E10LAN (SOLD)

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E10LAN (SOLD)

Postby RonR » Thu 03.11.2016, 17:27

I'm currently looking for a good lowish-mileage M100, but there's not many about at the moment.
This one could be a possibility:

E10LAN, Calypso Red, 1991, 57k, Advertised on multiple sites, situated between Nottingham and Grantham, Dealer website:
http://www.valeprestigenottingham.co.uk ... ire-963364
The MOT history shows the usual rear brake, emissions and electrical gremlins.

Is it known on here, or has anyone viewed it?
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Re: E10LAN - Known?

Postby muley » Thu 03.11.2016, 20:10

No seen it myself.

A better picture of the hood might help a sale.



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Re: E10LAN - Known?

Postby Steve A » Thu 03.11.2016, 20:18

One of a few cars Jim hasn't owned :lol:
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Re: E10LAN - Known?

Postby RonR » Thu 03.11.2016, 20:56

Curses! - Just got a message from vendor - Deposit just taken :banghead:

Still looking......
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Re: E10LAN - Known?

Postby clemo » Fri 04.11.2016, 09:48

Been hanging around for a few months .
Jim Clark S2 on the way . The one with the Yellow spoke wheels .
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Re: E10LAN - Known?

Postby Artaban » Fri 04.11.2016, 11:47

Don't be too concerned with the mileage; I've found it to be fairly meaningless when it comes to the condition of the car. Concentrate on the ones that have had a bundle of cash spent on them in recent years and been driven regularly. They'll be the ones with the problems ironed out. At 25+ years old now the advantage of low mileage isn't really there as most of the expenditure will be on age related problems. Good luck with the search; its worth it in the end.
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