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Would you keep Snow White Too or buy the Last Mondeo ST

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#1
Neil

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I have no idea how much it is going to cost yet.

 

Would you sell, what could be a rare colour ST TDCi Estate, 1 of 5 purchased and employed by Avon and Somerset Police in Diamond White No2, for the very last, by Vehicle Identification Number, Mondeo ST built?

 

She's an ST TDCi in Stardust Silver built at the end of the Mk3 production.

 

Keeping both is not an option  :nope:

 

 


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Royle_STV6

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Is the silver an estate or saloon? That's the only instance where I would 'maybe' vote against the white unicorn.

I would personally stay with rarity, over the last model. So if a silver saloon and last one made I would potentially change my mind.

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Neil

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It's an estate.


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#4
Royle_STV6

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It's an estate.


Makes it a little tricky for yourself as the estates do look nice and not as common.

Personally still keep the white one, you know everything about the car and what you have done to it 👍

#5
Helieandgareth

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Is last on the production line really a kudos thing and ex police and white will always command a premium if you ever come to sell more than last of production line I would of thought.

First off production with mag pics etc be different story.
Plus where that white 200 :) both together is a rare sight.

#6
Kieran Pons

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White for me.

It would be a shame to have to explain to everyone you meet that my car is actually rare but you wouldn't know.

As you have the perfect flag waving example, I'd stick with it. As above you know the history.

#7
PeteST

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I'd stick with the white one, although the silver one is the last, to most people silver is a common colour, the white certainly stands out as being more special without having to explain the story 👍

#8
Helieandgareth

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To late he brought the silver one lol

No idea if Neil did but dont think it on eBay no more

#9
markjlev

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The white one is a better looking car for me and one more likely to hold any kind of future value.

But Im biased 😊😊😊
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