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Re: Book Sale

Postby Bob Bull » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:37 pm

JERRY KNIGHT wrote:What about the tennis racket Bob ?



Some Jock called Murray bought it Jerry, I think he has done quite well since he has been using it.
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Re: Book Sale

Postby machiel kalf » Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:12 am

Dear Bob,

Sorry, to say, but I was hoping they, the magazines, where older. Normally I search in those magazines for everything that has to do with Morgans. I cut that out and put it in my archive. The rest goes in my "old paper container".

I think, if I see the years/ dates you mentioned, the beginning of the Eighties, was not the most interesting period in Morgan history. To pay let's say £80,- for some scrap book pages, is a lot of money.

So, Bob, sorry, to say, try to find someone else who is interested.
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Re: Book Sale

Postby Bob Bull » Fri Feb 17, 2017 11:27 am

No problem Machiel, it will save me a lot of effort shifting so many heavy bundles. Anyone interested in old magazines will always have certain periods in mind, and it will also save John some space in his Morgan.

I will try and put together an album of 'Historic Morgans' from my collection for your archives sometime, once I have worked out which ones are old enough to qualify.

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Re: Book Sale

Postby machiel kalf » Fri Feb 17, 2017 11:36 am

Thanks Bob. That very much appreciated!

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Re: Book Sale

Postby Mary Lindsay » Fri Feb 17, 2017 1:56 pm

I think, if I see the years/ dates you mentioned, the beginning of the Eighties, was not the most interesting period in Morgan history.


I have to differ with you there Machiel !

In the years 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1984 we drove a Morgan Plus 8 in the Willhire 24 hour race and the 1980 event was Britain's first ever 24 hour race. There were several Plus 8s in those races.
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Re: Book Sale

Postby Bob Bull » Fri Feb 17, 2017 2:32 pm

Not too late to change your mind Machiel ...................... before Mary snaps them up. :)
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Re: Book Sale

Postby Mary Lindsay » Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:00 pm

Also of course the Plus 8s that took part are eligible for Machiel's Morgan Historic Register and I know for a fact that at least one of them has registered with him.... :wink:
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Re: Book Sale

Postby machiel kalf » Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:15 pm

Mary Lindsay wrote:
I think, if I see the years/ dates you mentioned, the beginning of the Eighties, was not the most interesting period in Morgan history.


I have to differ with you there Machiel !

In the years 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1984 we drove a Morgan Plus 8 in the Willhire 24 hour race and the 1980 event was Britain's first ever 24 hour race. There were several Plus 8s in those races.



Hi Mary,

No doubts about that. "The problem" is that I have to pay £100,- to get that in my archive.............Is that the value of some articles.......... I was hoping for a gift.

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Re: Book Sale

Postby Bob Bull » Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:24 pm

Machiel,
How much are they worth to you? I am sure they are easily worth the £20 per year, but if you want them I will refuse no offer for the lot, just to get rid of them, but hurry I still have some in the loft and I shall be leaving early tomorrow for Silverstone.

You can probably make a profit at the Spare Fair. :(

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Re: Book Sale

Postby Bob Bull » Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:38 pm

Collectors item; Mike Hawthorn, Golden Boy. Limited edition, mint condition in original box, and unread. Selling for up to £175 on Amazon. Yours for £120.00 delivered to a circuit near me. :(
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Re: Book Sale

Postby machiel kalf » Fri Feb 17, 2017 4:54 pm

Bob Bull wrote:Machiel,
How much are they worth to you? I am sure they are easily worth the £20 per year, but if you want them I will refuse no offer for the lot, just to get rid of them, but hurry I still have some in the loft and I shall be leaving early tomorrow for Silverstone.

You can probably make a profit at the Spare Fair. :(

Bob.



OK Bob, I pay £20,- for the lot. What do you think?

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Re: Book Sale

Postby Bob Bull » Fri Feb 17, 2017 5:35 pm

machiel kalf wrote:
Bob Bull wrote:Machiel,
How much are they worth to you? I am sure they are easily worth the £20 per year, but if you want them I will refuse no offer for the lot, just to get rid of them, but hurry I still have some in the loft and I shall be leaving early tomorrow for Silverstone.

You can probably make a profit at the Spare Fair. :(

Bob.



OK Bob, I pay £20,- for the lot. What do you think?

Machiel.



You've got a deal. You can pay JB cash if that makes life easier, use Pay Pal or bank transfer, whatever suits you best.

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