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Peugeot partner 09 1.6hdi 75bhp
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So the time has come for my partner to go just tripped 110k miles

It arrived with me with zero service history due to a new service book, however I had a look around it and used a bit of mechanics intuition and found all filters were replaced, in the meantime I’ve done the oil and filter four times, plus the air and fuel filter and pollen filter twice (last full hit just 2 weeks ago) but honestly I can’t connent before I had it, air con blows ice cold! I did the clutch about 18 months ago, 11 months mot

Will have five shiny newish whatever the police put on my current van (Goodyear efficient grip springs to mind in 195/70R15, spare will probably be new!)

I will do cambelt and water pump inc oil seals on can and crank (genuine parts!) in the next week or so as it’s due this year with genuine Peugeot parts and a new set of front pads as an oil leak and front pads were advises on recent mot

One remote flip key and one plain key

Standard stereo with aux in lead fitted next to gear lever

Will have like new condition steering wheel fitted as I’ll remove it from my 31k new motor and fit the leather 207 one in my new van, could do with a gear lever gaiter as slight splits round the top, seats have small paint marks I believe from previous owner

Good news! No dmf, no dpf at all! Averages 45.5mpg in my daily commute in town with the odd fishing trip on motorway to clean it out ??

Bodywork clean and relatively dent free, small scuff on front bumper drivers side, odd stone chips, but a very presentable tidy van, I bought it as it was so tidy inside (had a seat cover on drivers seat so I didn’t notice the small spots of paint)

It also has cruise control fitted which I was gonna pinch for my new van, but if money is right it can stay fitted

I will add I am not a trader, I took the pics in a place with a nice big showroom I was working at after my mate cleaned it and polished it!

I’d like in the region of 2850 Ono it can also be made into a three seater for an extra 100 quid with seats and belts from my new partner which are immaculate! As I’ll prob fit some new seats in my new van ??

   

   

   

   
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Sold pending him picking it up, first bloke that came to see it left me a deposit
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