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Discussion in 'Spotted on eBay!' started by tpwuk, Sep 24, 2010.
2003 53 reg MERCEDES E55 AMG AUTO ESTATE 470 BHP on eBay (end time 02-Oct-10 08:06:33 BST)
A bargain IMO.
If I had a sparke 11.5K it would be mine.
I may be doing the car a dis-service but the quality of the repair looks questionable in those photos.
Look at panel gaps - the side doors appear not be aligned well, and the rear door doesn't appear to be blended into the rear quarter - unless it's a trick of the light:
Go for it.
i agree - you could drive a smart car through the gap above the headlights
going by the wording of the ad, that car is on the register, probably cat c or d, is it really worth 11.5 k when that is taken into consideration? how much is a mint 53 plate fetching, in this financial climate?
In estate form, you are looking at a minimum 16k
going by the headline of the ad, the car is cat d - "WAS CAT D LIGHT DAMAGED NOW FULLY REPAIR ED" !!
Feedback not good enough in my book
Poor paint job, Imo.
Silver is the worst one to much. Easier to paint entire car.
Looks like you could get your fist through the gap between the bonnet and n/s headlamp.
But as is always the case with these, you would have to inspect the thing carefully and make sure the paperwork passes muster. So - just like any other second-hand car purchase then!
I know, but ive never had a problem with it.
I have bought a number of CAT D cars over the years, repaired them/had them repaired, and then used them.
I feel that the biggest issue with purchasing a repaired CAT D vehicle is the sheer scope of damage that the classification can cover. Some vehicles have light panel damage and others are slaughtered - yet both would/could be a CAT D.
I personally would not buy an expensive repaired CAT D car unless I knew and trusted the repairer and had seen the extent of the damage beforehand.