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buggyfan
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Louis Coetzer collection auction

Post by buggyfan » Sun 15 Nov 2020, 13:59

http://icandicq.co.za/HighStreetCar/index.html

Over 140 cars to be auctioned. Check out the Capri 1600 gt

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paulusvrotius1
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Re: Louis Coetzer collection auction

Post by paulusvrotius1 » Sat 21 Nov 2020, 11:22

Nice Capri and the Renault R10 Alconi, I used to have a white one in the early eighties.
Cheers

My AMC:
1971 Capri Perana Yellow/Blk.


Old Fords never die because some clotheads keep bodging them back together!!

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Re: Louis Coetzer collection auction

Post by Gavin RS » Thu 26 Nov 2020, 10:25

I went to have a look at the cars last Friday. some cars still to come, very nice assortment . I will be going to the auction
1984 Rover Vanden Plas V8 (Historic Race car)
1986 Rover 3500 Vitesse (UK Import Ex London Police Car)
1983 Rover Vanden Plas undergoing conversion to race car.
2009 Ford Territory ST,
2006 Ford Fiesta 1.6 Auto, daily driver

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ZA Perana
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Re: Louis Coetzer collection auction

Post by ZA Perana » Wed 16 Dec 2020, 18:47

Looks like some cars made some decent money.
Alfa GTV 3.0
Ford Capri Perana V8
Chevy Lumina Supercharged

Wait not for tomorrow to do what can be done today, live each day for one knows not what the next day may hold.

johan wepener
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Re: Louis Coetzer collection auction

Post by johan wepener » Sat 19 Dec 2020, 09:03

The prices of neat original unmolested cars especially 1965 to 1980's are going up and up

irrespective of Covid 19 and all other sort of adverse economic factors.

It is proven beyond doubt that old vehicles is a good investment. Not easy due to storing space

etc, like the share market for instance, but nevertheless an investment.

And a good reason to convince your dear wife why it is also in her best interest to

buy that oldie. But that also works only to a certain point....

Johan
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