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    For sale.

    Mitsubishi, Pajero, 1993 Super Exceed Automatic.

    2.5 T Di LWB. Green over gold.

    MOT October 2010

    Road tax £180 PA.

    25 MPG

    F.S.H. all old MOTs

    120K Km [74K Miles].

    Warranted mileage.

    Toad Cat1 immobiliser/alarm 2 FOBS.

    FSH 1 Owner since imported.

    Full electrics.

    New timing belt at 60k Miles

    New brake pads

    New exhaust.

    Fully serviced

    Full leather trim.

    7Seater. Heated front seats fully adjustable

    All electric windows.

    Electric mirrors retractable.

    Soft. Medium. Hard suspension control.

    Overdrive 5-speed 4-wheel drive H/L/N Diff lock.

    Dual climate control.

    Power sunroof.

    Overdrive.

    CD Player [face off].

    Wrap around bull-bar.

    Fog lights.

    Side steps.

    Rear wash and wipe wiper.

    Etc Etc

    This 4X4 has never been off road.

    £1400.
     
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    Sounds good. If it did 40 mpg like me Galaxy I'd bite yer hand of.

    :D
     
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    What only 40 MPG. I had a Galaxy that did 57 MPG 1998 1.9TDi Ghia x.
    And guess what I want Another one:nod:
    What one you got?
     
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    Bog standard 1.9 diesel 1996. It has done 308000 miles. That 40 mpg is an all around figure,town driving an lots of hills and narrow bendy roads an motorway driving at 70 mph+.
    It is great as I can noesy into folks gardens and see over walls and hedges. Guess I can get better mpg if I drive slower on the motorway.
    I want a new one as the rear seats fold flat into the floor, no lifting in and out. An I want the captains chairs that swivel around with arm rests.
    I'm of camping in it if we get some summer this year. Blow up double bed in the back an I'm of adventureing along with me trusty 19 30'2 Primus.

    Go go go Galaxy's.

    :D
     
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    You have one of the first models:nod:

    But they are a very good motor 308K still the same engine?
    The one I had were a cracker it had just about every extra available it was a BT directors car.
    Red i as in TDi
    Did a run Swansea to Luton trip computer showed> 67MPG distance>210mls
    average speed>68mph:thumb:
     
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    Yup same engine. Put a recon gearbox in last Dec. First an second gear share the same slip diff ring thingy an it went a week after I got it an have been driving for the last year with only a half functioning first an second gear. In an emergency I could have crashed the gears so there was no danger to anyone but it did mean I had to do some very niffty thinking to keep driving smoothly . Clutch eventually gave up so took the risk of getting the recon gearbox at the same time.
    Ford changed engine types in about 1997 ish I think to a crossrail type I belive so maybe that is where you get the better milage from. 67 is darn impressive , you sure that was not kilometers :D

    Secret to longevity in diesels is regular oil an filter changes and no high screaming revs an then they will run forever.

    :D
     
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    Yes changed engine from 90 BHP to a VW 1.9 110BHP

    Yep it was MPG:p bloody brilliant it were.... Avg MPG 57

    Yep thats it will go for ever>>>>>>>:nod:
     
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    Ah the woes of being poor. I always seem to be behind the times stuck with old tech.
    If I had one of them newer engines I would be getting for the extra 17 mpg , £6.29 extra per gallon in me voulantry driving expenses. That would be like getting an instant rise of about 20% in income.

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    Poor you may be but! A real Gentleman:nod: And that is worth more to people you care for:thumb:
     
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    Thanks for the compliment. Though I think you are a little too kind.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Went to look at a few Ford Galaxies today.

    Huh! um heap big shyte these traders are:nod: even knowing me as a retired trader they try to sell rubbish knowing I would tell them what to do.[now bend over and I will show you where to put it]

    Ho well car auctions for me>>>>>:D
     
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    Good luck . [​IMG]
     
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    I actually want a Pajero when I pass my test, great price as well Itsme :thumb:
     
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    You get what you pay for the Pajero I have is in a class of its own!:nod: I have seen some really bad examples IE auto trader and local etc. Being a retired Jaguar technician I get any work required done to a very high standard by technicians I have either trained and/or who are known to be capable, as I would not accept shoddy workmanship.:bow:
     
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    What was it like for fuel, how much did you put in a week or so ?
     
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    Why you getting rid of it then?
     
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    Mitsubishi, Pajero, 1993 Super Exceed Automatic.

    2.5 T Di LWB. Green over gold.


    MOT October 2010

    Road tax £180 PA.

    25 MPG:D

    F.S.H. all old MOTs

    120K Km [74K Miles].

    Warranted mileage.
     
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    Health reasons me "nosey" old mate:D ;)
     
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    Ah, Didn't see that bit lol :p

    Now, where did I put my glasses... :)
     
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    He has a mini coronary every time he fills up.

    :p
     
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