Nah ... no more than $750K (US$).
As is, it's only a museum piece. Restored and driveable, it loses its cachet.
But, if some gazillionaire 'just has to have it' who knows ...
Bob Spidell - San Jose, CA
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I am with you, but not in dollars, my estimate is 1.2 Pound Sterling
I am with you
The only thing we could do is make a contest on the final price.
My estimate 1.2 million dollars
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 10:58 AM
Subject: [Healeys] Lot No: 433
To leave it as it is, the car will be too expensive. As there is no real value
in a car which looks awful (have seen and touched the car last year) as it is
today, I presume the owner wants to bring it back to drivable condition. And I
am sure the new owner knows what he will do with it. Any way then its his car
and his decision. Perhaps he may have sleepless nights, perhaps not. But why
shall we care? We can`t influence him.
Anyway we may need to await his decision, perhaps we never see the car again,
when it goes into a private collection.
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