Nice K11, shame about the price. Who loves baby?

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Mine only had 21k miles when I bought it 3 years ago...for £500.
Wow, nice buy StOrm91, that’s more like I like it, 21K & £500 on the money. Nice one!

I acquired my current K11 two & a half years ago @ 34K, with Nissan FSH documented invoices history, for the same £500 price.

Should see me right for the next five years of cheap as chips K11motoring?
 
#4
I'm on the lookout for another k11 like you guys have bought also.
There seems to be a lot being sold off at the moment.
I'll probably use this one I have as a donor car then.
 
#5
I'm on the lookout for another k11 like you guys have bought also.
There seems to be a lot being sold off at the moment.
I'll probably use this one I have as a donor car then.
Buy a low miles one in all good order with documented FSH for years of trouble free runabout cheap as chips K11 motoring, with minimal parts required?

Tiz the tin worm in the inner/outer sills & front cross member that gets them beyond economic repair mostly. :cry:
 
#6
Buy a low miles one in all good order with documented FSH for years of trouble free runabout cheap as chips K11 motoring, with minimal parts required?

Tiz the tin worm in the inner/outer sills & front cross member that gets them beyond economic repair mostly. :cry:
Yes, I agree.
Just seen one like that advertised. It had only done 23 k, they wanted something like £700 but it was mint!
As they say on the programme "The Apprentice", the search continues,,!
 
#7
Bumblebee cost £220 with 8months mot and next to no rust, (front cross member and rear vent,we're the only rust) sills were good not welded, 77k so say less between starts, 1.3 and remote locking,
Millage really.means nothing, which everyone thinks,
 
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Quote; “Tiz the tin worm in the inner/outer sills & front cross member that gets them beyond economic repair mostly”. :cry:
All depends , I would not bother with a garage, specially after the box the bridge jobs for ££££ , it's the case of you need to get hands on , but she to lazyness, bs from garages and such and some people simply cannot , but the most annoying is how nearly everyone has joined the throwaway society ,
We got stuff people gave up on or just threw away and Tbh some are doing better then the modern equivalent ,
 
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All depends , I would not bother with a garage, specially after the box the bridge jobs for ££££ , it's the case of you need to get hands on , but she to lazyness, bs from garages and such and some people simply cannot , but the most annoying is how nearly everyone has joined the throwaway society ,
We got stuff people gave up on or just threw away and Tbh some are doing better then the modern equivalent ,
Just to add to this, if you are interested in learning about this sort of stuff these cars are almost impossible to break beyond recovery.
 
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