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  1. It's already written into UK law that we can sell old spec deacts outside the EU, that's why all the big dealers are still listing old spec (you can also hire and lease them into your collection). Once we leave the EU it's a green light again UNLESS they re-write that part of the policing and crime act. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2017/3/section/128/enacted .
  2. The gun barrel holding up the barn roof was pretty cool.
  3. They were going round kicking cars out of the display fields every morning.
  4. We are squeezed up on outer Monktons, Americas was closed (at capacity) by Tuesday morning and there was camping overflow into the support car park area. Only 6 public portaloos in the whole of our field and 5 were overflowing with sh1t by Wednesday night so we set up a driving rota to take the kids to the main loos in the brick building which still worked. It's hot, it's dusty, the drinking water is labelled not fit for drinking unless boiled but the show must go on and the atmosphere is brilliant.
  5. US title worked for me when I registered my '44 Ford a couple of years ago. I had lined up an MVT verification but cancelled them when the V5 arrived.
  6. No need to relax any gun laws, it's already written into the legislation that these can be sold "as is" i.e. old spec to any non EU country. Why do you think all the dealers are hanging onto old spec stuff ?
  7. £100 to have it welded solid, just wait till we leave the EU next spring and you can sell it as is.
  8. The Capel show is almost exactly as you described which makes it so fantastic to visit.
  9. Exactly what I thought at the time, I offered 7.5K cash which I thought was fair but he was not even dropping a fiver off the price.
  10. Chap wants £10K but I don't have the space to pull the pack out on my drive. I have left it for the moment while I work out prices for parts and see if it's possible on my budget, I can see past the cosmetic work.
  11. Hi guys, went to look at a Mk2/3 today, just wondering how much it will cost to get back on the road. Yes I know how much is a piece of string, but someone on here has probably had worse and knows where the money will need to be ploughed into. It was driven on a flat tyre until the wheel station went bang then left outside for years. bins rusted solid, no brakes, tyres badly cracked, everything corroded. Interior and engine bay flooded with water/mud Plus points, does start and run roughly, will move under it's on steam, turret turns, lights work.
  12. Tricky one, especially as the guys rebuilding them (UJS) have a waiting list at £26500 I guess this means private sales prices are bound to fill the gap. The last few basket cases on ebay were 5-7K and I don't see that many nice ones available.
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