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Washed, polished, hoovered, valeted and I'm pleased with the result. Body and black trim are very good, full unused tool kit and engine covers armor all'ed and all plastic fasteners renewed as they were all broken and loose. 100,000 miles, 12 stamps in the book, 4 x nearly new same make tyres and discs and pads.  I rang the garage who last stamped the service book for any additional info and it transpires that the mechanic owned the car for 18 months, looked after it and serviced it and said there's nowt wrong with it and everything on it worked and I've got a great car there. He said he only sold it as he and wife his down sized to a bungalow and didn't have the room for their cars so put it in to Honda and bought a smaller car. Peace of mind and I was more than pleased when I heard that. I haven't used it yet so will keep you posted on it's progress.    

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Identical to mine Jim.

Enjoy and beware the fuzz !

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