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peugeot 207 1.4 S

  • met black
  • 67820 miles
  • 3 door
  • recent set of wheels and tyres (good) cos came with some proper chav wheelz!
  • cat n salvage  as has damaged front wing
  • slight knock on pas side suspension- not noticed on MOT
  • sticky thermostat- takes a while to get there but does sit nice once there (90*)

bought as a replacement for the daughters* bini after some clown wrote it (and 2 other parked cars) off 

insurance have decided to bend her over the table come renewal time by about 50% so she decided she we can sell it

 

drives quite decently everything seems to work as it should and seems to have been serviced not so long ago as the filters are clean

 

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looking for £650

located in Solihull (by Birmingham)

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2017 MOT was an epic...

Hope it wasn't you that had to do ALL this!!

20/09/2017 07:41 Pass
Mileage:
65,651 miles
+ 2 miles travelled since last MOT.
19/09/2017 14:15 Fail
Mileage:
65,649 miles
+ 97 miles travelled since last MOT.
Refusal Notices
  • Front brake disc in such a condition that it is seriously weakened (3.5.1i)
  • Nearside outer front constant velocity joint gaiter insecure to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc (2.5.c.1a)
  • Offside registration plate lamp not working (1.1.c.1d)
Advisory Notices
  • Front brake pad(s) wearing thin (3.5.1g)
  • Offside outer front constant velocity joint gaiter damaged, but preventing the ingress of dirt (2.5.c.1a)
15/09/2017 15:03 Fail
Mileage:
65,552 miles
+ 108 miles travelled since last MOT.
Refusal Notices
  • Nearside front constant velocity joint gaiter insecure to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc (2.5.c.1a)
  • Offside front constant velocity joint gaiter insecure to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc (2.5.c.1a)
  • Exhaust emissions carbon monoxide content at idle excessive (7.3.d.4)
  • Exhaust emissions carbon monoxide content after 2nd fast idle excessive (7.3.d.3)
Advisory Notices
  • Front brake disc worn, pitted or scored, but not seriously weakened (3.5.1i)
  • Front brake pad(s) wearing thin (3.5.1g)
  • Nearside front tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.e.1)
12/09/2017 09:47 Fail
Mileage:
65,444 miles
+ 9,182 miles travelled since last MOT.
Refusal Notices
  • Nearside front constant velocity joint gaiter insecure to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc (2.5.c.1a)
  • Offside front constant velocity joint gaiter insecure to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc (2.5.c.1a)
  • Offside front coil spring broken (2.4.c.1a)
  • Exhaust emissions carbon monoxide content at idle excessive (7.3.d.4)
  • Exhaust emissions carbon monoxide content after 2nd fast idle excessive (7.3.d.3)
Advisory Notices
  • Front brake disc worn, pitted or scored, but not seriously weakened (3.5.1i)
  • Front brake pad(s) wearing thin (3.5.1g)
  • Nearside front tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.e.1)

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Boot floor seems to look like chavvy type drop stuff into boot...or a very slight tap...

wings bolted or welded on these????

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Yo, thats cheeeeepz. Ma_Sterling isn't far away and I reckon I could get her to see this if it isn't sold by this weekend. She is getting about that money for her Micra.

 

you are more than welcome to have a lookski Mo cos i aint breaking my back over it cos bluddy Sara aint!

 

as i think you know, if you know the Robin Hood Island you aint far away,

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Robin Hood Island you aint far away,

 

I may have had a Sierra Sideways and Backwards on that particularly beautiful piece of road engineering, back in the 90's.  Parents used to live off the Warwick road and I worked in Shirley. 

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The world's smallest alloys or massive balloon tyres?

 

well you did ask

 

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complete with 4" wheel bolts and spacers for the rear but not the front which located with the taper of the bolts!

 

ther is about 1/4" difference between centre bore and hub flange!

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That's staggeringly cheap. My mother bought one of these brand new on an '07 plate (although 1.6HDi and 5-door rather than 1.4P and 3-door flavour) and I'm guessing that despite it only having done about 40k miles now, it's basically valueless.

 

She was having thoughts of changing it recently, so I told her to just keep it. She's taken the vast majority of the hit for decpreciation now, might as well just keep driving it.

 

Decent enough steer, despite the industry-standard somewhat-too-hard ride, and the rather awkward looking styling (to my eye anyway). I'd have one if I needed a boring modern.

 

GLWTS.

 

(wouldn't this go almost instantly on emong or bumhedge?)

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That's staggeringly cheap. My mother bought one of these brand new on an '07 plate (although 1.6HDi and 5-door rather than 1.4P and 3-door flavour) and I'm guessing that despite it only having done about 40k miles now, it's basically valueless.

 

She was having thoughts of changing it recently, so I told her to just keep it. She's taken the vast majority of the hit for decpreciation now, might as well just keep driving it.

 

Decent enough steer, despite the industry-standard somewhat-too-hard ride, and the rather awkward looking styling (to my eye anyway). I'd have one if I needed a boring modern.

 

GLWTS.

 

(wouldn't this go almost instantly on emong or bumhedge?)

 

 

book price is prolly double but this was bought from a salvage place so is being sold on as such- there is no mention of any categories on the V5 if they get recorded as such

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