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  1. Garages on new builds don't seem to be made for cars these days, as odd as it sounds. Doubt mine would fit a Zed in but got it for my classic Mini, so plenty of room.
  2. As per flyboy, definitely banana arm. Had the symptoms, still flew through MOT, replaced the nearside and it was fine since.
  3. It's a standard mod done prior to most people getting their DE uprev'd. Air induction, plenum, HFC's, Y pipe and cat back is pretty much the standard. Can't say personally as I never fitted it but there's plenty of info on the forum
  4. Used but in decent enough condition, probably wouldn't put it on a show car but good for a daily. £15 Delivered. Location - Ulverston, Cumbria
  5. My Zed is on its way today and never got round to fitting this. The thinking mans induction mod. £30 Delivered. Location - Ulverston, Cumbria
  6. My Zed is on it's way today so selling a few parts that I hadn't got round to fitting yet. Here is a Motordyne Plenum Spacer in new condition. Has been taken out of the box and not even offered up to the car etc. Save a few quid and grab for £140 delivered! Location - Ulverston, Cumbria
  7. Which one did Mr China do on Wheeler Dealers? Needed to get the emissions down to pass an MOT...
  8. Nicest colour on a Range Rover and probably one of the best colours I've seen on a Zed. ... Can you sell me your old badges now?
  9. "Why are you selling?" is a genuine question I think anyone would ask when buying a car if not already stated. Whenever I have sold cars I would always note the reason for sale, whether it be "I just fancy a change" or "I require something more practical" etc. I think codel pretty much nailed it anyway. I hadn't seen the thread in question until just now and I do get how some of it is kind of unhelpful. You're going to get it anywhere though and to be fair, the comments on this forum are nowhere near the texts / emails you get from the eBay / PH moron brigade. The forum provides all the mechanisms to avoid the above if you so wish, I can't really see where the issue is.... The why are you selling didnt get asked, he got asked, why have you got two cars, are you a trader etc, perhaps fair comment if you wanted to BUY, but it was already said, one was his, one was his girlfriends. Or just someone asking the question, getting an answer, which then highlights the reason for selling to a potential buyer? It's similar to (although less of an issue) than someone forgetting to write how long until the next MOT for example... Nobody would mind if the question was asked then by a non-buyer.
  10. "Why are you selling?" is a genuine question I think anyone would ask when buying a car if not already stated. Whenever I have sold cars I would always note the reason for sale, whether it be "I just fancy a change" or "I require something more practical" etc. I think codel pretty much nailed it anyway. I hadn't seen the thread in question until just now and I do get how some of it is kind of unhelpful. You're going to get it anywhere though and to be fair, the comments on this forum are nowhere near the texts / emails you get from the eBay / PH moron brigade. The forum provides all the mechanisms to avoid the above if you so wish, I can't really see where the issue is....

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