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Hi there, 

We've recently inherited a 1959 MK2 3.4 litre in British racing green that has been fully restored. 200th off the production line. Wire wheels and Wooden steering wheel. We only have very limited knowledge on what exactly has been done but she is in beautiful condition. Been in the family since 1969.

Hoping to get an idea on a rough value and possibly find a buyer. I will add some pictures shortly. 

Thank you

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Welcome to the club ,Nathan.

That is one very nice car!  I would guess that it is worth quite a lot of money.

I would guess, that if it runs well, the sum of £25,000 would not be unreasonable.   On a good day with interested buyers, it would make very interesting bidding.

Regards,

Peter.       

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Thank you for the reply. Would that estimate change given that it has 96k miles on it? 

I've also been told they spent 60k restoring it a few years ago. 

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Hi Nathan, 

I wouldn't think 96k miles would make a difference  -- it just shows that it had spent some time on the road.

The £60k refurbishment would, though, and my rough  estimate could well be ripped up!

It is just finding the right place to put the car o the market, though.

Regards,

Peter.

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Thanks again Peter. 

Any idea where the best place to sell would be? I was thinking a classic car auction? 

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Hi Nathan, 

They are the best to try out.    It might be worth going to one if you can find one in your locality.  Not to put your car on sale but to see how it goes.  Having a chat to the auctioneer might be useful.

Regards,

Peter.

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