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Pricing for 74 2000 Touring


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I am sure you could spend anywhere from $5K to over $15K, depending on model and condition. It sounds like the one you are looking at is a pretty good representation. Pics and price would help to evaluate whether or not is is a good deal. As you can see the range is broad. Really nice examples could easily get more that 10K. I really enjoy mine, it is a 1802 with 4 speed, but still the most fun I have ever had in a car. My 76 2002 Standard body hasn't moved since I bought the Touring.



1974 Inka 1802 Touring, New Daily Driver

1976 Inka 2002 Original Owner (adopted by Scott B.)

My Roundies are bigger than yours

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Looks decent in the pics for sure; maybe a good respray.

M reg would mean that it was 1st registered between 1 Aug '73 & 31 July '74.

If the VIN falls between 3440001 & 3441537 then it's an "early" model manuf between 9/'71 & 8/'73 noted as 2000 Touring. If the VIN falls between 348001 & 3480339 then it's a "late" model manuf between 8/'73 & 4/'74 noted as a 2002 Touring. Actually, I think they changed 2000 to 2002 badges earlier in '73 but this is what the book states.

If it's $8k (and not £8k) then, providing it is at the better end of the scale, it's probably an ok price. Tourings can be had in the UK for a wide variety of prices depending, of course, on their condition. I would want an inspection at that price and a new MOT certificate.

If you do get it, please let me know the dtls etc and I will add you to my list of North American owned Tourings.

lescartwright at juno dot com


'74 '02 - Jade Touring (RHD)

'76 '02 - Delk's "Da Beater"

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