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!
I paid £800 for my 145 in 2006 with 80k on the clock. It is a Cloverleaf and so I didn't mind paying that for the flagship model. If you can afford it do it!
£700 two years ago - had 6 months MOT left @ 97k, full main dealer history + plus every single invoice, including things like key fob batteries from the dealer! I reckon I spent about £1000 on it so far (soon to be more after the bumper respray). No idea whether or not it's worth what I've paid into it so far, but I don't think any of us are in it for the money!
My P reg Cloverleaf (which fingers crossed is getting MOTd this week!!) cost £300 in December '18 with 110k from a Gumtree ad. Has had probably 5 times that spent on it in parts (no labour to pay though - mechanic in the family!) with still more needing spending on aircon regassing, paintwork and undersealing. And whatever part is causing the rough idle - probably lambda sensor.
But it is nicely kitted out, metallic plum (exclusive colour on the QV) with sunroof and passenger airbag.
I paid £500 (odd- Jeremy?)
and it's cost £3500/ £4000 so far.
Still looks like it's worth £500 though!
but it didn't have a MOT, hadn't moved in over two years and had issues....
Does anyone remember what a cloverleaf ph1 cost new
From the 1st June 1996 price list (total price):
1.7 16v £13659.37
Metallic paint £210.33
Alloy wheels £364.25
Electric sunroof £471.18
Air conditioning £964.68
Passenger airbag £325.00
Plus £450 delivery and number plates!
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