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Old 24th July 2021, 11:43   #11
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spoke to the owner, car has had alot of stuff done, harmonic balancer, new starter motor, new rear shocks, new lower wishbone bushes and engine mounts.
Geez, what am i going to tell the wife!!
The old couple want $10k aud for a 2005 diesel.
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Old 24th July 2021, 14:52   #12
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I say, buy it. 75s and Zts are getting less and less. When your on the road your quite unique, that there's loads of the same cars but not yours. When you do see another it's great to see and get that nice car thought.

I've had so many random people stop me and comment on my car, it still has that wow factor. Young or old, people appreciate good looking cars and these classics most certainly are.
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