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Always sad to see a car go.

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Posts: 1,236
Registered: 02-08-2007

Always sad to see a car go.

My 98 Seat Ibiza was too far gone for MOT this year so I bought a replacemant last week. The Ibiza is still driving well so I have sold it to a friend for £75 for racing in a field on the condition that I get first go. I am always quite emotional to see cars go and I was driving that one for 5 years, I loved it  Sad
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Re: Always sad to see a car go.

You must be getting old Sean - it's usually us 'senior' folk who get too attached to our old things.
Have had quite a few cars in the past and never been too bothered about seeing them go but perhaps that's just me - cars have never interested me too much.
Current one is not going anywhere despite being almost 4 years old as we have spent too much money on it having an LPG conversion.
Doubtless you'll enjoy the new vehicle, which will be much better for your business.
Denzil
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Registered: 31-07-2007

Re: Always sad to see a car go.

Quote from: Sean
The Ibiza is still driving well so I have sold it to a friend for £75 for racing in a field on the condition that I get first go.

That's the spirit. At least let it have some fun in its old age.
I have only ever bought one car. That was in 1993. It is a Series 2A Land Rover made in 1971, and despite the best efforts of corrosion, the odd careless driver, and some hard use at times it has always been repairable.