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SteelCityManta

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SteelCityManta last won the day on October 24 2014

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About SteelCityManta

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  • Birthday 30/05/1986

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    Sheffield
  • Name
    James

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  1. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F162736372233
  2. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F302513001938 If this link doesn’t work you can still find it by typing “Opel manta” in classic cars on eBay Very dodgy though, the guy has a total of 46 vehicles listed (a mix of classic cars, bikes, motor homes and caravans. All expensive stuff) all but 1 have a start price of £2000, all have 2 pictures all were listed at the same time and all are been sold on behalf of a friend and to email enquiries not through eBay but to a private email address.
  3. Maybe too good to be true? Although a lack of photos, it looks good and with that engine and the £3100 by it now price definitely has alarm bells ringing. More info and digging required I think.
  4. Hi Phil, big welcome to the club. Lots of friendly folk on here so make yourself at home, looks like a nice tidy example you have. More pics please when you get a mo. James
  5. In an ideal world MOT exemption would be brilliant but I think we need some kind of MOT testing to make sure our cars are road worthy. Not everyone is one step ahead when it comes to car maintenance and I would be devastated if someone was killed by a car who's brakes had failed because the owner had not spotted the corroded brake pipe. Tax exemption is fantastic and is welcomed with both arms open but no one can get hurt if you don't tax your car, can the same really be said about not having to MOT your vehicle?
  6. It's got a bid! Looks like it's gonna sell this time. Anyone in here?
  7. Welcome to the club Daniel. Both of your manta's (past and present) look very nice.
  8. Go for it Jack! You can always pay for your insurance in installments, which based on the quote you got the other month would be something like £60 first payment.
  9. Welcome to the club Robert, Lammy's old car if I'm not mistake. Good to see it's stayed in the club
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