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  • #095 sold today, and will live in CA...
    Rijk

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    • Awesome - Rijk, do you know if socal or norcal?

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      • Originally posted by Matinik View Post
        Awesome - Rijk, do you know if socal or norcal?
        Socal. A friend of the guy that just bought #144...
        Rijk

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        • Originally posted by F Spider View Post
          Socal. A friend of the guy that just bought #144...
          It's getting crowded down here.

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          • Originally posted by F Spider View Post
            #095 sold today, and will live in CA...


            Yes hes my buddy.....argh! I want one.
            We are in Socal


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            • Originally posted by Plastique999 View Post
              Yes hes my buddy.....argh! I want one.
              We are in Socal


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              This is the dilemma of selecting one.

              The "no miles" cars are by now up to 12 years old. Sitting is much worse for a car than driving. One should really replace every piece of rubber internal and external. These cars are generally not serviced, and that in itself might be a good thing, because nobody messed with it. Asking prices of the no miles cars have gone up ranging from $300K to $500K

              The cars with mileage are ranging from $175 to 275K. Almost all will take a lot of patience to get them sorted out. I'm the first owner of #207. It was the factory show car. When I got it there were more than twenty things 'wrong'. Some obvious, some hidden. While being able to drive without problems, over a period of two years (weekends) my friend Tom and I took care of it all with full support of the factory. Once sorted, the car is very reliable.

              Of course we also did a lot of rare Spyker upgrades....
              Rijk

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              • Originally posted by F Spider View Post
                This is the dilemma of selecting one.

                The "no miles" cars are by now up to 12 years old. Sitting is much worse for a car than driving. One should really replace every piece of rubber internal and external. These cars are generally not serviced, and that in itself might be a good thing, because nobody messed with it. Asking prices of the no miles cars have gone up ranging from $300K to $500K

                The cars with mileage are ranging from $175 to 275K. Almost all will take a lot of patience to get them sorted out. I'm the first owner of #207. It was the factory show car. When I got it there were more than twenty things 'wrong'. Some obvious, some hidden. While being able to drive without problems, over a period of two years (weekends) my friend Tom and I took care of it all with full support of the factory. Once sorted, the car is very reliable.

                Of course we also did a lot of rare Spyker upgrades....
                Mine is working just fine thanks

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                • Originally posted by mrobin33 View Post
                  Mine is working just fine thanks
                  You are driving yours. That makes all the difference....
                  Rijk

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                  • Spyker #171

                    http://www.dupontregistry.com/autos/...ker/c8/1717429
                    Rijk

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                    • Originally posted by F Spider View Post
                      Canadian $ or US $???
                      Rijk

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                      • Originally posted by F Spider View Post
                        Canadian $ or US $???
                        Canadian

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                        • Hi all- Do we know about this one ?
                          asking a low price.. (imho)
                          who is owner? is there a"story" on the car ? anyone have any ideas ? thx- Kurt

                          https://www.championmotorsinternatio...yder-c-822.htm

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                          • Sold. On it's way to LA...
                            Rijk

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                            • Fellow enthousiast ?

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                              • There's a Preliator for sale in Florida:
                                http://www.naplesmotorsports.com/veh...0a46ae8c097309

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