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Aston Martin Newcastle are delighted to offer for sale this extremely special Lotus Evora GTE. Number 20 of 20 ever produced. Only one private owner from new the car was registered on October 1st 2015 and has since covered only 1,300 miles.

Finished in classic Lotus Motorsport Green with Yellow stripes and black interior. The car is left hand drive and has the brilliant ips gearbox.

Offered in pristine condition this is a highly specialised car which we are looking for offers in the region of £100,000.00.

For more information or to discuss serious offers only please contact Iain Norton on 07718124384 or e mail [email protected]

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Yep. It would appears as if some of the ‘flippers’ are beginning to surface. 

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What's your definition of a flipper? Mine would be to buy and sell at a higher price within a tight time scale. Yours? Maybe it's my impression of the term flipper, I tend to take it as derogatory.

 

Trevor.

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Who wouldn't want to sell a car for more than they paid for it? We're all flippers given the chance aren't we?

I guess it's a shame when people who are only interested in the opportunity to make money are fuelling prices beyond some of the people who'd really love the car. But I don't think this problem applies to any Lotus cars yet. Prices of the classics have risen but are still lagging way behind the more prestigious marques. We're a long way off attracting speculators on new limited run cars.

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That's just normal price rising in a market. A flipper is surely someone after a quick profit. If I buy a house and sell it two years later am I a flipper?

 

Trevor.

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36 minutes ago, Trevsked said:

What's your definition of a flipper? Mine would be to buy and sell at a higher price within a tight time scale. Yours?

Someone who appears to have bought a car, sat on it for a couple of years (1300 miles??!?) and then selling it on for 20% profit. 

 

1 minute ago, Trevsked said:

If I buy a house and sell it two years later am I a flipper?

If you only bought it with the intention of making a quick buck, then yep. 

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No way is that a flipper. That's someone who sadly doesn't use the car and my betting is he bought the car thinking it would devalue but didn't know by how much. 

 

Trevor.

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27 minutes ago, Bravo73 said:

Someone who appears to have bought a car, sat on it for a couple of years (1300 miles??!?) and then selling it on for 20% profit. 

 

If you only bought it with the intention of making a quick buck, then yep. 

So you're calling Ishy a flipper then?

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Nothing wrong with buying a weekend sports car and selling it after two years.

Looks amazing.

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The tone of this thread almost feels nasty very quickly.

 

Maybe, just maybe, Ishy has enjoyed the car and his circumstances have now changed. For the record, for me a flipper would have flipped this car long ago and usually what they try to sell is their place in the queue.  That is one stunningly beautiful Evora for sure.

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I thought Flipper was a dolphin.

This GTE is flipping gorgeous though.

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For the record..., I love the car but just simply never drive it.

Didn't buy it with the intention of not driving it, just find that with 3 road trips each year plus my race/rally commitments I simply don't get enough chance to drive it, it's not been an easy decision to sell, every time I see the car I change my mind but it frustrates me that it's just not getting used.....

Still think that it's a better car than anything else Lotus has to offer including the new 430 obviously just my opinion!

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