Peugeot 405 Mi16 $7000. Series 1
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    Peugeot 405 Mi16 $7000. Series 1

    Well it's time to move the mi16, this car is flawless, an absolute beutie, i advertised it about a month ago here, well it has to go.
    You will not fault it, full Peugeot service history 170, 000km's, timing belt has been done.
    Pictures are available at: <a href="http://www.pugsport.com.au" target="_blank">Mi16 pics</a>
    If you are seriously looking for a Mi16, then it will be worth the $150 plane ticket to have a look, the car drives like new!!!
    Guess there are no pug enthusiast's in Adelaide that don't yet have a Mi16.

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    why is it missing the armrest in the front ???
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    Dunno?????
    Are you sure they are in all series 1's?
    Because there is no broken plastic or anything.
    There is nothing broken in the interior.
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    pugrambo:
    why is it missing the armrest in the front ???
    I don't think the armrests were standard on Series 1 cars. I've seen many Mi16's without the front armrest (all fabric trimmed vehicles). If it was fitted originally, it would have two holes for screws just behind the centre-console box lid.
    For the Mi16 it's probably a good thing as it interferes with the handbrake when down, and with selecting second and fourth gear with the armrest up.

    Great looking car, and I hope it goes to a responsible, caring and deserving owner. Wish I had a lazy 7k lying around!

    <small>[ 17 June 2003, 08:00 PM: Message edited by: Jez 405 ]</small>
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    Front arm rests only with leather, and they're a pain on a manual anyway.

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    what type and how much for the heavy duty clutch for 205. How much is it rated to take and do you have them for s1 and s2. Cheers
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    PeterT:
    Front arm rests only with leather, and they're a pain on a manual anyway.
    Apologies for being pedantic....I think the leather trim comes with a front armrest - but not necessarily vice-versa. I've seen a few fabric-trimmed armrest equipped Series II's about.
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    Hi all...
    Mr Fat Bastard you have a PM
    Chhers cheers!
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    Adrian, $7k, is there anything at all wrong with this car? Email me if you want ([email protected])... I was in the market for a 205, but this looks pretty good value, and low kms is always a bonus...

    Thanks.

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    Nick,
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    G'day,
    I am very interested in this car, I live in melbourne but am soon to go on 5 weeks leave so a drive down to Adelaide is not out of the question.

    Is it still for sale and is it in as good nick as you say??

    I always find it hard to judge from photos....

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    The car is excellent, i have sent you an email..
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    I wouldn't mind some pics as well.
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    I wouldn't mind some pics as well.
    Thanks,
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    I can organise car transport from Adelaide to Melbourne for $150, and to Sydney for about $350.
    If this helps.
    Cgeers
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