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# 37441 13-Jul-2009 17:01
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4.0L Auto. Factory 'Classic' kit (16" wheels, bodykit, spoiler etc). 139km.

$6000.

Vehicle is located in Hawkes Bay.

Dark metallic green.
Charcoal velour interior.

Factory CD player (four speakers, nice and loud, plenty of bass/treble).

Small hole in drivers seat from previous owner.
Tiny dent in boot lid, cheap to fix, barely noticeable.
Exhaust tip is just mild steel pipe, could do with a $30 chrome tip or something to look really nice.
Main interior light doesn't work, but front ceiling mounted map lights do work just fine.
AC works great, but the LED on the button itself doesn't light up.
Starts and runs excellently, no smoke. Very smooth and powerful.
Has ABS brakes, cruise control etc etc.
Overall condition of this car would be 8/10. Its really tidy, but cosmetically you will find some flaws if you look closely.
Looks fantastic when groomed!
Drives straight. Tows well. Over 500km to a tank of gas if you drive nice and sedately.

Classic series (a $2,500 premium when new):

Limited Edition
16 inch Prestige alloy wheels
Side skirts
Body coloured mirrors
Leather steering wheel
Velour interior
Four power windows
Floor mats
Classic decals

Selling because I am embarrassed to own a Ford. Sorry sbiddle.

PM me or email my first name at tall dot co dot new zealand.







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