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#1 OFFLINE   JohnK

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 12:58 PM

So, I’m having a bit of a clear out. A number of factors but mainly a lack of motivation/interest, no time at all due to work and needing to top up the house refurbishment fund really…

If you’re interested in anything let me know and we will see if we can come to some arrangement, there could be a slight bit of movement in the prices.

As well as below I also have the Montego Diesel which will be up for grabs in a couple of weeks but I will probably do a separate thread for that. If anybody has any interest in it though then feel free to drop me a message but I need to get some use out of it as it is my only current road legal car with a towbar.


1992 ‘J’ Peugeot 309 1.9 Diesel - £300
MOT: May 2017
168k

Got this off derskine a few weeks back, she is in good condition. Engines absolutely sound and it drives well, although the O/S/F driveshaft is clicking away so that will need to be done at some point.

The rear seat bench is a different style to the rest of the interior. 2 keys.

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1997 ‘P’ Jeep Cherokee 2.5 Petrol - £495
MOT: February 2017
146k

Got this off my mate to settle a debt that I was owed. She’s not a bad old bus actually, great for OMGOFFROADKAOS, tyres are pretty much brand new.

The non-V8 petrol probably isn’t the best engine combination in these but she’s not too bad, MPG is around low 20’s. Has a winch bumper fitted, but no winch. One of the sills will likely need a tickle with the welder ready for the next MOT.

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1972 ‘L’ Triumph Toledo 1300 - £1300
MOT: March 2017
42k

I bought this last year, sold it to PBK in May and bought it back in July. Thing is, I had so many plans for it but no time to start any of the work and my Cortina still has some outstanding work which I started a few weeks ago and simply have not got round to sorting.

She’s not in bad shape, minimal rust. It has had a blowover in the past and it isn’t the best job and quite patchy in places; Ken did have a go at polishing it up and some areas it has come up really well.

To drive she is spot on – always starts first time, interior in good condition just needing a bit of a clean. I’ve got absolutely tons of photos of this car and there is a fair bit of history with it.

She flew through her MOT in March and has probably only done around 600 miles since!

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2002 ‘02’ Vauxhall Omega 2.2 CD Auto - £450
MOT: 12 months
97k

I’ve had this sitting at my lockup for a couple of months now – it’s my dads old one but he replaced it with the MV6 (below) so this became surplus to requirements. I will put a full MOT on this for the buyer.

She’s not in bad shape, some dings/marks around the body and bubbling on one of the rear arches. Quite economical for a 2.2, EML intermittently comes on and then goes off, I’ve read the codes in the past and cleared them (can’t remember what they were now) but she drives spot on and it’s nothing which affects MOT emissions or anything as it only needed a backbox and wiper blades last year to go through it’s MOT.

NB - it does have a matching set of wheels (all 4 are the same as the front one in this pic - the odd wheel is just because we had a puncture before a long trip)


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2001 ‘Y’ Vauxhall Omega 3.2 MV6 Auto - £600
MOT: 12 months
160k

Bought from ColC earlier this year for my dad to replace the above with, but he’s now ended up with the ex-SpottedLaurel LS400 which he much prefers, so I had this back off him. The MOT has lapsed on this one at the end of July so I will throw it in and sell with a fully MOT.
This car defies its mileage completely – timing belt was done at 152k, it has a folder of history with it and drives so much better than my 2.6 MV6 which only has 94k on it!

Good tyres, it has an Irmscher front grille, finished in petrol blue, the only downside really is the dent in the N/S/R door, which really needs sorting as the car is immaculate otherwise. No rust on any of the arches which is getting rare now. She flies as well

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1982 ‘X’ BMW 728i Auto - £600

I’m reluctant to get rid of this but it’s one of those cars that is just sitting there and I know will still be there in 12 month time waiting for me to even get started on it.

She’s currently a non-runner, I believe it’s the distributer at fault. I did have her running about 3 months ago but she was lumpy and misfiring, she’s had all new service parts fitted about 6 months ago after its last round of not starting. I’ll be quite honest I don’t think she will need much to start and any prospective buyer is welcome to come and tinker at their leisure, but realistically I could just do with the space.

Pretty solid all round and in good condition, she doesn’t need any welding and I can’t see any evidence of previous welding. Unlike a lot of E23’s which rot from the inside out this seems solid in most areas.

Inside it has some crappy seatcovers fitted, the rear bench is in a poor state which I’m guessing is why they’re on – the previous owner had a dog and I think his claws are what has started unpicking stitching etc.

115k on the clock and when I brought her back up from London last year she drove faultlessly.

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 01:36 PM

So your dad got rid of an Omega because it wasn't an LS400?

Sounds familiar.

Good luck with the clearout and hope you get your mojo back though. Didn't even realise you had such a huge fleet!
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Posted 12 August 2016 - 01:53 PM

The Pug and Beemer have me a little moist!

 

For anyone interested in the Toledo I can confirm that it is a very solid thing. The only real bit of rust on her is a few bits on the drivers door, however, it is very fixable. The interior is a nice place to be and I had almost fitted a satnav power socket (just needs plumbing in). The engine is a beauty. The car was repainted in a possible Ford colour (Fjord or Maritime Blue), a proper comparison will be required as this was a quick look at the paints in Halfords. The non standard blue does suit. The respray was an 'at home' one and could be much better. I did try and polish it up but the depth of paint is very variable. A sweetheart of a car that would not take too much to sort and well worth the price. 


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 01:55 PM

Would on the Pug if I could :)


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#5 OFFLINE   JohnK

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 01:59 PM

Didn't even realise you had such a huge fleet!


There's another 7 on top of what is mentioned above!
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Posted 12 August 2016 - 02:22 PM

Mmmm, Jeeps. 2.5 four-pot though. But winch. But...


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 02:30 PM

Mmmm, Jeeps. 2.5 four-pot though. But winch. But...

 

That's a usable off roader for not a lot of money IMHO.

 

Given the cost of Mud Terrain tyres and given it's got a steel box ladder chassis and proper axles, you should just buy it.



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Posted 12 August 2016 - 03:19 PM

Dat Omega tho. (the 3.2 of course)


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 03:31 PM

Hmmm...

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I iz scarerised...


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 03:42 PM

That e23 looks far more together than ones I've seen at 3 or 4 times the price; it looks like it would fettle to a lovely car

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 03:47 PM

E23 will take very little to make a very nice car, which is why I bought it. Alas I've poured all the money I should have spent on this on my other E23 which is no bad thing, but I think this one would see a better life elsewhere.

More pictures of each car are available on request.

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 03:59 PM

Oh jesus christ. I even have family relatively, not a million miles away, close enough,to you.

 

Want the 309 and the E23. Baaaad.

 

 

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Just for the LOL'z, MOT history on the 309, I almost wish it wasn't a mistake!:

 

  • Test date9 January 2006
  • Expiry date7 February 2007
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    Advice right hand front brake slightly binding
     
     
     


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 04:11 PM

Has the Jeep got a tow bar?

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 04:14 PM

Has the 309 got a tow bar?



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Posted 12 August 2016 - 04:16 PM

No on both counts!

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 04:20 PM

No on both counts!


What goods that when I want to tow start my Dumper across rough grounds!

Still saves you having to delivery it before 10am tomorrow morning.
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Posted 12 August 2016 - 04:22 PM

On that note, 6cyl has just reminded me that delivery is possible on these.

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 04:42 PM

That's a usable off roader for not a lot of money IMHO.

 

Given the cost of Mud Terrain tyres and given it's got a steel box ladder chassis and proper axles, you should just buy it.

 

 

XJs don't have a proper chassis, they're unibody! Has got proper axles. Has got the simpler transfer case though. They are insanely capable beasts, though.

 

I would buy it, but I'm on a strict Mercedes Only diet now. Even so, if it were a 4.0 auto this conversation wouldn't be happening, because I'd be halfway to collecting it.

 

Towbars are cheap for them, too...


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 04:44 PM

(IhatethatIsawthisthreadnowbecauseIwanttheJeepeventhoughIhavenoneedmoneyorspacetosparementallysomeonepleasebuyit).


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 04:47 PM

I hope for sanity sake the 2.2 has not got a towbar.

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 05:54 PM

I could probably fit a towbar if it were to stay over at RuffTowers for a few days.


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 05:57 PM

And so the world of Facebook hits reality.

'Any history?'

It's a £300 Peugeot ffs
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Posted 12 August 2016 - 06:00 PM

Oof. Many nice things. Someone please buy my Freelander....



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Posted 12 August 2016 - 06:00 PM

XJs don't have a proper chassis, they're unibody! Has got proper axles. Has got the simpler transfer case though. They are insanely capable beasts, though.
 
I would buy it, but I'm on a strict Mercedes Only diet now. Even so, if it were a 4.0 auto this conversation wouldn't be happening, because I'd be halfway to collecting it.
 
Towbars are cheap for them, too...


Are they? I could have sworn I've been under one of the 4 we used to run and it had a chassis!

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 06:16 PM

Where are you based? (Could be blind, but can't see any mention)

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 06:18 PM

And so the world of Facebook hits reality.

'Any history?'

It's a £300 Peugeot ffs

But how will they justify putting it on car and classic for £1500 without history?
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Posted 12 August 2016 - 06:24 PM

Where are you based? (Could be blind, but can't see any mention)

When was the Bimmers last MOT done?


Depending what you're interested in, various locations in Teesside or North Yorks!

BM's last MOT expired July last year. That's located in Redcar.

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 06:26 PM

I quiet like the Cherokee and the omega but I'm out unfortunately hope they all go to a good home

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 06:30 PM

Are they? I could have sworn I've been under one of the 4 we used to run and it had a chassis!

 

 

They've got reinforcement that looks like a chassis - it's not a closed ladder chassis and bolted-on body. It was notable for being the first 4x4 made that way, hence being relatively light, compact and a tad disposable when the rust takes hold :/

 

I might not have worked on the ones I had quite as much, but I'm a little obsessed with them as being one of the greatest car designs of the era - and also, one of those things that got away from Renault. It was always designed to be sold in Europe as a Renault, hence the lightweight/compact dimensions, but AMC had to split from their partnership with Renault due to AM General's military contracts. On the flipside, it makes for a good story how essentially, Renault not only saved Chrysler, but also - very indirectly - influenced Mercedes-Benz who were very interested in Chrysler's "not military derived" SUV skills inherited from Jeep. And now, of course, Renault and Mercedes seem to have rather a lot of collaboration going on...


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 09:30 PM

Someone buy me the 309 please. Never had a Pug.


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Rover 75 1.8 auto - wafty kettle
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