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BarryC
24-10-2006, 18:50
This link will give all the details (http://www.carzone.ie/usedcars/index.cfm?fuseaction=car&carid=450951)

TF
24-10-2006, 20:56
IMO this is too dear compared to similar models for sale on the forum. I'm from Ireland and am on the lookout for an Evo VIII, but they're about 2,000 - 3,000 cheaper on here for same spec.

gerryh
24-10-2006, 22:45
Originally posted by TimFerguson
IMO this is too dear compared to similar models for sale on the forum. I'm from Ireland and am on the lookout for an Evo VIII, but they're about 2,000 - 3,000 cheaper on here for same spec.

where you looking at them cause 01 evo 7's are should say people are looking for 25-27k for them and some of them ain't in great shape... is that the 260 bhp model

TF
24-10-2006, 23:46
I'm looking at them in the for sale forum on here. Admittedly they are more expensive in Ireland because there's fewer about, but even at that, you can get plane/boat to the mainland for 200 max. I've seen absolute mint condition 2003/04 Evo VIII for sale on here varying from 14K to 16K, approx 25K miles, FQ300, similar spec etc.

TF
25-10-2006, 00:02
I've just found out the reason evos are so dear down South Ireland is you have to pay vrt on our cars, its a vehical registration tax, so even if you went to uk and got a evo cheaper when you register it you will have to pay a perecintage of its value in the irish market so it bumps the price right up.

Apologies now, kinda feel like a c*** for sayin that, but we don't have that here in the North so i didn't know anythin about it.

All the best with the sale though :)

aria
25-10-2006, 07:41
Originally posted by gerryh
where you looking at them cause 01 evo 7's are should say people are looking for 25-27k for them and some of them ain't in great shape... is that the 260 bhp model

It has a 6 speed box, so not a 260.

speed junkie
25-10-2006, 08:55
You selling her Barry?? What are you getting to replece?

Alan

BarryC
25-10-2006, 09:17
am looking for a 5 or 6, something a little older,
I am using the EVO for work and as a daily driver and am putting up about 700km per week it is expensive on fuel about 100 euro per week, and service intervals dont be long coming around either,
so I am thinking of getting a diesel van for work and getting a 5 or 6 for the weekends, but I might change my mind and keep the 8 depends on what sort of interest there is in it,

speed junkie
25-10-2006, 09:44
yeah the old milage costs are a pain in the ass alright barry

If i hear of any for sale i'll let you know buddy

BarryC
25-10-2006, 10:43
Originally posted by speed junkie
yeah the old milage costs are a pain in the ass alright barry

If i hear of any for sale i'll let you know buddy
cheers Alan thanks ;)

BarryC
27-10-2006, 09:29
Originally posted by TimFerguson
I've just found out the reason evos are so dear down South Ireland is you have to pay vrt on our cars, its a vehical registration tax, so even if you went to uk and got a evo cheaper when you register it you will have to pay a perecintage of its value in the irish market so it bumps the price right up.

Apologies now, kinda feel like a c*** for sayin that, but we don't have that here in the North so i didn't know anythin about it.

All the best with the sale though :)
cheers thanks

todd-w
27-10-2006, 10:29
bttt , best of luck barry.

BarryC
29-10-2006, 18:44
Originally posted by todd-w
bttt , best of luck barry.

:smthumbup

Dal
29-10-2006, 22:20
Don't sell her Barry...buy a cheap van and tune the nuts off the Evo :)

BarryC
29-10-2006, 22:23
Originally posted by Dal
Don't sell her Barry...buy a cheap van and tune the nuts off the Evo :) would love to,

BarryC
01-11-2006, 14:40
:samsmilie

BarryC
07-11-2006, 19:31
:D

BarryC
10-11-2006, 15:28
BTTT :D

BarryC
17-11-2006, 11:11
BTTT

BarryC
19-11-2006, 23:26
BTTT

BarryC
22-11-2006, 08:07
Originally posted by BarryC
BTTT

BarryC
30-11-2006, 21:20
Originally posted by BarryC

BarryC
08-12-2006, 11:08
Still for sale :)