In Reply to: Re: Turner GT Coupe One of Ten posted by James on Sat, Apr 16 2016 at 08:46 PM CDT:
: : : : : I sold the last one 7 years ago to graham for what I believe a good price for condition (less than 1500. see monthly classics april 2016. Then take into account the money spent on parts and time spent plus quality of finish achieved. Then if you want a gt, find one ( rare as hens teeth only 5 known + 5 missing) it would only then depend how much you would like to pay. Priceless.
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: : : : : Can anyone say with any reasonable certainty what a decent Turner GT coupe, one of the ten made may be worth? Has any of these been sold within the last ten years?
: : : So you sold it for less than $1,500?
: : no English pounds and it was in a state, see magazine
: Any idea what his finished car is worth in today's market??
I would not like to guess the price of a car that is unique, I am a turner sports 62/544 60/386 fan so would never buy a gt model anyway. The sports models that are restored to this level are in the range of 15000 plus price when you can find one, the gt model being one of five remaining and one of two now drivable on the road would command a price far in access of what I would pay and the seller chould name his price to the right enthusiast.
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