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  1. #11
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    I mailed Dave Ashcroft this week about an update on the VC units, this was his reply:

    Yes, in stock at 295 + 75 refundable core charge


    This is good news! It seems we will have a source of VC's after all and mind you, the price is very good concerning what the news ones cost in the end...

    Cheers,

    -P

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by prelude View Post
    I mailed Dave Ashcroft this week about an update on the VC units, this was his reply:

    Yes, in stock at 295 + 75 refundable core charge

    This is good news! It seems we will have a source of VC's after all and mind you, the price is very good concerning what the news ones cost in the end...

    Cheers,

    -P
    Well done. I don't think too many of us will be using/claiming the core refund though???

    And transport costs to AU would be in the order of ________ ?
    Dan - MY04 D2a TD5 auto Classic (2nd engine @ 153K) set up for touring
    Bessie - MY95 RRC LSE Vogue SoftDash with MY99 TD5 and 4HP24 transplant

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    I guess from au not too many people will go for that option from a financial perspective. If we wish to have enough of them available through time though we might end up doing that

    I do not know what shipping to australia would cost, I live across the pond from england so for me it is kinda different. The units are fairly small but do weigh in quite a bit, I'm not sure what costs more, size or weight?

    Perhaps one of the major au landrover specialists can afford and is willing to keep a number of them in stock? It would cut down on shipping costs and time for that matter. and I'm sure that there is at least some market for it over there.

    I'll see if I can weigh the on in my spare transfercase the coming weekend to see what shipping from here to australia would cost. Anything up to 5kg costs roughly 50,- euro's. so I reckon that would be the ballpark figure you'd have to keep in mind

    Cheers
    -P

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    Quote Originally Posted by prelude View Post
    I guess from au not too many people will go for that option from a financial perspective. If we wish to have enough of them available through time though we might end up doing that

    I do not know what shipping to australia would cost, I live across the pond from england so for me it is kinda different. The units are fairly small but do weigh in quite a bit, I'm not sure what costs more, size or weight?

    Perhaps one of the major au landrover specialists can afford and is willing to keep a number of them in stock? It would cut down on shipping costs and time for that matter. and I'm sure that there is at least some market for it over there.

    I'll see if I can weigh the on in my spare transfercase the coming weekend to see what shipping from here to australia would cost. Anything up to 5kg costs roughly 50,- euro's. so I reckon that would be the ballpark figure you'd have to keep in mind

    Cheers
    -P
    Thanks. The question about transport was aimed at my compadres here. We do individually import a lot of stuff especially from UK (including Ashcrofts) and also US and I'm pretty sure someone will have a ballpark figure for an order of magnitude estimate.
    Dan - MY04 D2a TD5 auto Classic (2nd engine @ 153K) set up for touring
    Bessie - MY95 RRC LSE Vogue SoftDash with MY99 TD5 and 4HP24 transplant

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavinwibrow View Post
    Thanks. The question about transport was aimed at my compadres here. We do individually import a lot of stuff especially from UK (including Ashcrofts) and also US and I'm pretty sure someone will have a ballpark figure for an order of magnitude estimate.
    If you go to their website and put an item in your basket, then head for the checkout it will calculate the freight automatically. You don't have to purchase it at that point.

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