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I have 2 of these in my lock up. Never used but will be a bit dusty. Where I live now there is no off street parking.

Anyone want them?

Free of charge but a donation to the forum would be welcomed I'm sure.

Collection only though from either NE30 or NE22b08886f2964cf643589ff00c7f9d88df.jpg

 

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Ah crap, bought a set of these a week or so ago, and it turns out they are too high for our Lass' Kia magentis, which i found out the hard way :)

 

Still, they should be ok with the Range Rover, and the Lexus RX300, or as a gate stop :)

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