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sell whole or break?

Mr D

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Been thinking of selling up for a good while now.

Have owned the scoob for 7 years in june and i feel its time to let her go.

Getting a range rover sport to roll in.

I'm in no rush to sell so am i right in thinking shes worth more in bits?

Car in pic same model as hendos 52 JDM type ra

Maintained and Rebuilt totaly by carnetix and tracktive all its life

20,000 miles on rcm omega hc pistons scdb ran it at safe 450ish but olly clark told me it could go 550 or more.

6speed jdm box rebuilt by david api 1200 miles

ap clutch

Ap 355 6pots

perrin fmic

garrett gt30

Hydra nemisis ecu

So what do you guys reckon break her or what?

Would appreciate your opinions on this.


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deffo far too nice to break.

you will prob get a premium for it being a spec c and for whats been done to it...if you are in no rush wack it on piston heads for nowt and test the water....i dont think it would hang around for too long thats for sure.....

but if you would get more breaking it and you can be bothered then do it....not sure how spanner handed you are mr d??? more than me no doubt.....

or just sell it to hendo, you know how much he loves it....

you rolling in the range with ya bling bling rims......thats how we roll in skegvegas!!!!!

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