3200 GT up for Auction

Paulg390

Junior Member
Messages
78
Well done, hopefully you'll be happy with that. Must admit I think the advice from the oracles on here to use one of the auction sites to sell mine too (4200 Manual) looks accurate... hmm
 

ecco123

Junior Member
Messages
42
An update, the buyer pulled out. So I just have to relist it again.

Bit of a pain to be honest.

Was hoping to get a grantourismo :(
 

ecco123

Junior Member
Messages
42
Did they give an idea why, or just another dreamer?

I mentioned on the ad there was an error message which comes up on the dash due to a faulty actuator (almost in those exact words). The buyer stated this was the reason for cancelling........ its literally listed on the ad. They also bidded multiple times. I just don't understand

I need to wait 3 more weeks before I can relist on C&C. In that time I might just fix the actuator. Anyone know anywhere in (or around) London where I could go that doesn't involve me remortgaging my house? :p
 

allandwf

Centenary Club
Messages
9,539
Mine would occasionally throw that if not used. If it is constant, then probably stripped teeth. Do you know which actuator? Maybe a second hand one if available? It is shared with Ferrari.
 

ecco123

Junior Member
Messages
42
Mine would occasionally throw that if not used. If it is constant, then probably stripped teeth. Do you know which actuator? Maybe a second hand one if available? It is shared with Ferrari.

Front left actuator. Got it confirmed by HR Owen. I had it replaced with another one at a separate garage. Which I hoped would fix the problem. Actually the error light disappeared for a few days then came back. In the HR Owen inspection notes , they mentioned that they tried it on the front right suspension just to confirm. I was told they moved it back to the front left after testing but I'm not convinced. Just my luck. Maybe I replaced the wrong actuator but I will take them for their word.

I guess an SD2 would tell us exactly which one?
 
Last edited: