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Post by tux on Tue 10 Dec 2013, 00:31


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Post by calisfar on Wed 11 Dec 2013, 11:31

A motoring ikon but the money that gets spent on them is mental. I have a mate with a 71 bay and he's spent a fortune on it.
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Post by Mav666 on Wed 11 Dec 2013, 16:57

That's a real shame, you they could have gone on making those quite literally forever and people would have still bought them

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Post by tux on Wed 11 Dec 2013, 19:36

Indeed.
They do get mental money spent by some, but have you seen the prices of used ones? At the height of the madness I saw an early Samba sold for almost £50,000!! I didn't pay that much for my house for fecks sake!!
Another case of "whatever the classic loonies will pay."
Still love to bits though.

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