1995 Toyota MR2 Rev3 Turbo F355 Replica. Tin Top. V.Low Mileage. 49k miles. L@@K!

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  1. Muscles

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    ******* MOD EDIT *******
    WARNING! This car does not appear to belong to Muscles, nor is it in his possession.
    Do not contact him with regards to purchasing this vehicle!!!
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    Rev3 Turbo F355 Tin Top For Sale.

    The car has the properly dimensioned front end, and wheel arch gaps are spot on.
    It looks every part the real F355 and not a cheap kit backyard job. This is 100% professionally done.
    Genuine REV3 turbo, running standard boost.
    Very Low mileage only having covered 79k kms. So only 49k miles.

    The car will be fitted with a new cambelt and new water pump including a fresh mot before sale.

    £XXXXXX

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  2. crazyae86

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    looks great mate
     
  3. Muscles

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    Thank you buddy. :).
     
  4. chackday

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    Hi

    What's your location pls and are you open to offers
     
  5. Muscles

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    Please PM me.

    Car is in Farnham Common. SL2 postcode.

    And yes open to offers.

    I have someone coming to view Monday or Tuesday.

    Thank you.
     
  6. got_s14a?

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    Well worth the money. Can't find a rev 3 tin top anywhere let alone a rarri rep
     
  7. Muscles

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    Definitely.
    Thank you buddy.


    Let me know if you or anyone wants first refusal.

    Been really really busy.

    Bringing it back from my storage in the next few days.

    Maybe Monday.

    So it will actually be available. :).
     
  8. Muscles

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    Admin. Please Delete.
     
  9. Fraser Mac

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    Hey, We got an email saying this car isn't in your possession and you haven't paid for it?

    Can you clear this up before anything is done with this thread?
     
  10. Muscles

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    Please delete thread.
     
  11. Muscles

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    I paid a deposit on the car but relations broke down.

    I pulled out of the sale.
     
  12. sindy mccormick

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    Muscles is a liar. He won ebay auction in July 2020, car was priced at 4500. He paid 100 deposit in 2 payments. Excuses for not collecting were, 1 his nans funeral, 2,couldn't get a trailer, 3, friend with transporter let him down, 4,bought transporter that had fuel problem, 5,transporter wouldn't go in to gear. All the while he's advertised my car on numerous pages stating its in his storage unit, making out he was in possession of it and trying to flip it for a profit. This is an amazing car that has never failed to start and has low mileage. The pics are my pics, of my car, for sale due to health problems, its sat on my driveway. If you want to know about the car, ask away. I waited 10 weeks for the time waster to come and collect, believing his lies and excuses. Hes lied to all of you, he's not even seen the car in person.
     
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    Car has NEVER been in Farnham Common. This guy has lied to you all
     
  14. Fraser Mac

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    We have decided to leave this For Sale thread open as a warning to others in the future.

    Some basic rules for buying cars off the internet folks -

    SELLING YOUR CAR SAFELY
    SAFETY TIPS FOR PRIVATE CAR SALES

    While there tends to be more risk in buying a car, private sellers are not immune to being targeted by fraudsters. To help you avoid falling victim to a crime, here are our top five things to know when selling your car:

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