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Newbie to world of peugeot

Post by BigDaz » Wed Apr 27, 2016 7:20 pm

Hello all newbie from Scotland here my name is Daz i just picked up a silver 406 S HDI as a new work car just thought its always better being part of a club these days and this one seems great it is abit weird driving a pug as i am a vauxhall man and have always drove vauxhall's but needs must traveling 100+ miles a day for work needed a cheap diesel and pug diesels are meant to be really strong so i am told my new purchase Has 175k on the clock for the sum of £500 which i thought wasn't to bad and seems to run fine
Seems to be really clean for her age couple of rust spots at bottom of the door
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Re: Newbie to world of peugeot

Post by jonsowman » Wed Apr 27, 2016 7:22 pm


Yes they're good old workhorses, 175k is nothing. Looks like a nice clean example 8)
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Re: Newbie to world of peugeot

Post by Doggy » Wed Apr 27, 2016 10:42 pm

Hi & welcome aboard. 8)

Jon's right, it's barely run in. Looks like a nice tidy one too.
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