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4 minutes ago, Rootes75 said:

Does that mean they didn't quite meet their reserves?

 

4 minutes ago, Rootes75 said:

Does that mean they didn't quite meet their reserves?

It was an executors estate sale there was no reserve its up to the vendor to decide if the price was acceptable,...I would think yes..

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Thats £15k plus around 10% commission plus 20% of the 10% commission which comes to about £16800 for the "cheap" one.  But I guess if a dealer buys it and spends £5k on a tidy up there is still some profit if its sold on for £25-£30k.  Frankly - nuts!  Although - look at the prices being asked for very average Land Rovers!

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Can’t imagine there’s much profit, both jeeps have apparently sat for 40 years, a very nice running and driving original British Jeep was recently sold on eBay, advertised for 20k and It took sometime to sell. 

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