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steveh14



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PostSubject: what to pay for a bug   Sat 24 Jan - 15:36

Hi iv'e been a member on here for quite a while , my origional user name was steve scooby but could not get on so made a new one up. i sold my scooby around 2 years ago and now looking for another one , i quite like the bug eyes . There is a wrx i fancy for sale on scoobynet its world rally blue ,sti spoiler, white rota wheels, coilovers ,all belts done,engine rebuild 10k ago from scoobyclinic .£4500 i know prices have started to go up just wondering if you guys think its a fair price . I offered him £3500 but wouldnt budge really only dropped price to £4400. Cheers
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PostSubject: Re: what to pay for a bug   Sat 24 Jan - 16:26

I just sold my blue bugeye wrx before Xmas it had full service history belts and pulls changed with 80000 miles on the clock and it was mapped to 340bhp buy bob rawle I sold it for £3800 if that's any help m8
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PostSubject: Re: what to pay for a bug   Sat 24 Jan - 21:02

I suppose a price for a car depends on what you want to spend on one Steve
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PostSubject: Re: what to pay for a bug   Sun 25 Jan - 4:48

Braddaz13 wrote:
I just sold my blue bugeye wrx before Xmas it had full service history belts and pulls changed with 80000 miles on the clock and it was mapped to 340bhp buy bob rawle I sold it for £3800 if that's any help m8
supose not to far off the mark if its a good one .
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PostSubject: Re: what to pay for a bug   Sun 25 Jan - 4:52

andyden71 wrote:
I suppose a price for a car depends on what you want to spend on one Steve
I have the money for it but at that price its around bug sti money . Then again if its a well looked after car with engine rebuild its maybe worth it . will try to get him down a bit more .
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PostSubject: Re: what to pay for a bug   Sun 25 Jan - 11:47

I bought my WR blue bug just before Christmas. 52 plate, 71k on the clock, big spec, mapped my Andy Forrest, f/s/h and spotless interior. £3200
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