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Old 19th March 2017, 17:37   #1
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Default New Purchase Ski Blue Connoisseur CDTi Auto

Just Purchased this
Paid Forecourt Reasonable price for the Excellent condition & the body work is Immaculate
77000 miles 2 owners FSH with power-folds
aftermarket Cruise(not so good) may retrofit standard in the future
Webasto FBH no remote or Timer so probably was remote will look later
in glove box for the receiver
Jobs to do ATF full change
repaint wheel nuts if in good nick
New Disks & pads all round within a year
Service fbh & purchase a remote T80
T90 ? and Synch
Hopefully this will be keeper
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Old 19th March 2017, 17:48   #2
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Looks stunning, a keeper for sure
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Old 19th March 2017, 18:00   #3
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Your 75 is a really nice looking car and a really nice colour. I applied a coat of paint the bolts on the bolts on my ZTT and fitted Chrome look alloy wheel bolt covers.



I also done the same to my 75 that I used to own although I used a slightly different style of bolt cover which had a set of Forked Alloy Wheels fitted.




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Old 19th March 2017, 18:11   #4
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Thanks Lotus ,I do prefer the look of the MG ZT to the 75
& Biomorphic Green looks stunning.
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Thanks Nev,

Good idea I do like the 5 star spoke alloy wheels and I will get some in the future.
Ive Just missed out on a set with decent tyres
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Beautiful car in a beautiful colour
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Thanks yes it appears to be quite rare in the 75
I will get some decent photos up once polished
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Welcome to Ski Blue club
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yep - I agree with the other comments - lovely car in a lovely colour.. and suits the mk2..

nice one.. enjoy..
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Just Purchased this
Paid Forecourt Reasonable price for the Excellent condition & the body work is Immaculate
77000 miles 2 owners FSH with power-folds
aftermarket Cruise(not so good) may retrofit standard in the future
Webasto FBH no remote or Timer so probably was remote will look later
in glove box for the receiver
Jobs to do ATF full change
repaint wheel nuts if in good nick
New Disks & pads all round within a year
Service fbh & purchase a remote T80
T90 ? and Synch
Hopefully this will be keeper
I think you will find that the paint code is JBH ( low down on the passenger side 'B' pillar). It is' Wedgewood Blue Two'.
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