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eBay purchase/Advice.. Does anyone know the history of this car

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Hi all

new to Westies so wondering if anyone knows this car and any advice prior to purchasing?

Thanks

Dave

Westfield SE Vulcan Engineering built 2.1 Pinto Twin 40's LSD kit car, Caterham https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F253441798762

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It looks like a nice car. I bought mine a couple of weeks ago and I have to admit it was the first Westfield I had ever seen in the flesh.

I concentrated on whether the chassis looked in good condition, the engine and gearbox seemed ok and whether it was registered correctly on the V5c. Unless you have a big budget there will always be compromises. Good luck.

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I don't know it I'm sorry 

But he has about grands worth of parts on the table there. 

41k miliage although high on cars like this suggest a car that's been well used and therefore reliable which then points to being pretty well built (you'd hope) 

I would try and see more than one as you can benchmark one against the other. 

I saw 2 and (pondered many) and the way one drove to the other was chalk and cheese. I also saw the difference in build quality which put my mind at rest and no "what if's" with my decison

Hope it works out 

 

 

 

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If you are not in a hurry there are normally quite a few cars up for sale on the club area at Stoneleigh in May and you will be able to compare and contrast lots of cars.

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