[ROVERNET - UK] P5B Prices
stephen at beerinc.com
Fri Oct 15 15:40:37 BST 2004
In my opinion, pay whatever it takes to get the P5B.
It is one of the sweetest cars imaginable.
I have lusted after one of these for years.
It would have to be left hand drive with a manual.
Particularly a Coup-ay.
Due to the undervaluation of Rovers in the US, it will probably
On Oct 15, 2004, at 9:04 AM, Tom Trafton wrote:
> Interesting that you should bring up the subject of P5B and value.
> weekends ago I was looking at Chris Devlin's P5B and we were wondering
> value. Since there are so few in the US it is hard to establish
> value. But
> if you look at the Gold Book for classic car value, they claim that the
> coupe ranges from US$2000 - 9000, depending on condition. The lower
> is for fair condition while the highest is for a show quality car. The
> sedan ranges from $1500-7000. You can check the Gold Book on line at
> http://www.manheimgold.com/ where they give a guide as to condition,
> Having said that, the value of the car is probably whatever a buyer is
> willing to pay for it. I think you should go for it; We need more
> here in the Colonies:-)
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>> Anyone know the going price of a good condition P5B? I am thinking
> importing one but I want to know if it's worth doing. I knew the car
> many yeras and it has been well kept.
>> Thanks for the advice.
>> Randy - Miami, FL
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