Classic (old, retro) cars for sale Β£0-5k vol 2

Classic (old, retro) cars for sale Β£0-5k vol 2

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soxboy

3,265 posts

167 months

Sunday 10th November
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Posted just for the title of the advert

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1148650

Goldfever4

65 posts

22 months

Sunday 10th November
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soxboy said:
Posted just for the title of the advert

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1148650
Correctly identifying an airbag as useful equipment, too

0a

21,636 posts

142 months

Sunday 10th November
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6 cylinder individual spec E36 for under £2k. I like it https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1174919




0a

21,636 posts

142 months

Sunday 10th November
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11k miles! In budget and quite charming. https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201...




FA57REN

168 posts

3 months

Sunday 10th November
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0a said:
11k miles! In budget and quite charming. https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201...
That is stunning and a bargain at that price. I hope it goes to a good home. E36 chassis front end and E30 back end on those first-gen Compacts.


Meanwhile here's a pretty 1999 Starlet mis-listed as a Yaris. 41k miles, 1.3L, £1750



https://www.usedcarsni.com/1999-Toyota-Yaris-25826...


Edited by FA57REN on Sunday 10th November 20:42

Macron

3,993 posts

114 months

Monday 11th November
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Fiat 126 at 2k looks like heaps of fun. Sorting electrics and rust.

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/2019...


Dont like rolls

646 posts

2 months

Monday 11th November
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Macron said:
Fiat 126 at 2k looks like heaps of fun. Sorting electrics and rust.

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/2019...
Basically this

https://youtu.be/59cIISN9ByE?t=12


The Big G

893 posts

116 months

Monday 11th November
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https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2...

Lancia beta coupe, should be within budget with a little haggle

Unfortunately can’t easily post a photo as I’m on my phone frown

p4cks

3,813 posts

147 months

Monday 11th November
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Goldfever4 said:
soxboy said:
Posted just for the title of the advert

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1148650
Correctly identifying an airbag as useful equipment, too
Specifying the mileage of a vehicle should be made mandatory on all adverts on all selling sites. It's absence is singularly the most annoying thing when looking for a car.

FredClogs

13,805 posts

109 months

Monday 11th November
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Dont like rolls said:
Macron said:
Fiat 126 at 2k looks like heaps of fun. Sorting electrics and rust.

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/2019...
Basically this


https://youtu.be/59cIISN9ByE?t=12
I thought it s going to be this

https://youtu.be/1Ztg-B6v6rQ

Hugh Jarse

3,209 posts

153 months

Monday 11th November
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Dont like rolls said:
laugh

Pothole

27,831 posts

230 months

Tuesday 12th November
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p4cks said:
Goldfever4 said:
soxboy said:
Posted just for the title of the advert

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1148650
Correctly identifying an airbag as useful equipment, too
Specifying the mileage of a vehicle should be made mandatory on all adverts on all selling sites. It's absence is singularly the most annoying thing when looking for a car.
Doesn't take long if you can see the reg:

On the 28/07 it was 85,834 miles

p4cks

3,813 posts

147 months

Tuesday 12th November
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Pothole said:
Doesn't take long if you can see the reg:

On the 28/07 it was 85,834 miles
I get that you can get it from previous MOTs - but why should I have to go to another site to find out <quite important> information about a car someone is selling.

If it were mandatory then we'd all be happy and the seller won't come across like a misleading shyster.

Macron

3,993 posts

114 months

Tuesday 12th November
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p4cks said:
I get that you can get it from previous MOTs - but why should I have to go to another site to find out <quite important> information about a car someone is selling.

If it were mandatory then we'd all be happy and the seller won't come across like a misleading shyster.
You didn't get that from any other part of the ad?!

p4cks

3,813 posts

147 months

Tuesday 12th November
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Macron said:
p4cks said:
I get that you can get it from previous MOTs - but why should I have to go to another site to find out <quite important> information about a car someone is selling.

If it were mandatory then we'd all be happy and the seller won't come across like a misleading shyster.
You didn't get that from any other part of the ad?!
Ha - good point actually and to further evidence my opinion, the mileage isn't even listed on their own website. https://www.stewartpricecars.co.uk/used-cars/vauxh...

aaron_2000

3,388 posts

31 months

deeen

5,140 posts

193 months

Tuesday 12th November
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p4cks said:
Specifying the mileage of a vehicle should be made mandatory on all adverts on all selling sites. It's absence is singularly the most annoying thing when looking for a car.
I think "P.O.A." is the single most annoying thing, still, saves me having to read the rest of the advert.

0a

21,636 posts

142 months

Tuesday 12th November
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aaron_2000 said:
So perfect for this thread. Lovely. Headlight wipers. Can we all respect this post!

Macron

3,993 posts

114 months

Wednesday 13th November
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0a said:
aaron_2000 said:
So perfect for this thread. Lovely. Headlight wipers. Can we all respect this post!
Ooh I like that. Never owned one but always wanted one.

As we may have started a brief Fiat trend, would it be wrong to save this? Stilo 2.4 Schumacher GP edition, needs a bit at £1100, but I suspect it will need a bit when it's tidied!

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1168688

Edited by Macron on Wednesday 13th November 07:21

RicksAlfas

10,172 posts

192 months

Wednesday 13th November
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deeen said:
p4cks said:
Specifying the mileage of a vehicle should be made mandatory on all adverts on all selling sites. It's absence is singularly the most annoying thing when looking for a car.
I think "P.O.A." is the single most annoying thing, still, saves me having to read the rest of the advert.
These days I find hidden registration numbers the most annoying as you can't check MOT or RFL details without them.