Eastbourne, East Sussex


Small dent on tailgate (not noticeable). ripspeed cd player with ipod adapter, kenwood 6x9 parcel shelf speakers. needs a new radiator...

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Coventry, West Midlands




Trimdon, County Durham


Firstly this will be a fantastic car with a bit of time spent on it by someone who knows what they are doing. Let’s start with the bad...

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Brent, North West London


Excellent condition inside out except the water pump need replacing.

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Manchester, Greater Manchester

Needs a new bumper, bonnet and the front support bar slightly damaged, no air bags went off and the lights are still working, mechanics...

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Luton, Bedfordshire


Gold Fiat Punto 2002. 3 months MOT, 2 months tax 07919803349 Starts first time every time. Car drives like it should everything...


Lurgan, County Armagh


Drivers airbag, passenger airbag, side airbags, anti-lock braking system, traction control, isofix child seat anchor points, remote...

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Manchester, Greater Manchester


Accident damaged fiat punto. Had a new track rod end and wishbone fitted. Just needs wing and door fixing to finish. Will also need...

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Finchley Central, North London


Massive spec - blue, alloys, sat nav + much more. Cat d, very light damage - easy fix - starts & drives – keys & log book at...

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Stamford, Lincolnshire


Average/good condition. Runs well but failed emissions. Spares or repairs. No MOT or Tax.


Kent, South East England


For sale no time wasters, side mirror needs fixing and interrior seats need fixing. runs well selling to buy a new car willing to...


Stoke Newington, North London


Fiat 500 Lounge Damage Repairable ... Front wing, Bumper very slight bonnet scrape, scuffed paint at the back of the car. Engine...

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Hamilton, South Lanarkshire


Fiat Panda, blue, 1242cc, cat d a couple of years ago, new front discs and pads. New plugs and leads. Mot until september. Drives well,...

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