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Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!



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k11ngc@hotmail.com

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Tue 10 Apr 18 16:46

Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


Used to have a 69 427 back in my twentys so a 454 would be nice. Call, text, email, pigeon, just contact me somehow.PLEASE No dealers please I cant afford your bit on top. Much prefer a members pride and joy so I can do the same.
Steve H.



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40 year absence of owning a 69 427 coupe now looking for a 70 / 72 454 please help.

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Nick B

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Wed 11 Apr 18 08:51

Re: Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


Noticed this on Ebay this morning, may be of interest to you.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Corvette-Stingray/282919375897?ha...

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k11ngc@hotmail.com

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Wed 11 Apr 18 09:33

Re: Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


Yes I have been in discussions with the owner Tim Hudson
It looks nice but think it could be a bit more work than I would want to get into at mo.


Thank you tho for thinking of me.

Btw I'm impressed by the help ive recieved from you all at CCCUK
Cheers guys n girls
Steve (vetteless @mo.com)😭


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40 year absence of owning a 69 427 coupe now looking for a 70 / 72 454 please help.

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JJVETTE

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Wed 11 Apr 18 12:20

Re: Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


I will send PM



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Vetteheadtony

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Wed 11 Apr 18 14:20

Re: Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


Why done you look further afield like the USA, having bought quite a few cars/corvettes in myself I can always give you some FREE advise on how and where and what to look for, I also have people in the States that can scout and look at cars for you,
PM me regards Tony Thumbs up


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Norm

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Wed 11 Apr 18 23:57

Re: Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


Even though a vert, very nice ride and reasonable price.

http://www.corvetteclub.org.uk/viewtopic.php?t=18609


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Redlevel

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Thu 12 Apr 18 08:04

Re: Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


k11ngc@hotmail.com wrote (View Post):Yes I have been in discussions with the owner Tim Hudson
It looks nice but think it could be a bit more work than I would want to get into at mo.


Thank you tho for thinking of me.

Btw I'm impressed by the help ive recieved from you all at CCCUK
Cheers guys n girls
Steve (vetteless @mo.com)��


It seems genuine and complete and they don't appear that often. That's what they call an investment and it's value will only go up in the next few years especially as it'll have an Historic ticket. Nit pick a bit and haggle a decent price. You'll never find a minter at a reasonable price these days or in the future and even minters need tlc too.. Smile

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k11ngc@hotmail.com

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Thu 12 Apr 18 11:43

Re: Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


Yep Steve198
Your absolutely right, but I used to deal in yanks in my twentys and one has to know when to walk and without even seeing it ive decided to do just that with this one in particular, after offering Tim a undisclosed sum that is, lol I'm particular but am aware of what it is worth and could be with investment.
The way I think is if it was worth what hes asking it would be gone to one of you guys who knows what to do and how to do it. I don't, I just know what I like.
Have my eye on a few at mo,
But if anyone knows of any others that are worthy then please email me or whatsapp me on 07766338120


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40 year absence of owning a 69 427 coupe now looking for a 70 / 72 454 please help.

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Redlevel

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Thu 12 Apr 18 12:22

Re: Wanted 1970-1972 C3 coupe PLEASE!!! Pretty Please !!!


I know I bang on a bit about this, but I truly believe that with the demise of the IC motor in the near future and we're all pushed into buying electric vehicles, the value and demand for good Historic vehicles for those who still want to own and run an IC motor will only increase in value. So I would say to those who hanker after a desirable old vehicle to get it now while the prices are still reasonable.

UK's cut off date is 2040 and Scotland's is 2032 but these dates are moving forward now. China and India will stop selling IC motors in 2025. I predict more stricter and intense MOT tests for the UK in the near future for help to persuade us out of our beloved IC motors, which means a possible govt. time-enforced scrappage scheme for older non-historic vehicles IC or electric.

This means that the Historic status for cars etc, will be finite after a certain date. No more classics and the existing ones, will be financially well out of reach due to demand.

When the IC motor replaced the horse many years ago, we still have horses today but mainly for recreation. IC engine vehicles will go the same way as long as they have the magic ticket!

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