ZX Volcane Sold - getting fixed up

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Re: ZX Volcane for sale

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Stickyfinger wrote:
22 Nov 2017, 09:50
\May I point you to my post 4 up Paul

Yep!...seen it!! I was a bit late to the party there!!
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Maybe you could both start a bidding war. :lol:
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Just missed out there myself , I'll have to save the Zx spares in the garage until next time .

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white exec wrote:
22 Nov 2017, 11:09
They're the ones that roll backwards . . . :chin:

And they have to have directional tyres on the wrong way :lol:
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Re: ZX Volcane for sale

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No answer from the OP yet however.............
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Mainly to Stickyfinger - it looks like my message to you yesterday morning has disappeared into the IT ether. It included new pics of the car and the message that if you still want it, the Volcane is yours. Sorry about my fat iPad fingers.
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Re: ZX Volcane for sale

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Got your PM and I replied with a YES Please I will take it.

I PM'ed you yesterday saying I am arranging a trailer to come and get it...
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Sent: Thu Nov 23, 2017 1:26 pm
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Recipient: NewarkStuart46
Hi Stuart...
Yes please, that is a deal then.

Let me arrange to borrow my mate's trailer and get back to you on the pick up date.

Cheers.
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Re: ZX Volcane for sale

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Looks like Sunday would be a good time to pick up the car......how are you fixed for that ?
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Re: ZX Volcane for sale

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Just about to post when yours arrived! Sunday is a bit tricky for times in that I’m manning a charity stall in our local market place all afternoon and can’t duck out of that. I’d have to be leaving home by 12.45 latest. If you can do it by 12.00 say, that'd be ok. Sorry I know that’s a bit tight from where you are.
I’m retired so am usually around anytime during the week. Next weekend is a bit busy in that I’m away all day Sat and on Sunday morning until 2.00-ish... fine after that.
Just looked out at the Volcane... swear it was shedding a tear from a headlamp.. or perhaps my specs misting up!
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Re: ZX Volcane for sale

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LOL.....sad to go....but I have a lot of treats for it so it should be happy after a short time suffering :)

I need to look at times but I think I could get there in the late morning if that is OK (about 10-30am).....leaving at about 5.30am (ish) would make a nice easy trip up as traffic will be light.

I do not have a winch on the trailer.....does the car start ?
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Re: ZX Volcane for sale

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Stickyfinger wrote:
24 Nov 2017, 13:53
LOL.....sad to go....but I have a lot of treats for it so it should be happy after a short time suffering :)

I need to look at times but I think I could get there in the late morning if that is OK (about 10-30am).....leaving at about 5.30am (ish) would make a nice easy trip up as traffic will be light.

I do not have a winch on the trailer.....does the car start ?


Feel very free to call in on me on your way back Alasdair - unless you want to pick me up on the way and I can then keep you company :)
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That would be nice Jim....lets try and work that out....will be going Via Silverstone/A43/M1
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Stickyfinger wrote:
24 Nov 2017, 14:41
That would be nice Jim....lets try and work that out....will be going Via Silverstone/A43/M1


Excellent :) We'll make it work out - be good to spend a few hours with you :)
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Stickyfinger wrote:
24 Nov 2017, 13:53
I do not have a winch on the trailer.....does the car start ?
Not really a worry - ZXs are mostly made of tinfoil, so it won't take much pushing :lol: !! I imagine it rather shifts with the 2.0i 16V engine in it :shock:
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Re: ZX Volcane for sale

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Looks like a recipe for a good outcome. :)
I have a soft-spot for ZX, having taken one from new to 90k+ in under three years at work. A really competent car, even though 1.9D auto! Yours is something else.