Vauxhall Carlton 2000. Kent. £2,200.00 35 years old with only one owner from new, (can no longer drive), low mileage. Looks deliciously original. Negative - short MOT, it has a very clean MOT history and looks very sound so probably no major issues for new ticket.
VW Caddy pickup.Yorkshire. £1K Ifor Williams canopy. Vendor is being disingenuous about MOT having 'just expired' it has recently failed on lots including welding - could be used to leverage price down.
Montverdi Safari, assumed light project. London. £30K. Montverdi was a small-scale manufacturer of Swiss luxury performance vehicles. This was Switzerland's answer to the Range Rover in the 70's. Very rare. Might be only one in UK? Probably Chrysler 5.2 litre V8, (although it may be the 7.2 litre). LHD. Switchable 4WD and period executive appointments.
Thanks, it was definitely priced at £3K as it had been included in the 'cars for sale £2.5K - £5K' section. The vendor had presumably been inundated and realised his error and corrected. I don't know what they're actually worth but £30K would seem to make more sense if you consider classic Range Rover values.
Volvo 360GLS. Cardiganshire. £2,200.00 3 door. Driving, full MOT. Low mileage. Perfect MOT history, (with mileage discrepancies, probably tester error). I would suspect this is an elderly-owner car, possibly original owner?
1948 Alvis TA14 project (for the brave!) Mid Glamorgan. £600.00 I think essentially what you're buying here is a log book, a number plate, a box of bits and half a ton of rust but I doubt that you'll ever see an Alvis this cheap again.
With a lot of work and vision, could one day look something like this;