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If you have a few hundred grand to spare
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This came up on the ATF forum, not Austin related but there is some exquisite bodywork on show

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#2
Love love love the 1912 panhard.
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#3
The 1932 Delage with Chapron body is interesting; a spitting image copy of William Lyons' SS1 -I wonder who copied whom?
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#4
Some of the guide prices are mental!
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#5
Debs is expressing concern for my wellbeing. All she can hear is groaning sounds and me whimpering 'Oh my goodness I need that!'
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#6
A Kettenkrad, splendid, always wanted one of those plus a Messerschmitt 262 to be towed by it!

BMW 328, double splendid!

Alpine Renaults, Citroen Tractions...even more splendid!

Arthur
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Retromobile is well worth a visit, and then there’s the Auctions that are on at the same time.

I was there a couple of years ago as a Retirement treat.

No Austin 7’s but a nice Dixi Saloon was spotted.

The Autojumble is to die for!

Bill G
Based near the Scottish Border, 
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#8
With prices listed in excess of €3m how much for the one where the reserve is available on request?
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