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Old 29-02-16, 06:21 PM   #1
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No longer for sale!!!just updating on progress.

307cc 2.0 ltr in metallic blue 68 K milage 2005 (136BHP)

since i bought it early last year

it has had a new exhaust, new timing belt , pulleys,water pump, plugs ,oil and antifreeze, also new number plates , its a good looking car and runs well, (roof works perfect and it is in the lovely metallic blue with silver alloys and good tyres), it has service history up to about 43k all at main dealer and all the bits/ books you get from the dealer, it has a clean cloth interior with no rips and a nice sounding cd player,air con,cooled glove box,electric windows x 4 all the usual top stuff you get on a cc model.

The down points are, scuff on front bumper, light rear bumper damage to lower bit with parking sensors,t thinking of removing and replacing with Ali mesh.
let me know if interested or you want any more info,
see below for more pics

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[quote=edd;1310130]I am selling my little project 307 CC , i thought id give you guys on here first picks
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[quote=edd;1310170][quote=edd;1310130]I am selling my little project 307 CC , i thought id give you guys on here first picks:thumb

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Not for sale

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Still for sale,very surprised looks like i be carrying on with it in the spring
To be fair its a lot of money for a Cat C car as you can get a non Cat one for around 1k
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To be fair its a lot of money for a Cat C car as you can get a non Cat one for around 1k
Hi yes I do agree ,but the cat c damage is very minimal ,not too fussed though , I had an online valuation and I put the car in poor condition ,it said 1300 , I'm in the car 850ish at the moment so wasn't looking to make on it ,will just carry on the spring as I ain't going lower than that and thank you for post ,it gives me a better idea of people are willing to pay,you must admit though it does look good ,all the pictures where taken before I cleaned it:.

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I can vouch that the car does look very good. The damage is minimal and is a pretty nice car for it's age. I have seen it up close and personal when I gave EDD a hand with the timing when the belt was changed.
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Hi guys n gals ,

I have bought the new parking sensor housing (new) bargain at 38 quid does anybody know where the parking sensor loom plugs into ( is it easy to get at) or is it just a case of disconnecting the sensors that i have already done? I would prefer to check the whole loom out before refurb,as I want to remove the rear bumper anyway (any tips on that also appreciated) and get it touched up whilst the new part arrives.

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