell at that price, they seem to hang around for a long time, maybe its just a 'fishing' exercise

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