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Cooper in California

Joshua Mackay-Smith

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Joshua Mackay-Smith

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...actually, I'm not certain that the Cooper is in California or whether Bator International is the seller or is listing it on the seller's behalf, but there it is in any case.
 

ClassicBiker

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Joshua,
Thanks for posting. Did you read some of the comments on the BAT site? I just read them and laughed. Worried about what class it would be eligible for:rolleyes:. If I could I'd it buy just to blast around the neighborhood.:D If an Ariel Atom is legal on the road I don't see why that wouldn't be.
Steven
 

davidd

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It looks like a nice car. A MK6 sold in 2011 for about half the price, although it is hard to keep up with these things. The eligibility is a big issue if you want to race, but I would guess that you would not have an issues. SCCA and the historic clubs usually only require an original frame plate as a threshold issue, which it has. I don't see too many upgrades except the silencers, which would be appreciated or more likely removed. Modern carbs are often allowed. I would love to build one from scratch, but it would not be eligible for anything.

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David
 
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