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Author Topic: 2000 Sedan at ACA  (Read 2605 times)
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Rust , What Rust !! I don't See any rust !!!

« Reply #15 on: 02 January, 2021, 02:59:59 PM »

It's a nice looking car , it seems to be widely advertised in classic cars magazine and the internet , I'ts strong money for a 2000 sedan but if you compare it to other mundane classic car saloons on sale at the moment it looks like good value .
It would be interesting to see if there is anyone outside the Lancia fold willing to take it on .
most people shopping for a classic saloon car in Britain or Ireland would be looking for a simple  home grown product like a Ford or Vauxhall , Unless they are into superb engineering  and fine build quality it wont be on their radar.
The 2000 saloon was my first Lancia love when a neighbor had one in the early 70s  , Iv'e been smitten ever since .
The crunching gearbox  doesn't sound great nor does the noisy  exhaust , but if you were to restore one to the condition the body is in you would surely  spend in excess of £8,000.00 .
It's worth bidding on but don't get carried away  Smiley

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1991 Thema station wagon
1989 Thema 16v
2011 Lancia Delta 3

1977 Beta sedan 2000
1975 Fulvia S3 1.3
1973 Flavia HF 2000 Coupe
1972 Fulvia S2 1.3
1989 Thema 8.32
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« Reply #16 on: 03 January, 2021, 09:48:25 AM »

Wise words, Dave.
 I suspect the interest will be confined to us Lanciisti. The documented values of the 2000 Sedans are too low to attract the trade and/or wider audience.
Good point about the cost of restoration to this standard although many would argue that a restoration, however good, cannot replicate the feel of a very good condition  original.
Like you my love of Lancias was first kindled when my older brother bought a 2000 Sedan in the 1970s!

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« Reply #17 on: 03 January, 2021, 12:46:15 PM »

I thought the exhaust sounded blown. Not sure about the gearchange noise although I was surprised to hear it.
Has the car ever had much corrosion related bodywork done like subframe mounts, wheel arches or door bottoms?

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« Reply #18 on: 06 January, 2021, 06:43:21 PM »


Iím sure that most of you know already but for those who donít, the ACA auction has been postponed until 13th/14th February.


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« Reply #19 on: 28 February, 2021, 02:36:24 PM »

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« Reply #20 on: 28 February, 2021, 02:54:51 PM »

Wow what a result, plus the other Lancias that went through. John Read was watching online through his TV with the family in tow. Gonna cost him a few treats! Anyone on here buy it??

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1978 Beta 2000 Sedan (from new)
1974 2000
1982 HPE1600
1982 Gamma Coupe
1978 Spyder 200ie
1975 Fulvia S3
1979 HPE 2000
1989 Thema 8.32
1988 Y10 Fila
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« Reply #21 on: 28 February, 2021, 05:13:49 PM »

Yes, you could watch it all on their YouTube channel live as they went through. I feel that it also helped contribute to the high bids and can see it will continue to work that way once the world settles down again, not just open for people to get in the way, It's always been havoc there when I've been, sardines waiting for your toes to get run over, much safer for all concerned this way. Viewing can be done prior by appointment so it all makes sense.
But yes, what a result.
And who would have thought a Bond Bug would make £27k!
The Fulvia sport Zagato made good money considering condition, around £12k if I recall. Likewise the Beta Spyder did well, MonteCarlo too at just shy of £20k.
E type that still needed loads of time and money throwing at it for over £50k anyone? Well, someone thought it worth doing!
Only bargain I saw go through was a Karmann Ghia, not my cup of tea at all, but it had been media blasted and primed which most likely put people off. For me it meant you could see what you were buying rather than shiny paint over rust and filler, looked to have most parts in the car and stuff isn't that hard to find with its' Beetle heritage. Not expensive I thought at around £2k, or look at it another way for the price of stripping, blasting and priming your car you got a Karmann Ghia for free! 
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