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Why is is a daft price for a correctly registered tidy looking Scamp
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Mike W wrote:Why is is a daft price for a correctly registered tidy looking Scamp
Hi Mike, I think that you will find that most Scamp Owners judge the value of a Scamp on what they paid for theirs. £2.5k for a very basic MK2 does seem a little on the high side. But as with anything, it is worth what someone is prepared to pay for it.
I think that the majority of us are not truly keeping up with the value of anything that is classic Mini based. And the days of buying a Scamp taxed and tested for £500 is just about gone.
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