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Adapted Car For Sale

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#1 micknang


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Posted 07 March 2011 - 05:33 PM


We have a Hand Controlled adapted HONDA AUTO CRV for sale, due to now needing a wheelchair accessable vehicle as my husband has MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE which had already taken his legs and is now attacking his hands. It is in excellent condition 12 months MOT 2001 Reg Black, very stylish with bullbars and side bars.Pictures attached. Anyone interested £2500.It cost £2000 just for the adaption so you are getting a real bargain any views welcome. Ang.
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#2 roo


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Posted 07 March 2011 - 05:48 PM

petrol or diesel and whats the mileage i may be interested,,

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