Thread: Good sites for used rally cars
10th October 2017, 11:43 #1
Good sites for used rally cars
Looking for good used rally car site besides rallycarsforsale.net, rally24 and motorsport-sales.
Specifically I would like links to sites in countries like Latvia and Estonia. If you have links to site in your home country please share .
Also I was not sure where to post this, but if it needs to be moved please let me know.
Thanks in advance!
10th October 2017, 16:34 #2
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Carandclassic has a fia race car section, normally has a few rally cars in there that are based all around Europe.
10th October 2017, 19:00 #3
Thank you @Norm75, will take a look.
12th October 2017, 08:43 #4
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The biggest used car selling site in Estonia, which also has competition cars, is: http://eng.auto24.ee/kasutatud/nimek...=1&otsi=search
Then you can check here sometimes: https://www.rally.ee/?a=a031&f=1
Finland is also quite near: https://www.nettiauto.com/en/listAdv..._find_agent&PN=adv_search&PL=en/advSearch.php?id=155648768@tb=tmp_find_agent
Sweden could be counted as well (some great deals for roadcars, haven`t searched for racecars): blocket.se
Mostly they are (also) advertised on those sites mentioned above i believe.
I have also seen, that there`s also an interest in R4 cars and protos. Well, quality is so and so, but mainly responsible for building rallycross and proto class chassis`s and supplying them with bodywork details in Estonia is Reinsalu sport (reinsalusport.ee).
Last edited by Tarmop; 12th October 2017 at 12:26.
12th October 2017, 17:13 #5
Was just on Auto24 and they have interesting cars for sale. The asking and selling price of rally cars is an interesting one. The sold prices for an Evo X R4 are in the 50k range while most are asking in the area of 70K.
12th October 2017, 17:39 #6
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13th October 2017, 09:33 #7
Hey John, lived in the states for many years. At that time had no money to rally. After realizing you need to work hard to make a penny I had no time and money.
I’m finally in a place where I can afford to do a few rallies each year. I’m now in Australia, but the rally market is fairly weak. Not looking for an R5 car or anything, but a misterbichi or Subaru would be nice.