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    Rather see it cleaned up and put up for sale like keron has done than to see it broken for parts plus it's up now for the money it deserves that's the main thing for the supra owners and supra prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keron View Post
    Just seen this thread, to answer a few q's, it is the same car, milage is 216km (134miles). ive spent a long time on the car getting it up to scratch....its had a new oem clutch, window regulator, wing mirror, coil clips, badges, various trim parts etc, it has had a full respray too as it was fading on the plastics etc so pointless painting a couple parts and leaving the rest. I ensure the cars I sell go out as clean/new as they can be and everything working.....its costs a lot of £ and time/effort but worth it when they are done.
    Just to be clear Keron, my post wasnt aimed at you at all. You run a business, you turn out decent cars from what I gather, and have always provided me with good service when ive needed bits. Unlike some notorious breakers and sellers (everyone knows who, but we're not allowed to name them), who churn out tarted up crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    Also, what evidence do you possess to suggest its a piss poor valuation.
    The same amount of evidence you had when you declared your lowball valuation, which probably contributed to the OP losing out on thousands of pounds.

    As I said, ultimately it wasn't your fault, but this wasn't a one off, just the latest in a long line of uninformed outbursts from you, which anyone can check for themselves with a quick glance of your post history.

    Thankfully I don't see much of it as you are part of an exclusive club of 1 person who has remained on my ignore list long term, but it does wind me up when other people are impacted by your constant negativity.

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    [QUOTE=j_jza80;4285367]Thankfully I don't see much of it as you are part of an exclusive club of 1 person who has remained on my ignore list long term, but it does wind me up when other people are impacted by your constant negativity.[/QUOT

    Really. How would you possibly know of this constant negativity then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j_jza80 View Post
    The same amount of evidence you had when you declared your lowball valuation, which probably contributed to the OP losing out on thousands of pounds.

    As I said, ultimately it wasn't your fault, but this wasn't a one off, just the latest in a long line of uninformed outbursts from you, which anyone can check for themselves with a quick glance of your post history.

    Thankfully I don't see much of it as you are part of an exclusive club of 1 person who has remained on my ignore list long term, but it does wind me up when other people are impacted by your constant negativity.
    Don't throw the food under the bridge.

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