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Or take out European breakdown cover, drive away and breakdown on the local Costa, stupid Spanish man cant fix it and so get a free tow home 8)

 

Nope. It is at the breakdown companies discretion whether your car is transported home or not worth it.

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Got too much petrol?  Is a Range Rover for big girls blouses? Then do we have the car for you.

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nissan-Patrol-2-8-3dr-APRIL-MOT-FEB-TAX-NEEDS-A-HOME-BEST-OFFER-WINS-IT-/331128011586?pt=Automobiles_UK&hash=item4d18c47b42

 

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The seller has, however, completely failed to understand how an online auction works.  Also, just 68BHP?  Really?  I'd be surprised if it could pull its own weight.

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Check out this bit of class in CheeseRollingshire

 

 

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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BEDFORD-CA-CAMPER-GOWN-VAN-ICE-CREAM-VAN-/380840932369?pt=Automobiles_UK&hash=item58abe37411

 

For £4,750 I'd want a camper van, gown van and ice cream van, at least which two of which must be roadworthy.

 

That be Cider Country, not Cheese-Rolling County

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Fiat 131 estate?  Yes, you could, and in 1985 I very nearly got one as a swop for my first Granada.  I turned it down because it was manual and the Granada was auto, and I always prefer auto.  Every time I think of that day I suspect I may have been wrong.

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Small bit of self pimpage, first time I've ever actually tried to sell a car as previously they've all been traded in, company cars or kept. Trying to trim down the fleet and raise funds for welding the bum back up in the SAAB.

 

Tried to be as honest as I can and think the price is fair, hope it sells, hopefully I've written the advert ok and don't come across as a massive bellend. I often come across as a massive bellend.

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=331128453735

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^^^^  Nice to see the saggy-bottomed Saab sneaking into one of the photos.

 

 

EDIT: Maybe it should be <<<< or vvvv rather than ^^^^ because I'm on the next page.

 

I'm not too internet savvy.

 

And I'm definitely not internet tooSavvy.

 

 

........OR AM I? :-D  :-)  :-)  :-D  :-P  :-)  :-P  :mrgreen:  . . . . . etc.

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$(KGrHqFHJFQFH+3bLSKwBSFM+J!8tw~~60_12.J

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-Mondeo-2-0i-16v-Ghia-Classic-Collectors-Item-In-This-Condition-/130967403492?pt=Automobiles_UK&hash=item1e7e43fbe4

 

I have a bit of a boner for a high spec Mk1 Mondeo at the moment, even though i have no need for a car quite that big.

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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/subaru-justy-/310872328217?pt=Automobiles_UK&hash=item48616f4819

 

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Wipe that smile off your face - look at the mess you've made!

 

When the mot ran out 12 months ago it was driven around the garden a few times

A surefire route to passing the retest, from 'The Teddy Bears Guide to Car Maintenance'.

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Let me translate...

30 years spent trying to FIND a BARN in which to store it - and failing.

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Those Sofia contraptions mentioned previously are woeful, somebody on here better own one or this forum's just not what it used to be!

 

That blue Princess asking price was, I think, £2,400ish but having spoken to someone that knows the car it is easily as good as it looks and probably one of the best out there.  I expect something like £1,800-2000 would be fair for it at the moment, might push £2,500 later in the year when the show season is under way.

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