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I sold my Primera today so sadly I will be unable to take up this kind offer, recieved by e-mail through AutoTrader :"I am interested in immediate purchase of your car.After several consideration over the advert placed on the website,i have really shown interest in it and would really want to issue the payment in form of Bankers Draft and what is the final price.Will you be accepting a Bankers Draft?The Bankers draft that will be issued by me would include the cost for shipping this car to me.I shall solely be responsible for the shipments of this car.Please contact me via email for further questionings as regards to this transaction if you really show willingness in selling this car.Thank You and I am expecting your response asap." Does anyone actually fall for this crap?? :lol:

Allegedly the director of the consulants a chap I used to work with in the USA did - not the car sale scam but the dodgy bank-notes scam.According to my old colleague (Dave) he was taken for hundreds of thousands even although he was advised by Dave that it was all bullshit he continued regardless and eventually his company collapsed due to lack of funds.The only upside to this tale was that Dave started his own consultancy and came out well ahead financially. Have any of you read about the guy from Scotland that scammed the scammers? :twisted:

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I PURCHASED THIS CAR PRIVATELY FROM A NEIGHBOUR 4 WEEKS AGO FOR MY DAUGHTER TO DRIVE.UNFORTUNATELY, AS I DID NOT TELL HER THAT IT DOES NOT HAVE POWER STEERING AND ELECTRIC WINDOWS SHE HAS REFUSED TO DRIVE IT

What an ungrateful little witch. I suggest kicking her out the house.
Yeah, I absolutely hate that attitude. Its all only because the modern marketing has told you that power steering is a must have (becuase modern suspension geometry and tyre sizes make it so I beleive). I bet she never even tried it. Window cranks! Oh Noes! I hope the steering pump and window motors burn out in the inevitable 306/Clio/Polo

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Is your credit starting to crunch? Here at Hirst Used Autos we offer prestige and style in an attractive financing deal an American like you can afford.

 

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1989 Chrysler New Yorker

 

Grab some Manhattan prestige with a Queens-style price with this stunning New Yorker - $120 a month, no money down!

 

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1986 Chevrolet Caprice Station Wagon

 

Transport all the family with this stunning Chevy Wagon - it's got wood panels, it's got whitewalls and it's yours for just $150 a month, no money down!

 

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1977 Pontiac Trans Am

 

And here's the Hirst Used Autos offer of the month, cruise through town in this stunning Trans Am for only..... $200 A MONTH, NO MONEY DOWN! I'm so confident that this is the best deal in town that if you find a better one you can come down here and punch my grandmother - right in her stupid old face!

 

Hirst Used Autos - third exit off the Interstate, opposite the sewage works. Call today!

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I PURCHASED THIS CAR PRIVATELY FROM A NEIGHBOUR 4 WEEKS AGO FOR MY DAUGHTER TO DRIVE.UNFORTUNATELY, AS I DID NOT TELL HER THAT IT DOES NOT HAVE POWER STEERING AND ELECTRIC WINDOWS SHE HAS REFUSED TO DRIVE IT

What an ungrateful little witch. I suggest kicking her out the house.
Yeah, I absolutely hate that attitude. Its all only because the modern marketing has told you that power steering is a must have (becuase modern suspension geometry and tyre sizes make it so I beleive). I bet she never even tried it. Window cranks! Oh Noes! I hope the steering pump and window motors burn out in the inevitable 306/Clio/Polo
Ungrateful little shit. There are plenty of 17/18 year olds who would love their own first car.

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That is nice, to the extent that I'll put more pics up.

 

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I'd seriously love that - I've fancied a Cortina MK5 for quite a while now and this one has dartboards, two-tone paint and the wheezy 1300 for cheap tax. Just wish it was brown or something.

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I'd seriously love that - I've fancied a Cortina MK5 for quite a while now and this one has dartboards, two-tone paint and the wheezy 1300 for cheap tax. Just wish it was brown or something.

I must have had 20 or 30 Mk4 and Mk5 Cortinas... the 1.3s are truly hopeless. Ideal Hirstcab material as long as you make sure the void bushes are knackered. I miss the Mk4 Cortina wobble.

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Nice laurel - belongs to R-R's resident 'unlucky Alf' Character 'AKKU'.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1988-NISSAN-LAUREL-2-4E-SGX-RARE-5-Spd-MANUAL-MOTd_W0QQitemZ180351284218

 

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"Knowin' my luck it'll pgobably get bid up to two ggand, then sum cheeky bugger'll steal it, then i'll lose mi job"

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Now this is seriously amazing. Its painful to think about the inevitable fate awaiting this car. If I had won the lottery i'd bid a million on it just to prevent it from happening.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Ford-Escort-MK2-MK-2-Door-Ideal-Rally-Car-Gp4-Race-etc_W0QQitemZ370193928980

 

LOOK AT THAT!!!!!

 

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Surely the best remaining outside of a museum.

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Hey look at this lovely early delta 1500, its in France and LHD but its on UK plates for some reason.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.fr/LANCIA-DELTA-1500-1ER-MODELE_W0QQitemZ250412969510

Does it have a mannequin in it? :?

 

The vehicle details for HGF 511X are:

 

Date of Liability 01 12 1991

Date of First Registration 01 11 1987

Year of Manufacture 1982

Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1500CC

CO2 Emissions Not Available

Fuel Type Petrol

Export Marker Not Applicable

Vehicle Status Unlicensed

Vehicle Colour GREY

Odd.

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Now this is seriously amazing. Its painful to think about the inevitable fate awaiting this car. If I had won the lottery i'd bid a million on it just to prevent it from happening.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Ford-Escort-MK2-MK-2-Door-Ideal-Rally-Car-Gp4-Race-etc_W0QQitemZ370193928980

 

LOOK AT THAT!!!!!

 

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Surely the best remaining outside of a museum.

How much will that go for?

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