1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

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les
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

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Well I suppose they can hope!

Plin
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

Post by Plin »

:shock: I daren't take our van out of hibernation now! Looked up the pick up for sale on the same site and my jaw dropped even further!!

les
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

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I’ve not seen a pickup that expensive before but I’ll certainly review when I sell mine! ——- and it’s got the proper timber floor!

PoolGuy
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

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The pick up has been reduced, it was £27k + when it first went on sale.

Were the original wooden floors a single piece?

les
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

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The floor is a 2 part affair, the join is in the centre of the shock absorber cross member.

PoolGuy
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

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les wrote:The floor is a 2 part affair, the join is in the centre of the shock absorber cross member.
Thanks Les, that’s how mine is but that pick up looked like it was one piece.

les
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

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Yes it is fitted with one piece of timber, no big deal I suppose but for that sort of money, perhaps it is.
Maybe I read too much into these things, they make be wonder about other details, however it does look a smart pickup.

PoolGuy
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

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I agree, for that money it should be A1.

moggybrian
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Re: 1967 van for sale at Charles Ware's

Post by moggybrian »

Hello Guys & Gals
If that is worth that sort of money!!
what is a 90% + original 'signwritten' van worth?
and in "working" road legal condition,
with all it's written history & receipts from day one!?
Brian 8-)

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