1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

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Re: 1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

Post by Can-Am ZN » Fri 01 Jul 2016, 14:23

barrydorr wrote:
...My restoration crew.. ;)
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How did you get them to be so diligent, Barry?! 8O
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Re: 1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

Post by barrydorr » Fri 01 Jul 2016, 16:05

Can-Am ZN wrote:
barrydorr wrote:
...My restoration crew.. ;)
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How did you get them to be so diligent, Barry?! 8O
My kids know me and they know how much I like classic cars, everywhere we go and they spot a older car they will tell me "kyk Pappa, n ou tydse kar"
They always want to help in the Garage and they love it when i get them involved as in this picture.

Maybe one of the reason i should just hold on to my bakkie... :?
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Re: 1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

Post by Can-Am ZN » Fri 01 Jul 2016, 16:59

barrydorr wrote:
My kids know me and they know how much I like classic cars, everywhere we go and they spot a older car they will tell me "kyk Pappa, n ou tydse kar"
They always want to help in the Garage and they love it when i get them involved as in this picture.

Maybe one of the reason i should just hold on to my bakkie... :?
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Re: 1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

Post by FPT » Fri 01 Jul 2016, 21:57

Keep it, you will be sorry when it is gone.

Even at R100k, what then? These are everday enjoyable investments for you and your family. Just educate them on what the value is should the inevidable happen.
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Re: 1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

Post by zahistorics » Fri 01 Jul 2016, 22:45

FPT wrote:Keep it....
There is a man who practices what he preaches :)

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Re: 1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

Post by barrydorr » Sat 02 Jul 2016, 12:45

FPT wrote:Keep it, you will be sorry when it is gone.

Even at R100k, what then? These are everday enjoyable investments for you and your family. Just educate them on what the value is should the inevidable happen.
I hear you...but in the end of the day it not about the money for me anyways...I am no dealer and not in it to make any profit...
All i want is a good home and a fair price...

I am already reconsidering holding on to it, but there are so many cars I want to own or have owned. But I just don't have the space.
It is getting crowded now at home with 4 classics and 2 daily's and an offroad camp trailer
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1974 Opel Manta 1900 DL
2008 Mitsubishi Outlander

1972 Toyota Corona MKII 1600 - Bakkie (SOLD)
1991 Opel Kadett GSi 2lt-16V Superboss (SOLD)

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Re: 1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

Post by Johann65 » Sat 02 Jul 2016, 13:52

I am still crying over the 65 Malibu I gave away!! :cry:
And the Kommando with Z28 conversion!! :cry:
The Opel Rekord is NOT FOR SALE! :twisted: :twisted:
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Re: 1972 Toyota Corona MKII - Pick-up

Post by FPT » Sat 02 Jul 2016, 18:06

barrydorr wrote:
FPT wrote:Keep it, you will be sorry when it is gone.

Even at R100k, what then? These are everday enjoyable investments for you and your family. Just educate them on what the value is should the inevidable happen.
I hear you...but in the end of the day it not about the money for me anyways...I am no dealer and not in it to make any profit...
All i want is a good home and a fair price...

I am already reconsidering holding on to it, but there are so many cars I want to own or have owned. But I just don't have the space.
It is getting crowded now at home with 4 classics and 2 daily's and an offroad camp trailer
Owned or want to own is not an option.

It is about owning. I get the creeps if someone walks up to me with one of my cars and say "I used to have one". So what bro? You lost it!

Space can always be sorted to keep them. I live in a normal suburb with a relatively normal common house, I have all 12 of my precious ones under roof.

Keep it!
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