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Hot!$133K RS3100

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Timmo
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2020/11/23 10:32:44 (permalink)
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$133K RS3100

Was wondering if anyone knew who paid $133k for the RS3100 at the latest Shannon's auction. An overseas collector maybe?
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    BEEVEE
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    Re: $133K RS3100 2020/11/23 11:05:54 (permalink)
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     Imagine what else you could buy for $133,000 ?  

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    Re: $133K RS3100 2021/01/24 04:29:31 (permalink)
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    I would also be interested to know who bought this. 
    I believe this car is YXF568N originally from the UK. I have an interest as my father owned this very car in the late 70s/early 80s. It came after after a series of mk 1 and 2 Cortina GT/2000E. I remember him not being convinced by the boy racer looks of the rear wing so had it removed. 
    Fond memories as a passenger and I even had a rare chance to drive it once as an impressionable teenager. 
    Very pleased to see it still looking good!
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