Allright, so no one wants to buy my 306 huh ?
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    Thank God for my Hydroen harrisson_citroen's Avatar
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    Allright, so no one wants to buy my 306 huh ?

    So I am lowering the price once more to $9950
    this car is immaculate, 72000kms serviced only
    by Peugeot.
    It's Mum's car and she cannot drive anymore
    I can't believe i have no takers at this PRICE
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    This really does sound like a top car. I had a friend who may have been interested but I had also given a mint 405 the thumbs up a few days previously & I thought he was wavering, however by the time I got back to give him details on this he'd already committed himself to the 405.
    Can you post a photo of it?
    May help.

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    probbly just no market for it atm

    my add hasnt had any replies yet.. and my bxs' price is completely negotiable... clown

    nemind... keep tryin dood

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    If it's any consolation to you guys, there's a guy I know who's been searching for a cheap, highish spec 306 for a few months now - in Melbourne.
    And I'd definately have a look at the BX....if it were in Melbourne
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    thank you for the kind words, but does anybody want to BUY IT?????
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    Jez 405:

    And I'd definately have a look at the BX....if it were in Melbourne
    I'll 'teleport it from sydney for ya! wink

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    Guys for what it's worth, I've bought three cars in Sydney & I live in central coastal Queensland.
    The trick is to basically tell the seller that you don't want nor will take any bullshit!! If the cars got a dodgy motor, say so. The buyers going to spot it anyway. If it's got a dent in the front guard or rust in the door, what's the point in making a prize tool of yourself by denying it exists. The last car I bought in Sydney, I spoke to a seller who sounded genuine. He sent me photos which looked like a million dollars. I got a gut feeling about this guy the way he acted. So I found a second car to look at. First guy turned up & the beautiful paintwork was photographed a couple of years earlier; before it crazed. It was stuffed. The back seat had a hole in it and really the car was basically crap even though he reckoned he had receipts for thousands spent. He took us for a test drive (he drove) and kept the radio going all the time. When I got behind the wheel, I found the c-matic slipped; I found this by accident as I overshot "Father gooses" driveway.
    I treated this guy as he deserved. Wiped him like a dirty b\/m.
    There's an old saying; tell someone a thousand truths and they will not know if they should believe you. Tell them one lie, and they will disbelieve every one of the thousand truths you have told. In the case of selling a motor car, this is the best advice I can give; based on my experience as a car salesmanager.
    These days you can fly Brisbane to Sydney for less than $100 and Sydney to Melbourne (or vice versa) for about the same. Give a detailed description & photos if possible as a seller & ask all the right questions as a buyer and really it is very feasible to travel interstate to buy a car. The quality of what is available and prices make it a worthwile venture from my experience.
    I'll get off the soapbox now & give someone else a go clown clown tongue approve

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