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Spotted this for sale (£995) Thought a few here may like it. I love it 8)

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Make & model FIAT STRADA 65CL

Price £995

Year/Letter 1982 / Y

Engine Capacity 1300

Transmission Manual

Mileage 53,400

Tax Exempt? No

presented in Mocha with Biege Cloth Interior, Rare Mk1 2 door, 1300cc, 5 Speed Manual, Just 53,400 miles with large History file, Front Headrests, Digital Clock, Rear Seatbelts, Opening Rear Windows, Original Steel Wheels, MOT, Tax Sep 07, Mudflaps, Very Rare original Mk1 2 door, Excellent bodyshell to be enjoyed as she is or would make perfect donor for Abarth project

 

http://www.bradleyjamesclassics.co.uk/

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Schweet (except for that front number plate, but then again I always pick up on that). At least £500 overpriced though!Having said that, find me a similar condition Renault 14 for a grand and I'll wrench the seller's arms off :)

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Depends entirely on whether the MOT can be measured in months or hours as to whether its a good price or not. All it says is MOT. Looks stunning though, I`m not really into Beige but it suits this car.

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Looks to be a 65CL like mine, except mine has the faded to grey bumpers (which I actually prefer) and the earlier FIAT badge on the lip of the bonnet. Think I prefer my colour though & paid only £350 for it.What's wrong with the number plate Craig?I prefer that one you spotted in a car park Mr Rootes :wink:

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If it looks that good close up I'd be tempted too....typically, it is 20 minutes drive from where I used to live - now it's 4 hours drive!!Why does that always happen...all the good stuff seemed miles away so I moved miles away and now it's all where I came from... :lol:

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Posted this Rover p4 cyclops up in 2007.

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Its been there forever-its a landmark!

However passing by today it was off to a new home :D

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29.000 miles-o.a.p has sold it for restoration.

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I hope they they can do it-its more than I would take on.

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I,am keeping a close eye on my 65 Triumph 2000,it already looks terrible and my mate(whos got it until tommorrow)was asked if it was for sale buy some rough looking hiab owners today..............Its now garaged at his house for the night.

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I've got a '62 P4 100 that needs a lot less work than either of those, it's remarkably solid and the interior is very good. Not been run for 20 years but the engine turns over fine on the handle.

 

This one;

 

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Only thing is, I want the plate off it.

 

So, if any of you lot fancy getting a P4 on the road and don't mind me pinching the plate off it when it's good enough to MOT, give me a shout and make a sensible offer.

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I've got a '62 P4 100 that needs a lot less work than either of those, it's remarkably solid and the interior is very good. Not been run for 20 years but the engine turns over fine on the handle.

 

This one;

 

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Only thing is, I want the plate off it.

 

So, if any of you lot fancy getting a P4 on the road and don't mind me pinching the plate off it when it's good enough to MOT, give me a shout and make a sensible offer.

you plate rapist u :o:o:o:o

 

:lol::lol::lol:

 

looks sweet enough to roll in that :?

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[i am going to try to get into here-Dumped NSU RO80 :shock:

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And I have found how to get to it today-this was a tip off from a local retro rider :D

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Registration RGE550M

Make NSU

Model RO

Description 80

Date of Liability 01 03 1986

Date of First Registration 01 06 1974

Year of Manufacture Not Available

Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1999CC

CO2 Emissions Not Available

Fuel Type Petrol

Export Marker Not Applicable

Vehicle Status Unlicensed

Vehicle Colour TURQUOISE

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Saw an Ro80 bombing round the M25 towards the M40 the other day. Metallic blue. I had to thrash the aging company Sprinter pretty hard to overtake it, so i could get a better look....Very impressive, it was. 8)

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They are impressive, beautifully styled and perfectly proportioned and trimmed out. Hideous thirst though by all accounts, hence my need for rotary mazda, if you're going to eat fossil fuels at a scary rate, at least do it quickly

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That Ro80 looks ace.I'd love to have something like that to beaver away on now and then - however I dont think it'd ever see the road again. They do truely look ace vehicles, I dont think I've seen on in real life yet though.

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