FOR SALE RHD 1974 Bay.

Discussion in 'Late Bay Classifieds' started by Lulu Silvertree, Apr 1, 2019.

  1. Ned is a much loved 1974 Australian import, this makes him a historical vehicle so exempt from road tax. He is right hand drive which is great for families, as you can easily unload onto the pavement rather than the road and for seeing round counrty roads. 1.6 petrol engine, pop top roof with slide out boards which sleeps two rock and roll bed so in total sleeps 4. Inside has a small fridge, sink, double gas burner (which we removed but can be easily put back), as well as lots of cupboard storage. Has CD / radio speakers fitted in the back, USB ports and 3 point seat belts fitted in the back. We have had Ned for 11 years during which time we have lavished him with both love and attention. He has been proffesionally waxold soon after purchase, approx 3 years ago we had the bodywork professionally de-rusted and resprayed and he has been kept in a garage ever since. MOT exempt but regularly checked over and tinkered with by professional mechanics. Price: £22,000 offers welcome.

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  2. Baysearcher

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    Looks nice.
    Price?
     
  3. Yes it would help if it added that on... we are looking for £22,000
     
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  4. Lovely Oz bus , just like mine
    Good luck


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  5. This isnt a dig or anything but I thought Oz busses the wipers went the other way ?
     
  6. Baysearcher

    Baysearcher [secret moderator]

    Must have had a new front panel I guess.
    It’s definitely an Oz roof.
     
  7. I wondered if the wipers had packed up and there are a lot more LHD style so easier to weld holes up and drill new. Not having a dig just curious. Probably better for next owner as its easier to get the other wiper set up.
     
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  8. I imported mine from Australia and it arrived with " European " style wipers...It confused me, as their was little sign of any welding having been done.
     
  9. Hi thanks for the interest in Ned, not sure about the whole wiperblade thing. It was restored down in Devon and we brought him mid restoration when he was just a shell being dipped to remove the black and white paintjob, so i can only assume they were changed over then...
     

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