Re: 110 hard top and brownchurch roof rack
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.
"Ian Rawlings" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> 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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