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    The course of our ruble against the dollar has become quite low.
    Therefore, the idea to sell my Excalibur in America, home.)

    What do you say, colleagues, whether it can be interesting to someone of you? Price $ 24,000.
    Donor Town Car 1998, transferred to the Excalibur in 2011.
    The project cost about $ 65,000.
    Stored in the garage. Looks great.
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    I don't think it'll sell for $24k in the US. That styling is not very popular here. The problem with any custom car is that it's pretty much geared only to the liking of the person that actually built it.
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    It wont sell for that much, its true value is around 10

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    May be interested based on the name and our companies name. May I have pictures of interior? The donor car was stretched by which company, Krystal, Executive Coach, Royal, Federal, etc. How far are you willing to move on your price? If you don't want to post you may message me as well.
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    Coach Builder: DaBryan.







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    I would change the rims and tires to something more like this to give it that correct look
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    21 000 $.
    Respectfully yours Grishaev Pavel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vintage Limos View Post
    I don't think it'll sell for $24k in the US. That styling is not very popular here. The problem with any custom car is that it's pretty much geared only to the liking of the person that actually built it.
    And Andrew would know, since he has some vintage vehicles. It is cool looking, though.

    All aside, I don't think I could get used to the steering wheel!
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    I might be willing to take this off your hands....How about some pictures of the rear of the vehicle (Rear tail lights and trunk), also how much would it cost to ship it to the USA?
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    On the question of shipping in the US and Canada will respond within the next days.
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    Thank You
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    Like the Excaliber Limo from Canada, I would like one to go with our companies name. But for my market it would have to seat 8 or more in back, so I'll reluctantly pass.
    I think it's worth a lot more than 10,000 though. The ones that are selling for that price are older and in pretty rough shape. I agree with Badger Limo it could use some more period correct wheels. Other than that, a work of art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur Limousine View Post
    May be interested based on the name and our companies name.
    Quote Originally Posted by excaliberlimo View Post
    Like the Excaliber Limo from Canada, I would like one to go with our companies name.
    That's not an Excalibur limousine though.
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    Shipping in the US would cost about $ 3000.
    Know the exact figure in the near future.


    Yes, this is not the Excalibur.
    This replica.
    Respectfully yours Grishaev Pavel.

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