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buellboy
post 28th January 2014 17:14
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We make SOTW look rich smile.gif so come one....how much did you pay for your car....how many miles did it have....in what year and any special features?


I bought a lovely Burgundy 145 with 66,000 on the clock, full momo interior, over 1k spent on it on last bill for......133 in 2009/2010....it did have a f**ked piston ring and no mot or tax.

Otherwise my other 145 was a 450 jobbie, with full re-spray, 77k on the clock and fully working (but no MOT). This was in 2008....which was a BARGAIN!


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ChrisS
post 28th January 2014 18:17
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Well freebie was 'free to a good home'....but costs since then have been rather more smile.gif i think my best buy is the 1.6, 250, less than 50k miles and really lovely to drive. Just have to fix that heater.


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will145
post 28th January 2014 18:17
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Last year a 1999 1.8 with 65'000 on the clock and a years MOT. - 300

Earlier this month, 1999 Cloverleaf, 121'000, 9 months TAX and 10 months MOT - 250
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Alfa-Si
post 28th January 2014 18:23
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June last year 2000 1.8 115k on the clock 6 months MOT 152
Since then it's gone 20vt so hand many spent on it.


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addamski1980
post 28th January 2014 19:11
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my one cost 150 no tax or test but ive been through it and all seems good smile.gif
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Cloverleaf76
post 28th January 2014 19:59
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I've been had wink.gif
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post 30th January 2014 19:04
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my first was 150. no tax and test but passed first time with no advisories. full alfa history and 50k on clock.

second was 400 spares or repairs, needed a HG then passed mot first time with 92k on clock.

both black ph1 cloverleafs
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145v63.0
post 4th March 2018 10:29
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This is cheap
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