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Old 16 February 2018, 05:21 PM   #1  
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Default Priced for quick sale - 2004 (54) Impreza STI JDM Litchfield Type 20

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Old 17 February 2018, 02:32 PM   #2  
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Old 19 February 2018, 12:19 PM   #3  
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Is there a litchfield receipt and a numbered plaque?
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Old 19 February 2018, 11:20 PM   #5  
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Is there a litchfield receipt and a numbered plaque?
Hi dude, I have the original Litchfield warranty log book which has a copy of the reciept of warranty. The numbered plaques came on later models. None issued on the 2003 or 2004 models as far as I am aware.

Folder full of receipts and work done to the car when Litchfield used power engineering for work on their cars and also when they serviced the car and subsequently all the work carried out by Brian Downie who can also vouch for it 👍
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Weekend bump, happy to listen to sensible offers 👍
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Old 26 February 2018, 09:51 AM   #8  
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Old 26 February 2018, 10:40 AM   #9  
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If only the car was nearer to me.
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Old 26 February 2018, 08:26 PM   #10  
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If only the car was nearer to me.
planes, trains, bus or take the car and make a weekend of it .. there's lots of ways to get to it if you really want it.

I travelled from Burton on Trent to almost Peterhead to view a car I bought, but I had lots of chats with the owner / photos and the like, so I knew before I went that it was the car for me. Distance is a relative these days - you can fly from East Midlands to Aberdeen and back in the day. And if you're spending 12-13k on a car then a couple of hundred isn't much to fork out.
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I can vouch for worth travelling for right car, I sold a car to someone from Scotland a few years ago, met them at Birmingham airport and they drove back home, pretty easy transaction. Just need an honest buyer and seller so you know what you are getting.
No one knows the faults on a car like the owner and if they are honest it’s easy to decide if the trip is worth the risk.
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Old 27 February 2018, 11:55 AM   #12  
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I know Aberdeen is a bit of a distance away from the usual car, but for any potential buyers out there I am happy to travel down to fife area as an added incentive for anyone. Should chop of 4 hours journey time (Approximately). My folks are from down that way so for serious offers I am happy to do that.

Thanks for all the comments so far ��
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planes, trains, bus or take the car and make a weekend of it .. there's lots of ways to get to it if you really want it.

I travelled from Burton on Trent to almost Peterhead to view a car I bought, but I had lots of chats with the owner / photos and the like, so I knew before I went that it was the car for me. Distance is a relative these days - you can fly from East Midlands to Aberdeen and back in the day. And if you're spending 12-13k on a car then a couple of hundred isn't much to fork out.
But you do not know my circumstances so maybe keeping your comments to yourself might be a good idea.
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But you do not know my circumstances so maybe keeping your comments to yourself might be a good idea.
you do know its a public forum so be nothing on it if nobody commented, was a perfectly friendly comment as there is an airport in Aberdeen ive traveled a round trip of 1000 miles for my last 2 car.
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BUMP. 2 Brand new front tyres fitted this weekend due to a puncture.


The spare will also be included in the sale (7mm)
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Price dropped.

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Looks good, i've sent details onto some friends that are in the market.

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Looks good, i've sent details onto some friends that are in the market.

Thanks buddy! Much appreciated


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Price dropped to 12,000 ONO. Something else has caught my eye, pm me if interested
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Hi dude, I have the original Litchfield warranty log book which has a copy of the reciept of warranty. The numbered plaques came on later models. None issued on the 2003 or 2004 models as far as I am aware.

Folder full of receipts and work done to the car when Litchfield used power engineering for work on their cars and also when they serviced the car and subsequently all the work carried out by Brian Downie who can also vouch for it 👍
Do you mean Power Station? They were legendary back in the day 😉
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BUMP, also now on Autotrader and eBay. Price dropped to 11,500.

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