iMiEV on Pickles Auction house

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iMiEV on Pickles Auction house

Post by jonescg » Thu, 24 Jan 2019, 14:23

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Re: iMiEV on Pickles Auction house

Post by T1 Terry » Fri, 25 Jan 2019, 15:17

It will be interesting to see just how much a roughly 9 yr old iMiEV reaches at auction. Being a council fleet car I would think the servicing would have been by the book and there was mention of a recently replaced battery.

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Re: iMiEV on Pickles Auction house

Post by Taehendesune » Tue, 19 Feb 2019, 04:12

Does anyone know what this went for?

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Re: iMiEV on Pickles Auction house

Post by RG2000 » Wed, 20 Feb 2019, 19:44

Hi all, Since I am stalking this forum to find my first Ev thought I might contribute :)
The bidding reached over 17k and didn't meet the reserve!
It may have been sold via negotiation after the end of the auction as it hasn't popped up at pickles after the initial auction.
The condition was overall excellent, scratches around the key barrel and the shift lever area was the only issue that stood out.

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Re: iMiEV on Pickles Auction house

Post by T1 Terry » Thu, 21 Feb 2019, 22:47

RG2000 wrote:
Wed, 20 Feb 2019, 19:44
Hi all, Since I am stalking this forum to find my first Ev thought I might contribute :)
The bidding reached over 17k and didn't meet the reserve!
It may have been sold via negotiation after the end of the auction as it hasn't popped up at pickles after the initial auction.
The condition was overall excellent, scratches around the key barrel and the shift lever area was the only issue that stood out.
If you live in the Adelaide area, try to get along to the next SA branch meeting and meet a few of the locals that have their vehicles up for sale, might be something amongst them that interests you

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