Hows this for a 2000 Mk 2????


Ssom
08-06-2002, 02:32 AM
http://www.autopoint.co.nz/marketplace/UsedCarDetail.asp?ID=2065692&Criteria=%40Make%3D%27TRIUMPH%27%2C+%40OrderBy%3D% 27P2%27&NoOfRecs=5&PageNo=1&chkRows=500

Makes me wish I had $12,000 (Well actually doesn't, because I know I'd blow it on a Subie SVX :D )

also here is an odd one, I didn't know they made Estate versions.....:confused: :confused:


http://www.autopoint.co.nz/marketplace/UsedCarDetail.asp?ID=1792257&Criteria=%40Make%3D%27TRIUMPH%27%2C+%40OrderBy%3D% 27P2%27&NoOfRecs=5&PageNo=1&chkRows=500

Moppie@af
08-07-2002, 07:51 AM
That my little friend is called OVER PRICED!!


The estates however are very nice looking cars, and actualy handle a bit better than the sedans. But they are rather rare, as they were only made in the UK, and by a seperate coach builder. (the same ppl that made XJS's and other Jags into Touring models.)

Ssom
08-08-2002, 04:26 AM
Originally posted by Moppie
That my little friend is called OVER PRICED!!


The estates however are very nice looking cars, and actualy handle a bit better than the sedans. But they are rather rare, as they were only made in the UK, and by a seperate coach builder. (the same ppl that made XJS's and other Jags into Touring models.)


hmm.....seems OK to me.....

BUT.....As for the Estate, I knew it was rare, as I have never seen one (But seen a million sedans) I think they look rather interesting though.

But being made in the UK would make them somewhat like the Stag, Unreliable with a capital U, are they the same coach-builders that make them XJ8 hearses that the royal family get buried in???

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