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Old 04-04-2005, 17:01   #1 (permalink)
Ian Rawlings
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FS: 110 hard top and brownchurch roof rack

Hello all, I have a 110 hardtop including side panels and rear door
with heavily tinted security glass for sale, I don't need it any more
as I prefer my ragtop (famous last words). There's no sun roof,
there's no windows in the sides, the rear door has a wheel carrier on
it and it's all in great condition. Arrow red in colour, and I'd
expect that all the bolts/screws are there but am not 100% certain.
They're all standard stuff anyway so you can get them locally easily.

I've also got a Brownchurch heavy-duty roof-rack with bracing struts
(the struts need body drilling if you want to fit them but they're
totally optional) and rear ladder. All bolts/screws should be there
but if any are missing they're standard items that you can get from
local shops. All other metalwork is there. The roof-rack's been used
probably about twice so it's almost new, although it's been outside
now for about a year but the galvanised coating should see off the
elements. The roof-rack clips onto the gutter and extends the entire
length of a 110 roof.

Any offers on this lot? I don't mind selling the hardtop or the roof
rack seperately but am not prepared to sell the hardtop components
seperately, e.g. I won't sell the rear door alone.

I'm in Dorset and am in no hurry to sell so if someone wants to make
an offer then fine, otherwise I'll get around to auctioning it all on
ebay sometime. If you make a low offer I'll probably refuse, at least
until I get an idea of what these things are worth ;-)

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Old 04-04-2005, 18:01   #2 (permalink)
Andrew Renshaw
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Re: 110 hard top and brownchurch roof rack

Hi,

I am interested in the roofrack - Im off to Africa in a few months for four
months driving, seriosuly how much do you want for it? I would pay for it
now but probably not be able to pick it up until May.

Andrew


"Ian Rawlings" <news05@tarcus.org.uk> wrote in message
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> Hello all, I have a 110 hardtop including side panels and rear door
> with heavily tinted security glass for sale, I don't need it any more
> as I prefer my ragtop (famous last words). There's no sun roof,
> there's no windows in the sides, the rear door has a wheel carrier on
> it and it's all in great condition. Arrow red in colour, and I'd
> expect that all the bolts/screws are there but am not 100% certain.
> They're all standard stuff anyway so you can get them locally easily.
>
> I've also got a Brownchurch heavy-duty roof-rack with bracing struts
> (the struts need body drilling if you want to fit them but they're
> totally optional) and rear ladder. All bolts/screws should be there
> but if any are missing they're standard items that you can get from
> local shops. All other metalwork is there. The roof-rack's been used
> probably about twice so it's almost new, although it's been outside
> now for about a year but the galvanised coating should see off the
> elements. The roof-rack clips onto the gutter and extends the entire
> length of a 110 roof.
>
> Any offers on this lot? I don't mind selling the hardtop or the roof
> rack seperately but am not prepared to sell the hardtop components
> seperately, e.g. I won't sell the rear door alone.
>
> I'm in Dorset and am in no hurry to sell so if someone wants to make
> an offer then fine, otherwise I'll get around to auctioning it all on
> ebay sometime. If you make a low offer I'll probably refuse, at least
> until I get an idea of what these things are worth ;-)
>
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Old 04-05-2005, 15:01   #3 (permalink)
Ian Rawlings
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Re: 110 hard top and brownchurch roof rack

On 2005-04-05, Andrew Renshaw <andrew@nospam> wrote:

> I am interested in the roofrack - Im off to Africa in a few months
> for four months driving, seriosuly how much do you want for it? I
> would pay for it now but probably not be able to pick it up until
> May.


[posted to the group for the benefit of any other potential takers]

Well these things cost 400 quid from brownchurch and mine's basically
as good as new, so how about 200 notes? If you can find cheaper
elsewhere then let me know as I don't know how much is a good price
second-hand. I reckon half the new price is good enough. I will
check the condition tomorrow during daylight hours in case something's
happened to it in the year or so it's been in storage but it's
galvanised metal so I doubt much will have changed.

As for picking it up, the easiest way is to drive the vehicle here and
we'll fit it to the gutter mounts, it's so large (full length of the
110 roof) that it won't really fit anywhere else! You could then fit
the body struts and ladder if you feel like it at a later date.

If you want to carry on making arrangements, email me using the
address in the header, it's valid.

Cheers!

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