Wheeler Dealers - Dodge Charger available

Wheeler Dealers - Dodge Charger available

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205alive

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6,087 posts

179 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C236058

To quote:

"We are selling a 1970 Dodge Charger. The car is currently undergoing a refurbishment for a TV programme.

Year: 1970
Engine: 383 Magnum V8
Mileage: 74350
Price: £24,995 ono

The car is a US import bought in a dry state so it is LHD. Black. Power steering. 4 speed pistol grip manual transmission.

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The bodywork on the car is immaculate and nothing has had to be done to the interior. Underneath it is structurally very sound with none of the rust often found around the suspension mountings on these cars.

The car is in Berkshire. We’re looking to arrange viewers over the coming two weeks. Only serious interested parties please.

If anyone wants further details or to arrange a viewing please email me: matt@attaboytv.com. Please note that any potential buyer may be filmed for the television programme."

Go on, I dare ya!

Zippee

13,519 posts

237 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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Thats a stunning car, def one of my lottery win purchases. Shame they're not uprating the brakes though as IIRC they're rather poor in standard form.

hesnotthemessiah

2,121 posts

207 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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'Might go in wi me size 10s on' and bid him £15,000' biggrin



edo

16,699 posts

268 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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hesnotthemessiah said:
'Might go in wi me size 10s on' and bid him £15,000' biggrin
hehe

I thought WD always bought cars for about £5k??

J4CKO

41,972 posts

203 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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"Go, Ill Ave a deal with ya, hold owt yer and"

I actually like Wheeler Dealers and quite like Mike Brewer, there I said it biggrin

Stu R

21,410 posts

218 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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I'd sooner buy a car from Quentin 'Clockingmaster' Wilson.

V88Dicky

7,312 posts

186 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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Who'd a thunk it! The most expensive car on WD to date (I think), is a crappy old Yank tank.

hehe

Spitbarnatt

87 posts

186 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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I saw a Delorean come through a local shipping company with WheelerDealers plastered all over the windows so no doubt that'll be up for sale soon too.

AndrewW-G

11,968 posts

220 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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advert said:
Status: Private
As Brewer is a trader, shouldnt the advert be trade . . . . .

stabilio

576 posts

174 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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Why have they parked it in the middle of a field to take the pics?!

greeneggsnsam

618 posts

159 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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J4CKO said:
"Go, Ill Ave a deal with ya, hold owt yer and"

I actually like Wheeler Dealers and quite like Mike Brewer, there I said it biggrin
I've met him, nice guy. The 'old aaat yer 'aand stuff is a bit of a joke to him as well I think.

I think the most interesting thing is that the ad sort of debunks the whole "the crew are the buyers" thing that floats around.

Nedz

2,439 posts

177 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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Has it been re-sprayed by Edd China with his satin black aerosol...hehe

wackojacko

8,581 posts

193 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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Very nice, manual aswell !


They are certainly going up in the world they should do a TVR griffith or Cerbera at some point biggrin

Sline

498 posts

201 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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Paddy_N_Murphy said:
Cool as fk but that Gear lever is a crime to Petrolness. Nasty nasty thing



Is it not original?? I know the Challenger had the "pistol" shift from stock.

BDR529

3,560 posts

177 months

Thursday 14th July 2011
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Very cool car biggrin Might watch Bullitt now..

V88Dicky

7,312 posts

186 months

Friday 15th July 2011
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Sline said:
Paddy_N_Murphy said:
Cool as fk but that Gear lever is a crime to Petrolness. Nasty nasty thing



Is it not original?? I know the Challenger had the "pistol" shift from stock.
A Hurst 'PistolGrip' Shifter is it not. Veerry comfortable to use apparently.

Chicane-UK

3,861 posts

188 months

Friday 15th July 2011
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Yep - an original piece that, I think! Got a nice bit of retro value to it IMHO! smile

Another Wheeler Dealers fan here.. it's all a bit formulaic and Brewer can be a bit annoying but given the absolute dearth of motoring shows on TV, especially ones that get involved with the oily bits (is this one of the only ones?!) I think it deserves more support from petrolheads!

Brewer seems like a top bloke though and very hard working. I've had my car on club stands at the NEC Classic Car Show, where they run a wheeler dealers live stage show. At the end of the show, when all the punters leave, he doesn't just sod off back to the hotel and leave the crew to do the tear down - he's been on stage all day, and proceeds to help get all of the kit taken down and packed away with them. And the occasion we got to talk to him, he was very friendly. Top bloke.

monthefish

20,449 posts

234 months

Monday 20th May
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V88Dicky said:
A Hurst 'PistolGrip' Shifter is it not. Veerry comfortable to use apparently.
It is wink

plfrench

2,547 posts

271 months

Monday 20th May
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That’s one hell of a thread resurrection to say that biggrin

carinaman

21,466 posts

175 months

Tuesday 21st May
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plfrench said:
That’s one hell of a thread resurrection to say that biggrin
Indeed, I was thinking '£25K, it'll probably fit in the garage...