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DB18 Saloon in Melbourne Australia

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Location: Northwich, Cheshire

Re: DB18 Saloon in Melbourne Australia

Post by grahamemmett » Tue Aug 27, 2019 11:29 pm

Peter Grant wrote:
Thu Aug 08, 2019 11:19 pm
It does look good doesn't it?

On the topic of the falling Australian Dollar, is there much interest in buying classic vehicles from here and importing into the UK or Europe? I know that we benefit from a drier climate and so hopefully less rust but the sun is so much fiercer and harsher on finishes. I used to think that the perfect match would be to buy a car here and then match it up with the interior of an identical car from England.
Yes your sales values seem lower than those achieved here. There’s merit in exporting them back to Blighty.
Graham Emmett
Northwich, Cheshire
Joint DB18 Registrar (with Marcel Renshaw)
DB18 1949 LCV522 (Yes that one with the P100s)

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Re: DB18 Saloon in Melbourne Australia

Post by Salmons » Wed Aug 28, 2019 9:28 am

I suspect that the Horn push and trafficator switch was changed with the introduction of the DB18.2.


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