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#101
Gareth350

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I love them and Quattro


Honestly, no offence to anyone who loves /owns Escort Cosworths but that pic sums it up to me.

The quattro is 10 years or more older (design wise or physical car) but it looks so much more mean, better looking, even more modern! :wink:

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elgassi

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Hendy car now reduced to £ 69995, that’s 5k off, still some more to go yet .

What would you say the cars value is these days



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Bigwod

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What would you say the cars value is these days

Supply and demand attributes values , Id value it at £ 60k plus , whatevers out there at the time , my one is on 1400 miles now so classed as a high miles car and accordingly worthless however my OR18NGE plate and the fact its number 50 ,( some may disagree) may add to its value.

Seems Hendy is the only Heritage for sale having a quick look round the market, where have the other 3 gone I saw some weeks ago.

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elgassi

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@ £60k it's not a bad investment really  :yep:  :yep: even deducting the cost of 27 months dry storage (for some) and 2 services

hopefully most of the FRS's will hold their values

I think once the MK2 is 20 years old we'll know if it's going to climb like earlier Rs models have or due to the amount of MK2's that have been garaged from 'birth' it'll only be the ultra low milers that'll rocket in price?






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