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Posted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 10:52 pm 
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Ride: NC II Fairlane

Location: morayfield
QLD, Australia

well the other half id due to give birth on january 6th and we only just realised that the pram wont fit in the boot of the 323 so its time to sell it as it will be no use to us.

its a 1989 BF 323 Sedan, 1.6L Carbie, 3 Speed Auto the interior is almost mint condition the outside is about 90% perfect. the front lower stone guard thing has some damage as you can see in the pics and there is 2 small paint imperfections, one on the boot and one on the drivers side rear door. all windows are good with no cracks. the wheels are about 3 months oldand are 95% tread. no burnouts have ever been done in this car. it hasnt been thrashed. the paint on the boonet has a very slight fade.

and best of all COLD AIR CON

the car has rego till january but needs new shocks all round for RWC.

the car is in my uncles name but it will be transfered into my name before changing into the new owners name. however the shocks need to be done before that so if the new buyer wants the rego we will have to organise something about the shocks.


so as an overcap of whats needed for RWC
1. 4x shocks
2. i recomend an oil change in the auto unless you plan to go manual.
3. i think the brake pads need doing which i can pay for and install.

i dont have any pics of the interior but i will get some tomorrow.

im looking for around the 1700 with rego (this includes my doing brakes and tranny fluid change) or 1400 with no rego.

please note hubcaps arnt on the car as one fell off (cheap quality) they have the stock rims with mazda center caps.

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located in morayfield/caboolture area if anyone wants to have a look/testdrive

 

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Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2007 4:01 pm 
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Ride: NC II Fairlane

Location: morayfield
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the auto issues: it has a bump into gears when cold for the first 5 minutes of driving. i was told to put a new filter and oil in it and it should sort the issue out. once the gearbox warms up it shifts like a dream.

i was asked for some more pics so i have added ones of the paint blemishes etc. a quick rub over those spots and a $9 can of touch up and it would look good as new i rekon.

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as you can see the slight fade on the bonnet
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the next one is on the rear 1/4
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and the rear door
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the interior is pretty much spot on apart from a dent/screw push mark on the glove box
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the dash has 100% no cracks
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origional factory jack and tools
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spare tyre in good condition. about 20-30% id say
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motor is neat, and pretty clean
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spark plugs, leads, oil filter, oil, and i think the air filter were done about 4-5 months ago

there is a sub in the boot at the moment but wil be removed. no holes were drilled ANYWHERE. i installed the stereo as in a way not to break anything so when it was removed it would be stock again.
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this plug was already missing in the engine bay which is why i used it
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any other questions please ask.


oh and to note i will be removing the headunit, but i will keep the 4" JBL in stock front position and the 6" kenwood 3 ways in the rear if the new owner wishes. the speakers are 3 weeks old

 

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