• davidanderson
    13 July 2011 at 06:07 #48358

    I have a v12 instruction book in leatherete binding circa 1938
    in first class condition, my wifes uncle owned and raced the car
    Also some pics only 200 cars were made , and a lot scrapped I think this book to be rare can anyone state me a value
    DAVID

    h14
    13 July 2011 at 09:55 #48360

    David,

    It might be a better approach to let us have details of the car…registration number (and chassis number if known). Then, if the car still survives, the current owner has the opportunity to buy it…it is after all part of the history of that particular car.
    Value wise…you won’t be able to take early retirement! I paid ?12 for mine in the 1980s. I also knew of someone who had something like 50 left over old stock from the factory, so there are probably more handbooks than V12s.
    Would be lovely to see some of the pictures, if you can download them without too much trouble.

    petemick
    17 July 2011 at 11:55 #48363

    I need a genuine instruction book for my V12 De Ville, if you decide to sell please advise me.

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