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Jim1500

Scrappage back!

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Jim1500

Mate spied this yesterday

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kiran_182

Scrappage was a bad thing

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Dean

It really was, so many decent cars lost to this stupid scheme,

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Jim1500

This one is still mot'd for another few months, nephew rang the garage asking about it and was basically told one of the bosses owned it and it was £2k if he wanted it!

Mate knew it as a daily driver in the area, had had a bit of welding but an honest and straight car. It isn't worth £2k though 🤨

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Yeti

You never know, that boss might be planning a resto when the stickers come off it.

 

I can see scrappage going around again after all this is over to get the economy going and get us to chop in all those dirty diesels that they sold as the green option last time round. 

 

So if you're thinking about a 9n GT130, buy now 😁

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kwijibo_coupe

I really hope it doesn't come back, but I can see it happening to try and kick start the economy again. 

 

Watch the price of every new car they deem eligible go up in price by £2k over night and watch the jokers that think because their rotten Pug 106 has 3 weeks MOT on it it's worth £2k. 

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