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Old 30-12-2017, 10:48   #1
Bluejim
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Arosa dilemma

Bought the wife a black 1.4tdi needing a few jobs (it's for her to learn in)
Just haven't had time to sort it out so not sure what to do with it
I have fitted black front seats someone gave me they look better but it needs
Windscreen
Cv joint or boot as it's clicking
Backbox
Black rear seats
Ideally black carpet but not too fussed
Black door cards as last owner butchered old ones
2 tyres
And now a new battery as hasn't been started since end of October
Is it worth fixing or should I scrap
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Old 06-01-2018, 19:03   #2
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Worth it. Great little cars. Mine is a bit of a shed but never lets me down. Does over 50 to the gallon. Pulls like a train. Handles like a 2cv but always makes me smile.
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