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A friend our ours had one from new. His was the 2000 on a H. At the time I would have said it was the smoothest car I had ever been in - the seats were lovely.

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55 minutes ago, hairnet said:

if no leak fluid

problem not

i r disapoint scottish peeple no involve swedish vehicles

ceri could go fetch it on the bus lol easy joab fae him

My Saab is involved. I own a Saab, and I am involved, thus the Saab is loosely involved.

So there.

 

 

I've still to own a Volvo but whatever.

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That looks absolutely delicious...as I may say being a 1990's Mitsubishi licker.

If you plan on doing any work on the car (This is Autoshite, of course you will!) you may want a workshop manual. See here:

http://mmc-manuals.ru/Old_Mitsubishi_Cars

This page has workshop manuals for most 1990's Mitsubishi's, including so far as I can see, your new Galant.

Good luck. :)

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3 hours ago, Saltyscotsman said:

Hi

The Galant is such a lovely car and I have poor impulse control I'm actually proper excited since this is my first shite car that is also as old as me and past car history is modern Shite

Outstanding genius.

You'll fit right in with inspirational purchases like this. Welcome.

Well bought.

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8 minutes ago, Macscrooge said:

Fabulous story and a great looking car. I hope the collection goes well - but how could it not, with such a flawless plan?  

As there a pussy in it 'pawless flan!'

:)

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It'll be fine*!

Shitebag if ya dinnae do it! 

You've done very well on that. Nice to see A Galant full stop let alone a clean one. 

More the sitting about its done that'll be the issue with getting home. 

Also think, it go well enough. Just the long motorway stuff might be buzzy.

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18 hours ago, Agila said:

Outstanding genius.

You'll fit right in with inspirational purchases like this. Welcome.

Well bought.

Inspirational? Genius? I don't think my family have ever used that words in a when talking about myself😂 also I think so most inspired so purchases was buying an X-90 at the start of lockdown but I think this is better

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20 hours ago, TooManyPeopleMovers said:

That looks absolutely delicious...as I may say being a 1990's Mitsubishi licker.

If you plan on doing any work on the car (This is Autoshite, of course you will!) you may want a workshop manual. See here:

http://mmc-manuals.ru/Old_Mitsubishi_Cars

This page has workshop manuals for most 1990's Mitsubishi's, including so far as I can see, your new Galant.

Good luck. :)

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Pop round and dribble on my Sigma as much as you like, maybe change the clutch while you're here 👍

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20 hours ago, tooSavvy said:

Hmmm.... My alloys would go straight onto that!

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BonChance with plans ;)

Depending how perished the tyres are that may be an option! You're up in the NE of England though, so I imagine by the time we're going past you we will have already found out if the tyres on it are knackered or not.

 

 

1 hour ago, JMotor said:

It'll be fine*!

Shitebag if ya dinnae do it! 

You've done very well on that. Nice to see A Galant full stop let alone a clean one. 

More the sitting about its done that'll be the issue with getting home. 

Also think, it go well enough. Just the long motorway stuff might be buzzy.

I've done long distance stuff in my E36 316i plenty of times. It sits at about 3,250rpm at 70mph so I'm used to it.

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1 hour ago, mitsisigma01 said:

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Pop round and dribble on my Sigma as much as you like, maybe change the clutch while you're here 👍

Ah, I would love to come and dribble on your Sigma. 

But I'm in New Zealand! World events asides, it's still quite a trip to come and change a clutch. And my clutch changing skills (nil) may not be up to scratch. Surely any decent mechanic can have a go?

We got your Sigma as a Magna. There used to be heaps when I was growing up...now I barely see any.

Is your Sigma the 2.6 or 3.0 litre? 

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