Classic in England

If you have found something suitable, kick the thing 'open' to see if the engine 'puffs' ...
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We regularly let you know that great (classic) bargains are available in Great Britain. The purchase of a vehicle - or parts - there is a matter of being careful. Hence a few tips. To begin with, you must ensure that the seller of 'your' (new) car is also the owner on the registration certificate (V5C form). With the registration certificate in hand, it is important to check the chassis number (VIN number) on the paper with the chassis number on the chassis plate. Is the license plate on the road tax label behind the windshield correct with the plates on the car? Is there still MOT inspection (MOT is called that on the island), then also check whether the entered license plate number corresponds to the license plates on the car ... Take a good look at the car before you test drive and also afterwards. While driving, all kinds of things can come to mind ... Checking the oil level before and after the ride is also recommended. Also 'kick' the thing 'open', you can in your rearview mirror (s) or the motor 'plumes'. It is absolutely advisable to meet the seller at his (home) house, his business and not meet at a pub or in a parking lot, exit or other place, because if you don't want you to know where the seller lives, then If you do not want the seller to be traced ... Buying (used) parts that you pay immediately can also be a risk. The package can never arrive ... (because it was never sent). Paying with your credit card or PayPal account is recommended, although PayPal does not give the desired guarantee, but will make an impression on the seller ...

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If you have found something suitable, kick the thing 'open' to see if the engine 'puffs' ...
If you have found something suitable, kick the thing 'open' to see if the engine 'puffs' ...

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