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2000 ROVER 25 - MOT until 2019 - £200 - NOW a Roffle @ £3.50 a ticket

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FOR SALE / (ROFFLE)
 
My mums old 2000 ROVER 25 She bought it in 2010 and is only the second owner. Its a 1.4 and has done just under 71'000 miles,  MOT till 04/19. Tax to get you home. She's just bought a Toyota Yaris so this is up for grabs.
 
Good bits:
 

Its a Rover,

MOT till april 2019,

Fairly low miles for an 18 year old car,
Seems to drive quite well and 1.4 Engine seems perky enough,
Funky rover branded floor mats,
Has a 1/3rd of a tank of petrol.

Two keys, one of which still works with the remote fob.

Has a stack of early paperwork, not much from my mums ownership though.

Serviced for oils and coolant at the end of last year,

 
Bad points:
 
Alternator is duff. system volatge of 12.4V while running, A refurbished unit can be had for around £80
Lots of parking marks, small dents etc,
The Missing hubcap looks shabby.
The foam has gone a bit strange in Drivers seat near the door,
Its been cleaned inside and out but its still quite dirty.
Its a Rover,
 
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£200 - BN16, West Sussex
 

NOW A ROFFLE SEE BELOW

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At £3.30 a ticket I'm sure it'd fly out, this is perfect cheap runabout roffle fodder.

 

I say that, but lovely as it is it ticks zero boxes of my imminent fleet cleardown needs, and it'd be too far for me to risk driving home without a working alternator.

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I wouldnt want people to think the alternator was an impossible issue to solve, It actually looks like a pretty easy swap...

 

If someone wants to rock up with a replacement and fit it themselves before driving home you'd be more that welcome to do that. I'll even lend you the sockets and make the tea!

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Right going to try a ROFFLE to rid myself of this fine longbridge product.

 

Price £3.50 a ticket. Or 3 tickets for £10

 

Still open to someone coming and giving me cash in the meantime!

 

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I will take number 52 please, just to speed it along

 

Added to the list, Sadly I can't see us filling the ROFFLE in time now.

 

Mums just been looking up prices local scrapyard are offering £125 for it, so if anyone wants to turn up over the weekend with that  amount you can drive it away.

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£125 is a right bargain for this. If I hadn't just drunk-bought a 45 on eBay that I have to collect this weekend then I would have been seriously interested.

 

In the unlikely event that the roffle gains enough legs to get back on track in time, happy to take three random numbers for a tenner though.

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Damn was just going to say I'd have a copuple of tickets...

 

Unless you Mum wants a lovely new hoover? Got a Dyson V6 and Dyson DC54 here, both worth more than £120....

 

I can still provisonally out you down for a couple of tickets if you like?

 

Not sure mum go for a vaccum part ex as she's already got two Dysons!

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I can still provisonally out you down for a couple of tickets if you like?

 

Not sure mum go for a vaccum part ex as she's already got two Dysons!

Yea go on then, this is a roffle that won't cost me a fortune to collect, can drive it back I imagine as long as I don't turn it off and afford to run!

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