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#1 Vickster1



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Posted 10 December 2013 - 02:58 PM

Dear All


I am currently looking for a MkI Mondeo for a photoshot to illustrate a Practical Classics buying guide. The car needs to be a standard spec car but any spec will be considered, basically the car should be non-modified. Ideally the car needs to be a 'colour' as white cars tend to get lost in a white studio and black cars can make the page look very monochromatic, but this can be worked with.


The studio where the shoot will take place is in Derby so the car needs to be taken there, but we do pay fuel expenses up to £100 so hopefully this widens the search area to a few people.


Also the owner will get a set of the pictures from the day for their own personal use along with a copy of the magazine.


We do have a few weeks to sort this so if you are interested please drop me a line either via this forum or to:


along with a photo or two that I can put under the Art Ed's nose for reference and I can answer any further questions that you have regarding the shoot.

Many thanks for your time.

Vicky Dredge

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 03:16 PM

Unfortunately I sold my mk1 a while ago


Does that mean mk1 Mondeos are regarded as classics?

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 03:32 PM



I will say yes to the classics question. There are many ways of saying cars are classics but I think one of the most basic is the insurance way, so cars that over over 15 years and certainly over 20 years are regarded as classics. The MkI certainly falls into that now so should be considered for a buying guide.




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