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Old 23rd December 2013, 01:38 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Yeah thanks Crafty, these days I can't be bothered with haggling (playing the game lol) so I told them I'll pay 15 plus my car. They've come back asking for 17,850 so that's a no deal for me.

I like the look of this one more, and it's a MY13...


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Lol Gort, it's more hassle to sell privately these days because of the stupid new insurance rules, I mean you can't cancel the insurance on the old car (to use the ncb on the new car) unless you declare it sorned, and then it's harder to sell because it's got no tax and is uninsured. There's also a problem of payment when large sums of money are concerned, it's too much for cash and not everyone will do a bank transfer.

PX is less hassle. If I advertised privately I'd be asking for 53k which I think would sell as I haven't seen another 12 plate that cheap.
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Old 23rd December 2013, 02:23 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Lol Gort, it's more hassle to sell privately these days because of the stupid new insurance rules, I mean you can't cancel the insurance on the old car (to use the ncb on the new car) unless you declare it sorned, and then it's harder to sell because it's got no tax and is uninsured. There's also a problem of payment when large sums of money are concerned, it's too much for cash and not everyone will do a bank transfer.

PX is less hassle. If I advertised privately I'd be asking for 53k which I think would sell as I haven't seen another 12 plate that cheap.
Thanks,I was just trying to pick up a bargain while helping you out ;-)
Personally I either sell first and then look or have the cash for a bargain sitting ready.
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What's the original colour and who did the wrap.
Where are you based?

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Daytona blue, but wrapped by VM - my my10 was sold to Richard (ct17) so as I'm out of the county I'll avoid.
Does look excellent from the picture I found though.
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