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  1. Thanks mate! Yup I see that, but I'm quite picky. I'm after a hardtop, manual with low - average mileage. Also this one has a Cobra exhaust too and the GT Ultimate 370z with the orange seats and upgraded interior 😎
  2. Thanks for the feedback, that's good to note. I will think about getting a vehicle inspection then.
  3. Hi Alll, I hope you're well. I'm new here and wanted to get some advice on a potential zed I will be buying. The car in question can be viewed here, https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nissan-370Z-GT-Ultimate-2009-Low-Miles-FSH-VGC-99p-START-NO-RESERVE-/184814702729?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2047675.l2557&nma=true&si=DQ3tGcydZOTcOTmKn%2FPQ%2FIVX%2FSE%3D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc . It's a 2009 370z GT Ultimate Edition with 67,228 and FSH. The car sold recently on eBay for £8,900 without a reserve, but I missed the auction. I messaged him to see if it had sold and he told me that the buyer pulled out and I could make an offer for it. It wasn't until I did a free MOT check on the car that I saw it had advisories for corrosion on the Front exhaust section and Rear exhaust clamps, which have broken away (but exhaust still secure). It also needs two new rear tyres as they're on the limit, but that's no Biggy. I have attached photos of the undercarriage below. Please let me know if this is normal wear and tear for a 2009 370z, or if there is clearly a major problem that I should stay well clear of. If the general consensus is OK, I will go ahead and organise a RAC vehicle inspection prior to purchase to cover all basis's. I cannot find any other 370z's for under £10k, so if I could secure this Ultimate Edition it would be a real bargain. Part of me though, can not help wondering if there's a reason for it.
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