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Any ideas?

Post  OSR on Mon Nov 16, 2015 12:46 pm

Don't think it's a Scamp unless it's had a lot of remodelling. Bid up to 630 with 3 days to go which is a lot considering it's un-registered.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mini-Moke-Scamp-Style-Kit-Car-/252163125115?hash=item3ab617ef7b:g:dPsAAOSwu-BWQILF#viTabs_0
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Post  Steve G on Mon Nov 16, 2015 1:14 pm

Pretty sure it is or at least was a MK2. Front bumper, windscreen,and everything rearward of the bulkhead look very familiar.
The arches have had a few extra bit's welded in to angle the corners a bit, not a bad way of doing it really.

If it's got any numbers on the chassis it's quite possible for anyone with access to trade HPI checks to find out it's identity.

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