Nice Gransport

leeq61

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Was doing the usual scan through AT/PH/Ebay etc and came upon this, low mileage, good colour Gransport. You dont see many apart from Dave's with mileage this low.

 

conaero

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Nice find.

The grey interior is lovely in real life...one of those that doesn’t photograph well.

Done deal at £25k...bargain!

Just have the clutch, wishbones and subframes checked.
 

Bladerunner

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Yep, saw that one too...

The colour sets it off, with low mileage a bonus too, subject to it all checking out I don’t think it’ll hang around too long


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D Walker

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Looks a decent buy on the face of here pictures. I keep seeing other cars with different coloured wheels and must admit I'm tempted by the colour of those, might have to buy a 2nd set and paint them . Could put michelims in then. Not too hap
 

Andyk

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Friend went to see a car here....Travelled a long way and got there and it was a cat C car.....They forgot to mention it....May be a one off and it was some time ago.
 

sionie1

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The blue one in Derby has had an interesting life according to the MOT history. Cords showing on the tyres, different sizes across the axles.. I’m not sure it’s been a cherished car in its latter years..
 

jonny

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The blue one in Derby has had an interesting life according to the MOT history. Cords showing on the tyres, different sizes across the axles.. I’m not sure it’s been a cherished car in its latter years..
Sport button looks very well used in the photos... ;)
 

dickygrace

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I’ve been offered that car 3 or 4 times in the trade, everyone was evasive about answering questions so I left it. Poor history but it’s very cheap, probably for a reason. I understand the Cambridge car, which I think was one of my old personal cars, sold within an hour or so.
 

Mooster

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Looking at the MOT history, I've never heard this before as an advisory. Lots of cars have different sizes front and rear, GS included?

"Front And Rear Tyres Are Of Diffrent Sizes But Are The Same Across The Axles"

Incidentally I work in Derby so if anyone is genuinely interested I could take a look.