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1994 Honda Accord 2.3 SR - Now Sold


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#31 OFFLINE   chatsharris


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Posted 02 April 2018 - 01:05 AM

I've always had the horn for these, I think the looks have held up exceptionally well. My last two cars (over nine years!) have both cost exactly £450. Sadly, I'm nowhere near the UK until June and you need it shifted pronto. GLWS

#32 OFFLINE   Split_Pin


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Posted 02 April 2018 - 10:20 AM

Very appealing indeed and great description.

Mr 320 Touring collected the GSA from Devon and he's in Scotland (as am I) so it is possible, even for a canny Scot!

My Mrs is using the Duster for work and as Im off today with my son, I realise how much I need a child-friendly car. The Coupe was a faff on Friday and the 75 is going nowhere soon. Unfortunately thats where my shite purchasing funds went so I'll play the lame skint card.

It's probably way too decent to roffle but Id buy some tickets if you did.

GLWTS and so on!

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#33 OFFLINE   CortinaDave


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Posted 02 April 2018 - 10:24 AM

This excuse is invalid. The UK is tiny! I've got a Nippa from Liverpool, a Honda from Plymouth and a Toyota from North Shields on my fleet at the moment. The train journey is all part of the fun.

I got my Cortina from Saltash in Cornwall and the ZT from Manchester. Bought my old Calibra from RobT in London.

I just see travelling as what you have to do if you want something interesting or specific at a good price.

All that a local radius on Gumtree with 500 quid will usually get me is a monster mile Focus or Corsa C.

At the end of the day its an afternoon of your time to get what you want.

The only issue is you are usually buying blind and on a sellers word which can blow up in your face. I travelled to Yorkshire one night to pick up a ZT which turned out to have knackered steering and had 170k on the clock not the 110 the seller told me... but I was backed into a corner as it was 10 at night, and I was working in the morning with no other way to get home.

Learned a lesson there.

Buying from a shiter at least takes that worry away.
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#34 OFFLINE   yes oui si

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Posted 02 April 2018 - 05:41 PM

I drove my MGB back to Berwick from Bristol. It has no silencing on the exhaust and a stripped interior. I was deaf by the m6.
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Top grammar tips!

Bought = purchased. Brought = relocated
Lose = misplace/opposite of win. Loose = your mum

#35 OFFLINE   vaughant


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Posted 03 April 2018 - 05:57 PM

There's a brand new one of those in the plant, they wheel it out now and again for events etc.

Their a top quality steer, my mate not one for £150 and used it all over Britain until it failed is MOT because sometime had cut the cat out and replaced it with a straight pipe!!!

He'd had it probably 8 months at that point, no FTP's, no oil or water used and never serviced.

Good motors.

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Posted 03 April 2018 - 06:03 PM

Sadly not got the older one in this pic, I'll keep my eye out for the next time it turns up!!!

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#37 OFFLINE   phil_lihp


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Posted 07 April 2018 - 05:41 PM

Sold and picked up today by yet another very decent chap off this forum.  He's mostly silent on here I think so I will leave him to introduce himself if he wants to but I think the car has gone to a good home.

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#38 OFFLINE   fatharris


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Posted 07 April 2018 - 10:22 PM

I'm glad this found a home, it did look lovely and deserved a chance to shine. Hopefully the new owner pipes up and keeps us abreast of updates!

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#39 OFFLINE   Jams


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Posted 08 April 2018 - 03:48 PM

A silent shitter!

Isnt that somthing you do at a new girlfriends/friends house?
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#40 OFFLINE   Jim Bell

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Posted 08 April 2018 - 04:04 PM

The Silent Shitter. The lost Sherlock Homes book of Sir Arthur Conrad Boyle.

The butler did it.

#41 OFFLINE   vaughant


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Posted 09 April 2018 - 08:12 AM


Great this has been sold to a fellow whiter but here's the picture of the one in work as promised.
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