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#1 gixer1000

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 09:39 PM

hello fellow ford owners,new here,how we doing,im after buying the other half a ST170 in the next couple of weeks,probably an 03/04 model,with sub 50k on the clock,aint in no rush,and i got plenty to look at,mainly in dealers,just for that extra piece of mind,if anything does go * * * * up with it,i can drive it back through their showroom window :D

what i'd like to know is there anything i should be looking out for in particular?

any advice would be gratefully accepted

thanks in advance

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#2 Chris494rep

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 10:01 PM

hello fellow ford owners,new here,how we doing,im after buying the other half a ST170 in the next couple of weeks,probably an 03/04 model,with sub 50k on the clock,aint in no rush,and i got plenty to look at,mainly in dealers,just for that extra piece of mind,if anything does go * * * * up with it,i can drive it back through their showroom window :D

what i'd like to know is there anything i should be looking out for in particular?

any advice would be gratefully accepted

thanks in advance



Why not take your time, check Ebay/ Autotrader everyday for a few months, get loads of advice off the guru's on here, then when your sure you've got a bargain, take out a private warranty and save loads!

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 10:52 PM

Why not take your time, check Ebay/ Autotrader everyday for a few months, get loads of advice off the guru's on here, then when your sure you've got a bargain, take out a private warranty and save loads!



mate,thats a top idea,i've had a look about,and have found 3 "large" companys that offer this,and im tending to lean towards this one...... http://www.click4war...ranties-uk.aspx

any thoughts,or any other companys i should be looking at?


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