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Lupo 1.7 SDi spares or repair Cambridge Edition

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Model:Lupo SDI CAMBRIDGE EDITION

MOT:06/03/2018

TAX: n/a

Engine size:1.7

Fuel type: Diesel

Description including modifications:150k mileage. This vehicle has failed rear axle and was purchased to provide front end parts to repair our other Lupo which had front end damage after skidding on snow/ice last March. 
4 x Alloy wheels. Electric windows.  Cambridge special edition cup-holders.  Some service history.

Location: NP25 4QG (Monmouth)

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Price: £190

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I will take both rear light light clusters off your hands provided they are not damaged and if you are willing to split them from the car. I live in Cardiff so could come and collect them.

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buy the whole car.

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Please please dismantle it... lots of cracking parts on it. It's just i have no easy way to get it to me in Reading.

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Still trying to keep the car together as a whole - someone must want this rare example

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I'd leave it as a whole.

Put the se back together at the expense of th blue one.

Maybe even do the beam and it will sell easily 

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@Rich is right as usual. Sigh. Yeah, after thinking about it, makes more finacial sense to rebuild it. As a runner, it'd be worth around £1500, in decent nick. Maybe even more depending on milage and history. Get a new beam from a breakers sent to you. Maybe £50? Then perhaps five/six hours to swap all the parts back again. Get an MOT and it'll sell quick. Invest perhaps £200 at a local workshop and let them do it in their free time if you are too busy..... :)

SDIs have the lowest running cost of just about any Vdub ever. They are in demand. Cheaper to own/run/maintain than a fox, polo, up or other little thing.

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Anything is better than a fox.

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