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Old 3rd August 2020, 14:41   #11
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Saved my Zed from the scrappy. To be fair to the original owner he didn't want to scrap it but his garage bills had racked and then he thought he may have a poorly engine.

Took a couple of years but she was well worth the save.

https://the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/s...d.php?t=216283

You won't get your money back yet buts these cars are worth the effort.
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How many do you have? ��


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Now let me think......3 R45's (2.0 V6 Conn x 2 & a 1.6 Club) , 5 R75's (2.5 V6 Conn SE x 3, 2.0 V6 Conn SE & 1.8 Club SE), 2 MG ZT's (260 SE & a 190+) & a MG ZT-T 2.5 V6.
Not all were rescue cars admittedly but it kind of 'helped' the collecting
I have a 1998 MGF (rescue) & a couple of older (1973 & 78) classic cars too as part of the fleet.


Fortunately, I've been a mechanic/engineer since very young so that helps.
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Saved my Zed from the scrappy. To be fair to the original owner he didn't want to scrap it but his garage bills had racked and then he thought he may have a poorly engine.

Took a couple of years but she was well worth the save.

https://the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/s...d.php?t=216283

You won't get your money back yet buts these cars are worth the effort.

You never know! They’re future classics and are very desirable, and can still keep up with modern cars.


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Now let me think......3 R45's (2.0 V6 Conn x 2 & a 1.6 Club) , 5 R75's (2.5 V6 Conn SE x 3, 2.0 V6 Conn SE & 1.8 Club SE), 2 MG ZT's (260 SE & a 190+) & a MG ZT-T 2.5 V6.
Not all were rescue cars admittedly but it kind of 'helped' the collecting
I have a 1998 MGF (rescue) & a couple of older (1973 & 78) classic cars too as part of the fleet.


Fortunately, I've been a mechanic/engineer since very young so that helps.

Wow!

Great collection.

Do you have a huge garage or keep some in separate places? Great work and keep going I say! hahaha


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