Car For Sale Landrover Discovery 3 Stormer Edition, 2006 "06" Plate, 80,000 miles, FSH, Metallic Grey, very nice condition in & out. £16,500 ono.Call/text 07976 204442 Tweet Comments Showing 12 of 12 Finella F 2 years ago Hi - do you have any pics ? Simon G 2 years ago Hi,Yes, lots, if you drop me an e-mail address I can send them.Simon Matthew G 2 years ago Simon can't you just attach them here? Just press the "Click to add an attachment" option when you're writing a comment! Simon G 2 years ago Oh yeh, so here are a few pics. Obviously the private plate does not come with the car, but it is up for sale if any one is interested?It is supposed to look like 'GROVE' and I am looking for offers around £4,000.- Irksome 2 years ago Its supposed to look like GROVE on what planet? Looks very much like C 8 0VE to me.I've never been able to understand the mentality of someone who would spend £4K on a numberplate, let along £16K on a 6 year old 80K Land Rover but good luck to you ... btw on Autotrader there are some similar vehicles for about £8K. Simon G 2 years ago Its a free world, you get your chance to make derogatory comments, I and others like to spend our money on things that others think are expensive. By the way there are also other similar vehicles with more mileage for £20K. Simon G 2 years ago You could look at it as a tax free investment, vehicle number plates go up in value, they have a better return than cash in the bank!!!! Irksome 2 years ago I wasn't aware that I made any derogatory comments - I simply explained that a) I can't understand how a number plate can be worth thousands of pounds especially that one and b) that £16K for a land rover seems a hell of a lot when you can buy an apparently similar one for a lot less. Matthew G 2 years ago A capital gain made on selling a cherished number plate is taxable. See http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/cgmanual/cg76928.htm Anne F 2 years ago @Irksome - you were derogatory actually - Simon is just talking about selling a car & you launched an attack on his number plate & his choice to spend his own money as he wants to - a right we all have. Grow up - if he was saying he was a better person for having something like that, fair game, but it was off-topic and uncalled for. Not in the Streetlife spirit... which could be said for a lot of your other rather nasty comments. Irksome 2 years ago No, I didn't launch an attack at all. Nor did I criticise Simon for spending his money as he wants to. I intimated that he was trying it on asking for £16,500 for a 6 year old Land Rover with 80,000 miles on the clock (with kerned alloys etc) and then having a laugh asking for £4K for a ridiculous numberplate - however there are mugs out there so I am sure he will be successful someday.Streetlife spirit - do you drink it or are you supposed to wake up at night in fear of it? Nicholas G 2 years ago In the '80s I remember being given a lift in an 8 year old Capri the headlining was torn the dash was a mess of wiring spaghetti my driver told he wanted to sell it. To make conversation I asked "How much?" He said two and a half grand I snorted and said 'Its too old for Glasses" meaning it did not have a trade value. He looked at me really offended and replied "It's got a two grand paint job!" Comments are closed. Why not start a new conversation?