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2 hours ago, Fabergé Greggs said:

ULEZ's latest North London offering to the rest of the world, this time in TURBO flavour 

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I love a T16S.  Ran a succession of them as dailies at one stage.  Sadly getting out of my price range now.

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10 hours ago, HillmanImp said:

Look at this:

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167k, no MOT, seats fucked, £1200, no offers. 

https://m.facebook.com/groups/1532199727049618/permalink/2863530443916533/

I can only assume that, like the prices of houses and toilet paper, there has been an explosion in Xantia values in the past year and we are slowly learning via their asking prices.

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1 hour ago, angle said:

£1k for this with mot until next year, which given the normal asking prices for these seems OK. 

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https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1395489857306388/

It's a shame what happened to the Legend with this generation, you couldn't design a blander looking car if you tried. I don't think any of them ever sold for more than a grand either.

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3 hours ago, angle said:

£1k for this with mot until next year, which given the normal asking prices for these seems OK. 

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https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1395489857306388/

That is GAWJUS...if i could cope without a large rear storage area, that would be a nice place to sit & waft

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What's with all the immaculate Montegos lately?  That £12k MG Tickford one on eBay wasn't quite as minty fresh but not far off, the price seemed a tad optimistic though.

Anyway, for reasons I can't entirely pin down, I really like this.  It's on my doorstep, can someone here buy it so I can help deliver it?

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/494614085304902/

May be an image of car and road

Seems like the very epitome of small, cheap to run, functional motoring.  And it's a Mk1 Kangoo so from the era of Renaults that didn't always explode.  My S-reg Kangoo was a pleasantly reliable workhorse.

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