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  1. I think I kind of agree with the above.. If a 300+km car came up for sale, I’d probably scoff at it thinking it would be a horrendous money pit. If my best mate was selling me a car that had done those ks and the price was right I’d buy it knowing I’d be selling it one day for scrap. For a short term hold I wouldn’t, long term hold I would. In saying that if you pass I’d be interested as I’d be buying for long term fun btw, there was a 2003 C4S that just sold with over 200,000ks for about $45k, but that had a rebuilt engine
  2. I agree, as long as you don’t hassle the seller if he says no. I’m selling a car, and getting the occasional lowball. I simply reply with No, Sorry. Some end it there which is fine. Others keep begging you to accept their low offer which is not cool
  3. I like the car, but that price is ridiculous. Maybe if it was a 78 manual green with Pasha, then maybe
  4. Maybe find out who his and her solicitors are and ask them both to drop you a quick email stating you can purchase the car unencumbered. If this is not possible I would walk
  5. I guess the thing is you could easily replicate it for half the price
  6. Interesting.... https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/south-brisbane/cars-vans-utes/2009-porsche-cayenne-s-trannsyberia-edition-automatic-suv/1218139464?utm_campaign=socialbuttons&utm_content=app_ios&utm_medium=social&utm_source=ios_social
  7. I would have driven it home with a massive grin all the way!
  8. It’s nice to see one with colour though. So many silver, black, white and navy blue

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