[ROVERNET - UK] Re: 3500S Options, still...
britcarnut at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 1 18:35:45 BST 2008
Holy crap, look at the price they are asking for that car. UK listers, would it really sell for something close to 3,750 pounds on that side of the pond? If so, my buddy and I really need to get going with the export business we keep threatening to start. That would be maybe a $1500 car over here.
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Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2008 00:39:36 -0400
From: Glen Wilson <rovercar at comcast.net>
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] 3500S Options, still...
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Here's a car in England with California plates that not only has the
black vinyl sail panels but a vinyl covered roof, as well.
This one has all of the original elements right down to the AED, the
parachute seat belts, correct bumpers, and the coachline along the
sides. But I think George Barris, King of the Customizers, did the vinyl
roof and screwed the new-look sail panels on it! :-)
The one behind it with the white sail panels and unadulterated roof is
the stock NADA 3500S. Options are the choices you have when you fill out
the order sheet at the dealer.
Roland's story helps explain the difference between a car leaving the
factory with a mismatched wheel/hub/suspension and a factory option.
That one wasn't in the dealer brochure or the price list. But I'll bet
that, once the wheel cover was on, it wasn't all that obvious a flaw.
Bumpers or body panels from another model would probably have been
noticed before it got out the factory door.
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