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Anyone want to swap a mid sized Van for Swedish steel?

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#1 OFFLINE   pauldoubleyou

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Posted 14 October 2018 - 01:03 AM

Volvo passed its test last week and was considering selling it on and picking up a connect / dispatch or similar sized van.

To make my life more easier, anyone fancy a swap?

Located Glasgow ish

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Renault 1.9 115 diesel, full leather, climate, heated seats, all the trimmings.

Years test with a fahooping 180k on it - however, there is Masses and masses of history with it. I’m the third owner, second was a mate of mine who brought it back from Germany (he’s army, I’m navy) after it was sold to him by the good old British Army after being used for the CO of a catering regiment to poodle about in. As such it has an absolute mountain of history with it.

Passed its test with advisories for front two tyres and a ballpoint really of note.

For its test it had two new front flexys, new light adjuster and a calliper.

In the last year it’s had two other callipers, a service, front spring and droplink, and generally tidied up. No rust other than a patch on the drivers front wing.

Any interest?




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