ronniemac

2002 GS300 SE Auto Navigator

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2002 GS300 SE Auto Navigator
128K miles
MOT to April 2020
£875


Condition: Car in good order and appearance with refurbished wheels and well shod. All dashboard
warning lights in situ and working. All disappear as engine starts and seat belts engage. Performance
/ distance data clearly shown on satnav screen. Local manufacture s/s exhaust system November
2015.


Extra Info: Clean interior with cream leather, opening / tilting sun roof, electric windows, heated
adjustable front seats, FM/AM radio with tape and 6 CD player all working. Original LEXUS cream
mats showing little wear. 2 keys. V5C Number of former keepers 3. My car since April 2014. Not
driven far or frequently recently. Some service history. UK /Satnav handbook as well as US edition
both unmarked. Original tools


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Contact Details e-mail ronald.king8@btinternet.com
More pictures/info by request
Location Inverness, Scotland.
Conditions Buyer to collect. Cash preferred.

UPDATE:  VEHICLE NO LONGER FOR SALE

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Nice colour

Good luck with the sale


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Looks like a steal Ron. Good luck with that. And it never hurts to put up more pictures :thumbsup:

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Good luck with the sale and I'd agree more pictures would help (higher resolution as well) :thumbsup:

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Up in Scotland next week. Just looked to see how long it takes on the train from Edinburgh to Inverness... :whistling:

She'd kill me.

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57 minutes ago, rich1068 said:

Up in Scotland next week. Just looked to see how long it takes on the train from Edinburgh to Inverness... :whistling:

She'd kill me.

But it is not a Saab, nor does it have a GM engine Richie !

 

It does seem an outstandingly good opportunity to enter the world of Lexus Motoring.

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And you'd only need train tickets one way 😉

 

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1 hour ago, royoftherovers said:

But it is not a Saab, nor does it have a GM engine Richie !

Neither does my IS. And you can never get too much of the 2JZ imo :biggrin:

1 hour ago, bobmc said:

And you'd only need train tickets one way 😉

 

Around the £45 mark...

We're not hijacking your thread Ron. I like to think we're promoting it :thumbsup:

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Would recommend the Gold Coach bus. Great scenery and they serve tea/coffee.

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So dry lol

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Sorry for the delay, but other distractions (England cricket, remarkable weather, visitors) have held sway. Of course s..'s law would have it that the vehicle stability light has come on for the first time ever and shows no sign of wanting to go away. Rather than load someone else up with the problem, I will keep the car, continue to enjoy it and scrap it when I've used up the petrol. So, thanking you for your support and banter, I will arrange to exit the scene.  

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Could anyone chip in regarding this stability light? Seems a real shame to scrap what sounds like a decent motor.

Keep us up to speed Ron and if you are at a loose end feel free to send some more pictures to me. I'll email you.

No Lexus left behind!

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On 8/20/2019 at 3:36 PM, ronniemac said:

UPDATE:  VEHICLE NO LONGER FOR SALE

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So was it scrapped or sold to Richard?

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It hasn't been scrapped :biggrin:

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Oh good! - I just noticed one on car and classic and thought it was this one but its not!

Enjoy!

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Should be quite the adventure. Flying up to Inverness and driving back over a couple of days.

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