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Old 08-08-2015, 18:49   #31
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Isn't this what you wanted? Would be perfect for you goginawa?
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Old 08-08-2015, 18:54   #32
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Isn't this what you wanted? Would be perfect for you goginawa?
Yours would be better mate,prefer that spec . This one id have to spend more money sorting engine out and putting sound proofing back in.

Maybe you can get this and lets tLk about yours,still waiting to shift mine though
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Old 08-08-2015, 18:55   #33
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No one bought it? I'm tempted although slightly suspicious when someone buys a car and sells so quick...
I can vouch he is a Genuine seller and not telling porkies about the 7, I've seen it in the flesh.

Be nice to see this go to a good home...
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Old 08-08-2015, 19:32   #34
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Another thumbs up genuine guy. If you give him a bum tickle you may get it cheaper haha
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Old 09-08-2015, 00:42   #35
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I was tempted if it came with the long rod conversion as per original advert.
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Old 09-08-2015, 17:17   #36
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Old 10-08-2015, 21:21   #37
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Can't believe I've missed out on this again if the sale falls through drop me a pm Plz
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Old 12-08-2015, 01:13   #38
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Sorry, no sold and with the new owner.
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Old 13-08-2015, 09:17   #39
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A mate bought this and is very happy with it. It's being MoTd today ...
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Old 13-08-2015, 15:12   #40
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Very happy with it, Fraser is a genuine chap to deal with and does what he says, so any fears as to his character should be dropped.

The car flew through an MOT and now in the throws of putting the interior back in, replacing bushes, oils etc.

Car runs well if not a bit peaky, does smoke a bit but no where near as much as my 35.

It will need a strip, blast and respray come winter, it looks like a previous owner has waxoiled the bottom but not done any surface treatment prior to applying the waxoil therefore the rot has started to set in underneath. It really needs to be remedied before it gets any worse.

Also been in touch with local mitsi dealer who mentioned that it needs to go in for the rear suspension recall so may get some nice shiny bits for the underside of the car.

happy days.
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Old 13-08-2015, 16:05   #41
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It doesn't need the rear arm recall as it broke both and I change both arms and Mitsubishi said it didn't need a recall then
It had two new later arms with the sealer round the bushes.

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Very happy with it, Fraser is a genuine chap to deal with and does what he says, so any fears as to his character should be dropped.

The car flew through an MOT and now in the throws of putting the interior back in, replacing bushes, oils etc.

Car runs well if not a bit peaky, does smoke a bit but no where near as much as my 35.

It will need a strip, blast and respray come winter, it looks like a previous owner has waxoiled the bottom but not done any surface treatment prior to applying the waxoil therefore the rot has started to set in underneath. It really needs to be remedied before it gets any worse.

Also been in touch with local mitsi dealer who mentioned that it needs to go in for the rear suspension recall so may get some nice shiny bits for the underside of the car.

happy days.
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Old 13-08-2015, 21:39   #42
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Thanks for the kind comment, Alex. I hope you enjoy the car and I know it's gone to a good home. Sounds like you're going to treat it even better than I intended.
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