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    1976 2.7 911
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    Skoda Octavia VRS

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  1. Cheers both… that is useful as having checked now the tabs are unfortunately not present.
  2. Thank you - Good tips there... I'd imagine they're the same as an 85 car ... though i'm not 100% on that!
  3. Thank you ... appreciate your help there. First step, check if the tabs are in place!
  4. Hi all ... long time lurker here... My car has been missing the sill covers since I bought it, I quite like the look to be honest with the exception of the jacking points which the visibility of seems to bother me more and more. I've found some decent used covers which I can get painted, but i'm struggling to identify what other fixtures/fittings i'll require to get these onto the car. Any help and advice on what is needed would be much appreciated. My car without the covers How it should look with the covers in place
  5. Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Coupe - LHD - Dark Metallic Green - 188k miles - MOT until August 2020 - £32,750 Selling my 3.2 Carrera, in beautiful dark metallic green (Porsche colour name Moss green) - The mileage is high but it's an aircooled Porsche and if taken care of it'll go on forever. It's a very standard car in beautiful condition and a desirable non-sunroof non-spoiler model, taking full advantage of that classic 911 silhouette, the only modifications are the MOMO Prototipo steering wheel (with Porsche horn push), a modern Pioneer Bluetooth stereo and a Hayward and Scott stainless steel exhaust backbox which is subtle looking and sounds lovely. The car was originally purchased and registered in Germany in 1986 and remained there until 1994 when it was exported to Holland. I imported the car into the UK from its last Dutch owner in August 2018 and have thoroughly enjoyed using and driving the car since, it has never let me down and it handles and performs beautifully. The car has beautiful bodywork and paintwork all round with no dents and very few blemishes, though it’s a classic car that is regularly used and is not concours condition. I have a lot of history with the car including the original service book complete with loads of stamps from both Porsche main dealers and specialists in Germany and Holland going all the way back to when the car was new. I have had the car serviced twice in my ownership, both times at the Porsche specialist GCR Central in Leicester, the last service was completed on September 18th 2019 and I also had new flexible brake hoses installed on this date after these were flagged on the MOT at the end of July. The car has been garaged over the winter and kept on a trickle charger. The other two advisories on the most recent MOT were the headlamps requiring temporary tape (As they were still the LHD lenses, these have now been replaced with correct RHD lenses, the original LHD lenses are included with the car too) and the exhaust backbox blowing (This has now been replaced with a Hayward & Scott stainless backbox). The car includes 2 keys and 2 remote fobs. I also have a correspondence from Porsche UK detailing all of the original build information and the original options and engine numbers etc - The car is fully matching numbers. The car was also valued by Porsche Club GB in August 2019 at £38k and the certificate is present for this. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions at all or if you would like photographs of any specific area of the car, it’s an honest example of an iconic car - I'd much rather any interested party had all the information they require. The car is garaged and available for viewing and inspection in East Northamptonshire, close to Oundle. £32,750 or near offer NOW SOLD - many thanks
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