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Old 28-08-20, 06:47 PM   #1
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And another MOT pass...👍

Another year, and another MOT pass (well, after a retest on the front brakes). Phew! I’m always surprised when it goes through!
Checking the MOT mileage, sadly I managed just 68 (!!) miles over the past 12 months. I changed jobs last year and now work at home, so just don’t get to use it anymore. Which leads me to thinking maybe it is time to sell after 5-6 years. I guess the market for 180s is as poor as always?
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Old 28-08-20, 09:18 PM   #2
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It will always depend on condition of your car. If it's nice someone not even looking might be tempted. A few dogs out there just now, and a damage repaired mk2 where the trader wants £4k !

Give it a go and see what happens if you'd sell up. Start high .... With 68 miles done if it was insured and taxed for the year each of those miles probably cost you a tenner !
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Old 29-08-20, 05:00 PM   #3
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well done on the pass.

I'd keep it for the fun you can have, aginst what you might get for it.

Good luck with whatever.

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Depending on spec, history and condition the prices do vary. However good ones are fetching decent prices so donít go low unless it needs tlc. Anyone wanting cheap ZSs are just tight and driving prices down, mostly those only interested in buying to break. Good ones are getting thin on the ground now. There has been good write ups in classic car mags lately so it can only help.
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