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    Hi there

    I think we need a "E-Bay Finds" section for "Series Ones"

    Please feel free to add to:

    All the best

    Wayne
    Last edited by Lotz-A-Landies; 20th November 2009 at 12:06 AM. Reason: expired ancient ebay ads

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellard View Post
    Hi there

    I think we need a "E-Bay Finds" section for "Series Ones"

    Please feel free to add to:

    The first is unique: ... ... All the best

    Wayne
    This list of ads was a bit of a case of if you want something done, then you need to do it yourself. The 1948 steering wheel had been promised to someone else and there were other bits as well that weren't supposed to be listed.

    I am sure that we will see some of the ads pulled before the auctions end.

    However I would have loved to see the welder restored by the vendor, he did such excellent work on his 1950 and S2 ute they are far better now than they were when they came off the production line.

    C Ya
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    Hi there

    The old S1 gear is becoming quite a collectable.

    I suspect the welder will also go for big dollars - I also hoping stayes in Oz.

    All the best

    Wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Numpty's Missus View Post
    Can't believe the prices some of this stuff goes for on ebay

    Pork Pie lights above went at $382 & $370 per set
    Steering wheel $256
    Numpty

    I paid about $400 to have my steering wheel and centre repaired by Pearlcraft and that didn't include fixing the elecrtical bit on the horn button.

    I know Chazza (like many of us) has a wheel that is only a bare metal ring. Some time ago we were discussing making up a replacement rim by using split poly pipe as a mould and filling it with a polyurothane resin then shaping and polishing the result. This all takes time and I am sure that with only a few months left before Cooma $256 would be a bargain for some people.

    With the welder - it sure looks to be the genuine thing even with the wrong windscreen, but the limiting factor will be that the vendor is not interested in dispatching it overseas. That should limit the oportunities for it to migrate.

    At least I won the spare lenses for my 1967 at a reasonable price.

    C Ya
    Diana

    You won't find me on: faceplant; Scipe; Infragam; LumpedIn; ShapCnat or Twitting. I'm just not that interesting.

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    Did anyone see it while it was active and before it bloomed?

    Diana

    You won't find me on: faceplant; Scipe; Infragam; LumpedIn; ShapCnat or Twitting. I'm just not that interesting.

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    Hi there

    Its is amazing the price some of this gear is achieving.

    For some time now I have never locked my shed when away on shift up north - this has now changed.

    Well all the best

    Wayne

    PS even the S1 rear PTO unit currently $510.00 (with 4 days to go) but if you read the fine print $250 for freight costs makes it quite expensive.

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    G'day All, It must be bored and stroked and a lot if other things to be 4.2 ltr anyway I would pay a $1.00 for it but it's way too far away for me, cheers Dennis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Numpty's Missus View Post
    Screwdriver is wrong, it should be a wooden handle driver.

    Diana

    You won't find me on: faceplant; Scipe; Infragam; LumpedIn; ShapCnat or Twitting. I'm just not that interesting.

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    I think their claim that it is completely restored is a bit over the top - more like a tidy up. Likewise I think the price is a bit steep.

    But then again - there is a buyer somewhere for every car.

    Garry
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    Quote Originally Posted by garrycol View Post
    I think their claim that it is completely restored is a bit over the top - more like a tidy up. Likewise I think the price is a bit steep.

    But then again - there is a buyer somewhere for every car.

    Garry
    I would agree Garry. A very steep starting bid for what appears to be a 'tidy - up' as you have said.

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