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 Post subject: '95 Fiesta Si 2.0 - SOLD
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:48 pm 
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Hi all,

Unfortunately the time has come to part with my Fiesta which i have owned for 4 years. There are alot of niggly problems with the car but as a result I'm asking for a very reasonable £400. The car has some tax and 4 months MOT and can be driven off by the new owner. It flew through the last 2 MOTS without any advisories.
I am in the process of switching the personalised numberplate to my new car so I will have to wait for the DVLA before selling (est 1-2weeks?).


Fiesta Si 2.0 1995 N' Reg (Logbook states 1.6).
Mileage - Car = 80k, Engine = 90k
Panther Black
Good Strong Engine - Fitted in April 2010 by Streetracers.
New Cambelt when engine was fitted.
MOT - End of April
Tax - End of Feb (i need to check this, may be March).

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Good Points

- Resprayed in 2008, including 2 new rear arches & 2 new sills. Panther Black (Metallic), total cost £1200. Virtually rust free.
- Strong, solid engine, pulls very well with no idling problems.
- Suspension (GMAX -35mm) only a few years old.
- Wishbones, Discs, Pads and radiator have all recently been replaced.
- Front Heated screen in good working order (excellent this time of year).
- Starts first time everytime. Never left me in the sh!t.
- Power Streering, Drivers Airbag, Sunroof (no leaks).

Bad Points

- Involved in a small bump (2009) which was proffesionally repaired by Barwell Bodyworks. Repair included replacing bonnet with 'Ash Black' Bonnet (hardly noticeable), New Cross Member and dent removal on wing. I have driven this daily since the repair.
- As a result of the above I will be suppyling a new front bumper (unpainted). I intended to replace the current one as the paint has fractured from the accident but never got round to it.
- Electric windows do not work. (1 needs a new motor, 1 needs some wire connectiors and a proper electric window 'plug')
- Central locking does not work. Currently drivers side door does not unlock but I will attempt to fix this in the next few days.
- Boot Pop intermittant - contacts need cleaning or replacing.
- Brakes and tyres probably have one more MOT left...
- Although almost entirely rust free the paint over the rear arches needs looking at. It can't be seen from a distance, or when dirty, but I think it may just have needed a few more coats. Nothing major.



I have been as honest as possible with the above. I know this car very well and still enjoy driving it everyday to work. It runs sweet, but as mentioned it does have several niggles which in all honesty I have lost interest in trying to fix....

Contact: Andrew ([email protected]) / Private Message / 07851602513

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 Post subject: Re: '95 Fiesta Si 2.0
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 10:23 pm 
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Shame, i like this car, hope you have a good sale which im sure you will as imo £400 is a steal going off the condition.

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 Post subject: Re: '95 Fiesta Si 2.0
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:33 pm 
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what are the plates bolted in the boot floor ?

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 Post subject: Re: '95 Fiesta Si 2.0
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:37 pm 
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si-george wrote:
what are the plates bolted in the boot floor ?


Probably had a tow bar fitted at some point

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 Post subject: Re: '95 Fiesta Si 2.0
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Id bite your hand and possibly your leg for this car at that price!
So unfortunate itd be too much hassle and cost the same just to get it back home! And possibly the same again to get it re-registered! cos its too good to track! :D

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 Post subject: Re: '95 Fiesta Si 2.0
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If I had the space I'd have this! Less rot than mine I bet lol

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will PM you later. mums looking for another runabout, and this would be ideal. just need to see what she says.

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 Post subject: Re: '95 Fiesta Si 2.0
PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:25 pm 
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Yes towbar was fitted by previous owners.... removed by me.

to clarify the reg-plate stuff...i'm sorting that. It's just going to have different plates on it (N807 OBC). The reason i mentioned it was to let potential buyers know I will need the car for 1-2 weeks to get it switched over.

I've had some interest on FT too guys but i'd like to keep it in the FSI bunch ofcourse :thumbsup:

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