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2001 Robin Hood 2B 2.0
2001 Robin Hood 2B 2.0
IMG_6004 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6005 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6006 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6007 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6008 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6009 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6011 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6013 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6014 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6015 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6016 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6017 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6018 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6019 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6020 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6021 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6022 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6023 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6024 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6025 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 IMG_6026 Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 t (1) Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 t (2) Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 t (3) Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001 t (4) Robin Hood 2B 2.0 2001


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Estimate: £3,000 - 4,000
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Jun 2023
  • Chassis number: 2B140318082000GDW
Robin Hood Engineering Ltd was founded in 1980 appropriately enough in Sherwood, Nottinghamshire. It started out making Ferrari Daytona replicas based on the Rover SD1, along with Super Sevens after production by Lotus ended. The Robin Hood was introduced in 1989 using Triumph mechanicals. The monocoque style chassis was manufactured using a Triumph Dolomite or, later, Ford Cortina and Ford Sierra as a donor vehicle. The Robin Hood policy was for all the bits for a kit to come from a single donor vehicle, rather than a variety of different machines. A new style, more advanced chassis was adopted for the Robin Hood 2B of 1999, as here.

This example was registered in August 2001, and has had three former registered keepers according to its V5C. 4905 miles are showing on its odometer, although this total isn't warranted. However, a check of the online history shows that at the first MoT for which there is any information (June 2006), the mileage was only 3302 miles, and annual use was minimal. The current MoT is valid until June 2023.

The vendor purchased it after it had been stored in a garage for around five years after its previous lady owner passed away. He carried out a service, changing the plugs, leads, rotor cap, cambelt, thermostat, temperature sensor and oil, air and fuel filters, after which it was put through an MoT.

The history folder contains just the V5C along with the current MoT certificate.  

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 22ND JULY BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
Robin Hood Engineering Ltd was founded in 1980 appropriately enough in Sherwood, Nottinghamshire. It started out making Ferrari Daytona replicas based on the Rover SD1, along with Super Sevens after production by Lotus ended. The Robin Hood was introduced in 1989 using Triumph mechanicals. The monocoque style chassis was manufactured using a Triumph Dolomite or, later, Ford Cortina and Ford Sierra as a donor vehicle. The Robin Hood policy was for all the bits for a kit to come from a single donor vehicle, rather than a variety of different machines. A new style, more advanced chassis was adopted for the Robin Hood 2B of 1999, as here. This example was registered in August 2001, and has had three former registered keepers according to its V5C. 4905 miles are showing on its odometer, although this total isn't warranted. However, a check of the online history shows that at the first MoT for which there is any information (June 2006), the mileage was only 3302 miles, and annual use was minimal. The current MoT is valid until June 2023. The vendor purchased it after it had been stored in a garage for around five years after its previous lady owner passed away. He carried out a service, changing the plugs, leads, rotor cap, cambelt, thermostat, temperature sensor and oil, air and fuel filters, after which it was put through an MoT. The history folder contains just the V5C along with the current MoT certificate. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 22ND JULY BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Jun 2023
  • Chassis number: 2B140318082000GDW
Estimate: £3,000 - 4,000

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