LHD vs RHD price gap.

LHD vs RHD price gap.

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Calcifer

Original Poster:

23 posts

77 months

Friday 17th February 2017
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I've been looking at the market and CSL prices.

The cheapest RHD can be purchased for mid £40's but LHD are late £70's.

Any there any relevant reason?!

padc1

63 posts

141 months

Friday 17th February 2017
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I understand a UK rhd car was sold recently and is on its way to Germany to be converted to lhd

I'd have thought the cost involved wouldn't make this a very profitable solution

NIgt3

511 posts

147 months

Saturday 18th February 2017
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padc1 said:
I understand a UK rhd car was sold recently and is on its way to Germany to be converted to lhd

I'd have thought the cost involved wouldn't make this a very profitable solution
If you take the normal scenario of, the cheapest rhd csl in the U.K. Is mid 40's and the cheapest lhd csl in Europe is mid 70's then yes it does seem a good idea, but I'm not convinced a converted steering wheel car would be worth as much in Europe!