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    Default Time to charter that freighter?

    A shedload (circa 150?) of CXs under the hammer, pity that they're all LHD, I guess...

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    What's the difference between a Limousine and a Prestige?

    i notice that one CX diesel listed has a mileage of 907,000 km !!

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    A Limousine is a diesel, a Prestige is petrol.
    IIRC the standard of trim on the Limousine was slightly lower than the Prestige for some, if not all, year models.
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    I'm really looking forward to the story. Good grief.
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    Only two petrol turbos there... I'd grab those two ...... and the best prestige there to shove the turbo'd donks into
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce H View Post
    A Limousine is a diesel, a Prestige is petrol.
    IIRC the standard of trim on the Limousine was slightly lower than the Prestige for some, if not all, year models.
    Thanks Bruce. One can learn something new every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Hoffmann View Post
    What's the difference between a Limousine and a Prestige?

    i notice that one CX diesel listed has a mileage of 907,000 km !!
    One owner, 93,000 km in reverse from new.
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