Discussion in 'Introduce Yourselves' started by Grimbo, Nov 5, 2014.
That's what I thought - a personalised or a cheap Irish plate - job done.
They've got age related plates.
They need dateless!
I like it...all the charm of a Split, with the longevity, reliability and low maintenance of a Bay....
Do they do them in Carbon fibre, with Honda engines?
The interior is lovely ,really good quality and looks the part
I'd thought you could get a 60's plate on there?
I think you could. The rule is the other way round.
Looks spot on to me, can I be cheeky though - how much ££££'s?
You can have anything older than it actually is.
I'd go for a dateless
No one would notice until you parked it next to an actual split that is.
I guess the tipping point of worth doing is related to what they cost...is a solid bay worth drastically less than a tidy split?
Personally, I wouldn't have one, but purely because if I wanted a split I'd buy a split.
They do look good on the photos; I'd be interested to have a good look at one to see how well it's been done. It'd also be good to see them parked with some proper splits to see how noticeable it is as @Moons says.
What do you mean by dateless? Q plate?
presume he means ABC 123 for example.
I'd go for mid 60's nobody would give them a second glance.
Ah I see
£18,500 for both
Please can you put a scooby in one. And really yellow snow off the nobs.
I have to agree with ricky I reckon that's a snip, sod the purists! I've seen bays that cost that and don't look as good as one of yours, and you have 2! What could possibly go wrong.
That sounds like you got a good deal - 2 good bays could be a lot more than that.
It makes you wonder what you could get 2 good bays off them for doesn't it!
The conversions must have taken a lot of man hours...
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