|Clive Brown 1||23/10/2020 20:53:43|
|538 forum posts|
Here's one for the vintage machinery enthusiast:-
|561 forum posts|
Interesting but I cannot see how to get a half million pounds in art work plus some profit out of it. Probably not worth that money in scrap value either.
|old mart||23/10/2020 21:08:20|
|2219 forum posts|
Do these things actually sell at the prices asked?
|Speedy Builder5||23/10/2020 21:18:56|
|2145 forum posts|
Half a power plant for a TSR2 !!
|Jonathan Garside||23/10/2020 21:38:13|
|47 forum posts|
£565,000 and cannot even spell metre !!
|487 forum posts|
Over half a million quid and you only get 300 Nectar points!
|Mick B1||23/10/2020 22:00:05|
|1776 forum posts|
To make furniture? There's nothing on it flat enough to balance a cup of coffee!
Edited By Mick B1 on 23/10/2020 22:00:26
|Robert Atkinson 2||23/10/2020 22:55:11|
825 forum posts
As a "collector" of turbine engines and having experience of putting reheated ones in a car, I can tell you this is not worth £565,000 as an engine. Generally the bigger the engine the cheaper it it is. If it can't be flown it's just a display piece or someting to put in a vehicle or run as a stationary engine. Generally it is easier to do this with smaller engines. Even the most valued ones like the Allison / RR C250 turboshafts go for 4 or 5 figures not high 6 figures. They have some scrap value but not much.
|larry phelan 1||24/10/2020 10:19:13|
|869 forum posts|
Would make a nice Christmas gift for S-W-M-B-O !
Problem is How could you tell them apart ????
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