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    on crack ? or crack on ?

    doing the normal thing we do browsing websites fro cars or just junk I came across this, me not knowing the prices of these things my question is has he been on the pipe of a tractor pipe or is this what the price of tin is ?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/32-33-34-F...item43d5602cc0

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    That is a friend of mine and yes it is what this stuff fetches. He sells everything that he gets with no real hassle as he is very fair. If you want to build an early Ford using real tin then you have to be prepared to research the pricing first.
    Last edited by Plumpcars; 03-01-15 at 07:45 AM.

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    checkout the prices stateside then factor in shipping costs duties etc etc
    dont forget the cost/hassle of checking it out, makeing the deal, transport to port, packing & loading, collecting this end, paperwork paperwork paperwork.

    how much do much more plentiful mk1 escorts go for?

    i know which i would rather have

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    Also a pick em up is probably the cheapest way into a 32-33-34. If you look into the passenger cars and the prices that original parts and accessories fetch then you may just turn to crack!

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    As Steve says, that is the going price for early Ford stuff (the body is a `32-`33 item) if in good nick, as this appears to be!. Buying all those parts separately would probably still cost the same as his asking price!...

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    Shit a duck i should have gone hunting for these while i was in the U.s then lol this isngood knowledge to have then

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    You'll find the prices for '32 '33 and '34 stuff are the same over there.

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    Might come across the press machines thou haha
    Image that the money i could make

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    There is a saying " You can never pay too much for Ford parts , only too soon". Just look at the price of some of the 60's and 70s stuff as well ,makes some of the 32 stuff look cheap. A mate sold a BNIB Ford mk1 Cortina Consul bonnet badge on Ebay, it made 1200 !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambretta_ash View Post
    Might come across the press machines thou haha
    Image that the money i could make
    Till you price up the bolsters and dies?????

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