MG 1300

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timell
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MG 1300

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I think someone got a good deal........

https://historics.proxibid.com/aspr/MG- ... d=37887859

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surfblue63
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I think that is a pricey MG 1300. With commission that has cost the buyer £6490 plus any VAT payable.
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rich@minispares.com
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Re: MG 1300

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Nice looking snouter though and a bargain when compared to a mini
should you wish, you can contact me on rich@minispares.com

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Re: MG 1300

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I took a look at it on Saturday ,it was ok but the rear subframe would have to be changed soon

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it was ok but the rear subframe would have to be changed soon.

If that was the case, then the subframe mounting are bound to be crusty too.

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Ha Ha, lesson learned on my part too. Poke and ye shall find!!!!!.

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