When you're in for a Birchall McCoy, this may be the time to take your chance as several have made it to the market in the last couple of weeks, with prices going up quickly now, or so it seems. Let's have a closer look at them.
Up next, is a body shell in Lincoln. An unwanted project, says the seller in his ad. This McCoy does come with valid registration though - a Q-plate dating back to december 1986. Ad here.
This blue car has turned up for sale in Kings Lynn. The seller states it comes with massive history file including wiring diagrams, receipts for parts, details of work carried out and even a log of petrol used! Ad here. Oops - just sold for 2,500 GBP.
Then, there's a red car in Hull, looking just about as good. It's based on a 1979 Mini 1275 GT, says the seller and he also states the car comes with a history file including the original purchase invoice, previous annual test certificates, McCoy Owners Club magazines and more. Ad here.
Last is a car that was recently sold at an auction, but which I want to include here never the less. It's another good looking example and was estimated to sell at £1500 - 1900. That proved to be a judgement too low as it made £2450 + buyers premium. See it for yourself on the auctioneers website here. I told you Mini derivatives are in the lift…