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11 hours ago, Mike. said:

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1058294

Another one to check out,

Manta GSI Coupe, no price given so deep pockets required!

Very nice,looks to be an 1800 engine gsi model though🤔

Anyone who can guess the price wins it lol.😉

8 hours ago, H-400 said:

Not far away from my home for sale:

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1065019

last bid (some months ago) was 75000€, not solled…

 

Yes please🤩....28k for a genuine 400 i'm on my way to buy this now🤔😭

lol hairdressers car...😆🙁

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That isn't the first time this "400"was for sale, last time the highest bid was 75000€, not solled...

So you have to grab deeper in your pockets!

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6 hours ago, H-400 said:

That isn't the first time this "400"was for sale, last time the highest bid was 75000€, not solled...

So you have to grab deeper in your pockets!

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Doh! I must of been in dream mode there herman, I thought 28k was a classified ad price,not the starting bid for an auction.....somebody help me😑

So we could be looking at an 120k motor,any predictions anyone🤑

 

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First 400 ever seen with a narrow road kit, which is weird, back in the early nineties, a 400 engine and box was 5k, shell 2k, interior, and other 400 related items, 2k, so you could have built a proper! 400 for approx 9 to 10k, thats alot of profit now 65k and up. Was i sleeping! 

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6 hours ago, H-400 said:

And another "400" for sale in Holland:

https://www.autotrack.nl/tweedehands/opel/manta/42354635?policy=accepted&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F

looks nice, the text says the car is complete redone and in new condition. 

Originally a narrow bodied car. Still with its 6 x 15 Ronals but fitted with i240 wheel arches - unusual choice for a 400 road car...

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32 minutes ago, KAA said:

Originally a narrow bodied car. Still with its 6 x 15 Ronals but fitted with i240 wheel arches - unusual choice for a 400 road car...

that's a bit of a space oddity there for sure,granted there is narrow 400's like hermans/but if your going to put a kit on, its got to be the full fat 400 i'm  afraid.

I tend to think the owner put the i240 kit on to enhance the looks of the car without hacking away the arches which you would of had to do with the 400 kit..... maybe.🤔

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I like the wide body kit on a "400", looks great. But I can't get it over my heart to cut in those arches of my "400".

It's an original B1-400, and those narrow cars seem to be rare. 

Jason, you hit the nail on the head.

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@Jason: Oops, that same hairdresserscar was earlyer for sale and not solled after a bid of 86000€, 

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These things make our passion for owning a classic-cars difficult. Yet are classic cars something like an investment...

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