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Is my Hustler six-wheeler kit worth anything?

I have a Hustler six-wheeler kit. Do you know what it's worth?

Asked on 13 June 2018 by brian

Answered by Keith Moody
Styled by the late William Towns after he left Aston, the ‘Hustler’ was a kit-car designed to accept Mini engines and running gear. Resembling a larger and squarer Mini Moke, around 80 kits were thought to have been sold during the 1980s. Given the strong market for Mokes, Hustlers have a following in kit car circles. Indeed, one was offered at auction ten years ago for £22-£26k, although I don't think it sold. And therein lies the problem - the Hustler is rare enough to command a premium, but there aren't many buyers who want one. There's actually one for sale at auction later this month with Brightwells. Reg BRO536F it has an estimate of £6500- £8.500. It's been fully restored and up-rated with a lively 1275cc HiF38 engine, LCB RC40 single-box 2in twin-exit stainless exhaust system. It has front disc brakes with four Minifin-braked rear hubs and original restored Weller wheels. Also of note are LED lights, half-leather BMW seats and additional gauges in a bespoke dashboard all completed to a high standard.
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