Originally Posted by aka rover
Paul what are you using to get a starting price off of your car? NADA priceing just curiose. looks like a great car.
I think this car being car 146 of 175 built in 75 will to the right buyer bring low to mid 20s. it has all its original parts and the motor is a numbers matching which is getting reworked to go back in car. It has the 3.0 ltr to be able to enjoy car while other motor gets work.
Shipping is the easy part put it in a container and send it south.
I paid $11.8k for my SC (fair price) a year or so ago and have over $19k into it now. Having AC that actually works is a big deal in the hotter states. So I have a $13k car & $2k for the AC, which I think is pretty fair. Anything over that and you get into '86+ territory, which I can't compete with. Heck, for $20k you can get a G-50 car and they are the most desirable by a long shot.
Current fleet: '85 Ninety 3.9 V8i Auto SW, '95 Discovery (restoring it for my Nephew),'07 BMW 335Xi.
Past Land Rovers: '96 Discovery SD, '00 Range Rover HSE, '04 Discovery SE7, '07 Range Rover HSE, '08 LR3 SE7.
Past fleet: '89 Classic Mini, '83 Porsche 911 SC Coupe, '89 911 Carrera targa, '96 911 Carrera 4, '07 Toyota FJ Cruiser, '04 Mini Cooper S, '11 Mini Cooper S Countryman All4.