blade7Let the dismantling commence, how much for the mirrors and front splitter .
GPFblade7Let the dismantling commence, how much for the mirrors and front splitter . That did make me chuckle, but then it hit home and I realised I had a strong emotional response to "dismantling" and I don't think I can do that . I will sell you the mirrors and the splitter to you for £25k though. You get a free 944 Turbo with it! Yes, I do have the original drop forged magnesium clubsports - they need a refurb though - still with a set of Eagle F1's on them! Tony! How's it going mate - long time no see! Mileage is relatively high I would think at 152k - although it's only done about 2k since the new engine and ancillaries above. I already have the Noble - had her about 7 years I think - and I've just fallen in love with, and bought, a 4.7 V8 Vantage. Only the one double garage for toys though...
blade7944Turbo Hi, I saw you in the noble somewhere - lovely car - And you will need to sell the Porsche to help with the running costs on the Aston - also a lovely car!
PSHblade7944Turbo Hi, I saw you in the noble somewhere - lovely car - And you will need to sell the Porsche to help with the running costs on the Aston - also a lovely car!He may have to sell the Noble and the Porsche....
GPFI wonder how much it would cost to convert the garage to a triple????? That would be less emotionally challenging!!!
GPFOnly 75 brought into the UK from memory, and only about 18 escaped having that hideous pink Studio Check interior! plus he has a newly rebuilt engine etc, etc - not many 944T's around with that!
Joss WalkerYou need not worry about the running costs of the Vantage, they are ridiculously reliable and the engines seem to be bulletproof. I've had one for the past 5 years and have only spent about £700 a year on servicing (at Aston Martin works)
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