Hardtop genuine hoist

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Hardtop genuine hoist

Post by Boysie »

I’m selling my Z3 Bmw hardtop hoist
Any Interest please contact me
I paid £170 for this and it was second hand then.
So I’d like to recoup as much as possible,
I’d say £135 is a fair price plus postage that could be around £15-20 as it’s long and heavy.
Collection would be a lot easier for the buyer
It’s in perfect condition.
I’ve taken a few picture but I can’t load on here 🙄
Last edited by Boysie on Thu 31 Mar, 2022 16:33, edited 3 times in total.

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Re: Hardtop genuine hoist

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Hi Ray,

All items in the stock exchange must contain a price. Please can you add a price to your post.

Thanks R.
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Re: Hardtop genuine hoist

Post by motco »

If I may say so, these are very useful. I have one and without it I would have given up hardtop fitting and removing a log time ago. Both my Good Lady and I are no longer spring chickens and lifting the hard top off and then stowing it somewhere became a difficult task. With the hoist it is a one man job (if I'm allowed to say one man). What's more it stows the hard top automatically out of the way. Here's a couple of shots of mine - not taken to illustrate the top but it's a bystander in the pictures.

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