Yeah, I've no rev counter in my '93 corolla either.
Citroen C5 with 9 months tax for €750:
Why does it say it's tax exempt (taxi?)
Exempt from nct too?
Another C5, Estate this time with good spec for €1200:
BMW 735 for €1650:
It's not exempt from NCT, that's the motor tax class
Looks like a great car for the price! What's the general opinion on the early C5?
No NCT on it alright, but it will pass, the car's in very good condition.
And it is really from a BMW enthusiast lady owner.
I'd say you could go down a little bit as well
'twas an 02 156 asking €950 iirc, not a €5K Passat.
Baura's mouse will melt with excitement looking at this...
Excellent little bus for the next year, if not a tad sluggish
Has the ad been changed? €5,200 is not bangernomics....
Dunno what's gong on there, it was a 156 for €950 with test and 2 months tax.
"uses little oil and little coolant"
either a very honest seller and it uses a tiny drop of both or it may be guzzling a litre a week and they're covering their ass for some reason
If this is genuine then it's one of the best out there for the money,
€500 takes it, small bit of tax, 10 months NCT, new timing belt apparently.