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Old 12-01-10, 08:47 AM   #1
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Fuba Electric Antenna, cleaned, greased, rebuilt with new mast. Perfect working order. 200 including delivery. james@kvquattro.com
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Old 14-01-10, 04:01 AM   #2
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200?

seems a lot for an aerial?
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Old 14-01-10, 06:02 AM   #3
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It's the electric one. Includes a new mast which is 30ish, so really 170. Includes delivery too.
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Sounds reasonable if delivery included. These were never cheap when new and although could really do with a spare for mine, my funds are needed elswhere at the moment, like getting uprated main radiator from Radtec for 380
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As I said, I'd be prepared to entertain "swaps" on this if funds are an issue.....

I have a number of these, and also a certain amount of spares for them. I also have 2 new ones, but the fixed masts are incorrect, and need to be swapped for the type 85 version.
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Dear Noel Edmonds

i have a patio heater and a Dyson DC07 for swap

fair price btw!
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Noel..... "Get this bloke from up North Cheggers, he wants to swap a Patio Heater for one of theose quattro aerials!"....


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Sounds reasonable if delivery included. These were never cheap when new and although could really do with a spare for mine, my funds are needed elswhere at the moment, like getting uprated main radiator from Radtec for 380
I take it this is an original rare item, to command such a high price. ???

Excuse my ignorance, but I still don't understand why it cost so much?

personally , wouldn't you lot rather spend 40 quid on a regular electric aerial? and spend the other 160 on something else?

Clearly i'm missing something.
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Its simply the price that is paid for originality. The less of something that exists and the more people want it, the more expensive it becomes.

I was throwing away Mk2 Escort grills with the FORD letters on them 25 years ago, 100 each now for a good one.
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you are yes, it was unique to the car, the aerial is amplified and the mast is quite short, approx 2 foot....they are quite hard to find working if at all.
James has , as i have in the past had to make a good one out of his stock.
it is an item on a Ur that instantly looks wrong if missing or broken, anal but true and whenever i have looked at a car to buy its on the checklist to see if its present and correct!
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