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Discussion in 'Spotted on eBay!' started by sabre1966, Jul 3, 2011.
2004 MERCEDES CL 65 AUTO BLACK | eBay UK
My cl65 up for sale
want to swap it for my 2 1994 coupes?
i bet that beast sound slike hell on toast when in a hurry
just think if the original owner had bought a car for £5k an then spent £145 on a house he/she would still have something worth £145k ish
i love the car though
I suspect the original owner already has a house and didn't want to drive a £5K car. You can't take it with you...
Plus the house does not move like the devil with his backside on fire!
True, but without these nutters, lesser mortals like me could not have what I have now...
615bhp - kin 'ell
will you swap it for my 16 bedroom mansion, i say mine its not actually mine, in fact ive no idea who lives there but once you have signed the car over to me im sure if you explain the situation to the owners of the property they will willingly hand it over
It's going at the end of august so if you have an interest please let me know
wish i could afford the upgrade, lovely car
Beautiful car, but only 3 months MOT would have me a bit puzzled. Also no detail of service history? Specialised market and all that.
It does say "CL65 AMG black, black leather, for sale with fmbsh, all usual features you would expect. cost over £150k new. private plate removed prior to sale."
Life doesn't revolve around MOTs.
If you have decided to sell, why wait two and a half months to then get an MOT?
I sold my last car with less than 2 months less but to the best of my knowledge it would sail it (like it did for the previous 4 under my ownership).
What does it matter if it only has 3 months?
Because on an expensive car, £40 for a new MOT is a reassurance for many buyers.
Cats, tyres, brakes, steering/suspension bits etc.
I probably wouldn't bother if it had say 6-9 months remaining, but with 2 and a bit months remaining it makes sense to put another ticket on a £20k+ 7 year old car
Says the owner hasn't the confidence (at least to me) to get a year, its only £50 on a £150k car. I'm not saying you are wrong, just it would introduce doubts to me, an MOT failure could be costly.
I'd certainly not sell a car as nice as yours, without, if I wanted top money.
We'll differ on this but I would put it up right away.
I agree it is more attractive with an MOT but I would be getting the car inspected at that level of money (which I duly did with mine).
That would obviously be to a much greater detail than an MOT - which only serves to check how roadworthy it is and is only valid that day - a lot of which you can see for yourself when you look at it.
A buyer might get a bargain turning up at this stage due to others being put off by it having that much time left until it expires...
If it gives people piece of mind having a long MOT, that's their business.
As long as they realise that if you know the right people, you can get a guaranteed pass for £50.
Short MOT might possibly suggest to potential buyers "What else has owner been skimping on?"
If i was selling - i would put fresh MOT on it
Considering only 36 sold in UK surprised how many turn up for sale
Much harder than it was
And to be honest, it does give peace of mind. If you want top money for for a pricey car you need to al least say 'it will come with 12 months MOT once you've paid the deposit.
3 months and I know it will pass another, trust me I'm selling?
Yes, my business if I'm picky, but also my money. It may be a ringer MOT but at least I've 12 months to sort it.
I will get an mot for the car before the sale!