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Old 5th July 2008, 16:17   #31
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Thanks for the input, Girish. Looks like he is quoting International prices !!
Certainly the prices quoted are very, very high.
Girish thanks for the good pictures.The prices he s quoting are really crazy .Interntational prices are much more realistic than his.Interntationally you get quality cars for half (probably even less) this price.Restoration standards are really superb, the quality really stands out.Time will straighten Mr.Kutty's head.He will touch down to more realistic levels.
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Girish thanks for the good pictures.The prices he s quoting are really crazy .Interntational prices are much more realistic than his.Interntationally you get quality cars for half (probably even less) this price.Restoration standards are really superb, the quality really stands out.Time will straighten Mr.Kutty's head.He will touch down to more realistic levels.
on the dot peeve, he is quoting CRAZYYY prices.
by the way can any one say what will be the price for a single owner HERALD 2 door in mint condition?
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on the dot peeve, he is quoting CRAZYYY prices.
by the way can any one say what will be the price for a single owner HERALD 2 door in mint condition?
Ideally 50-60k is good enough. But unfortunately such cars are very very few today and thus command (or rather demand) even higher prices. As the saying goes, beggars cant be choosers!
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Default Re: Tucked away in Coorg - A Collection of 68 Vintages

Updating the thread with a few recent pictures i took of the collection when i went there last week. It is now a proper car museum with entry tickets and even separate tickets for mobile phone cams and professional cameras.
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