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I do like those J4's Thought they looked really familiar, then realised that they were sold as a Pegaso/SAVA J4 in Spain.....

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An A-reg golf Gti! Now thats pretty rare, sadly some clown has put later grille and bumpers on it, thus erasing most of its visual appeal.

 

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1984-VOLKSWAGEN-GOLF-GTI-BLACK_W0QQitemZ120526045701

 

Still, shouldnt be too difficult to get it back to how it should be. I could quite fancy this.

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My friend is attempting to sell this shed:

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... 0370417272

Despite years of observing how to sell cars "the weasel way", he has naturally ignored any advice I have offered and instead opted for 4 shit pictures of a dirty car taken in the dark, a vague and useless description and a wildly optomistic pricing strategy.

 

I trust that your questions will be sensible. :wink:

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a wildly optomistic pricing strategy.

£300 BIN and he's going to include an IRA Vanity Plate? That's not wildly optimistic, that's almost reasonable. It'd probably fetch £450 if it didn't have the Mick history.Then again, I have a habit of only buying stuff off ebay that has bad descriptions and shite photos. If the descriptions are too good I don't bid - no point in buying stuff off there if it ain't cheap and well described cars are either hiding something 'orrible, or priced sensibly. I don't want sensible, I want bloody CHEEEEEAP!

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I'd say it's about £200 overpriced. Bugger all t&t left, death-rattle through oil starvation, and being generally an odious piece of shit...

Ah, death rattle is not a good thing. I didn't spot that, shit advert y'see.

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I trust that your questions will be sensible. :wink:

Certainly!

 

Q: Hi mate, is this Project Plastikote? Cheers.

A: No - Plasticote was a Dolomite you idiot!

Oh dear!

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Well, remarkably wor lad has just managed to offload the polo to the first person to view for £250 sheets. Amazing. Watch this space for more mirthful motoring misadventures with the cracked-bumpered Mondeo that is replacing it... :wink:

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Am now trying to get in touch with my brother to see if he wants to go halves on that Cav and fancies a road trip on the weekend. It blows our project into oblivion, condition wise. Bootlid even looks mostly metal, too.Cheers Hirst! :evil: Anyone interested in a Sierra Sapphire.......?

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Strong similarities to Ford Falcon styling in that shot. 8)
I had a string of these [and 17/20 m] Taunus [Tauni?] when I was in the Fatherland in the mid seventies. The 15/17's were V4 powered, the 20 [they also did a 26m] were V6's.The 20m had a v6 2 litre, which was as smooth as a smooth thing. Great cars, far better to drive than Cortinas of the same period. The next model Taunus was very similar to a Mk 3 Cortina, and not as nice.

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