Any of you Irish folk know this car? :)

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  1. 9 Feb 2017 at 6:04 PM #1
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    Don't know it as it's the opposite end of the country but I'll send the link to a few friends more local to it if they know it :)


    Looks a nice car... even if for a cab :p
     
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    Don't know the car but I'm sure we could look at it for you mate.. If it's Co. Down. Chris86 lives in Co. Down so I'll see if he can swing by if you like?
     
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    Please!!

    That would be amazing, subframe is what concerns me most :)

    Thanks

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  5. 9 Feb 2017 at 10:00 PM #5
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    What town is it in mate?
     
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    One of the lads was inquiring about it not that long ago. Very nice car and sent loads of good detailed pics but money was abit strong for him at the time with being on UK plates.

    Definitely worth a look :)
     
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    It just says down. I'm assuming that mean county down.. I thought it might have been one of jonny hairs but its Jm automotive. We can look at it for you mate but not exactly sure how we are gonna inspect the subframe for you..
     
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    Can check most by just having a look underneath really at the left rear mount with a quick spray of degreaser or something and cloth. There's other areas where it can crack obviously but that one is usually the first place to show underneath
     
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    I appreciate you can't really look at the subframe chaps, if someone could check the car out thoroughly though I'd really appreciate it!

    It looks in fantastic condition from the photos!!

    Town just says Down ...

    Thanks so much

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  10. 10 Feb 2017 at 12:49 AM #10
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    Thanks for your help here guys!!

    Who is willing to go and take a look at it for me? :)

    Cheers

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  12. 10 Feb 2017 at 10:06 AM #12
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    Ive no issue with going for a look mate
     
  13. 10 Feb 2017 at 10:23 AM #13
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    Thank you so much Chris!!

    I will send a drink your way for the hassle!!

    Let me know when you plan on going!!

    Cheers buddy
     
  14. 10 Feb 2017 at 11:11 AM #14
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    Be more concerned about the service history and condition. RACP will crack or already have cracks so this is part and parcel of owning these cars and you must budget for a reinforcing load relieving repair. As long as the floor isn't literally hanging out then don't be to concerned about it.
     

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