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Defender 110 2003 Td5 For Sale

Discussion in 'Land Rovers For Sale' started by Landlover99, Aug 14, 2018.

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  1. Landlover99

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    Mate, you'll want to remove your phone number from the public forum. Ask people to PM for contact details.
     
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    Good point! Thanks.
     
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    So , as it is on the IOM,

    How does that work for MOT? if driven onto a ferry and then onto the mainland? and re registration?


    Cheers
     
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    Not sure, but I would imagine if it's being re-registered, then you'll need to get it MOT'd first, as obviously it won't come with one from the Island.
     
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    We don't have MoTs as such here - except for PSVs and such like. Instead they use a combination of police spot-checks and punitive fines if anything's been found to be unroadworthy. I would expect this LR to pass a UK test right away with nothing needing to be done. It's taxed for another 6 weeks and so long as it's kept on Manx plates until re-registered it's perfectly road legal in the UK.
     
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    Have you advertised this locally as well?
    To be honest, I think the whole MOT issue might put a lot of potential mainland buyers off unfortunately.
     
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    No I haven't as yet. The problem here is like I said, the demographic is too small. The likelihood of finding a particular buyer wanting this specific model in this specific colour of this specific year who also has nine and a half thou burning a hole in his pocket is vanishingly small! :)
    Having said that, the LZ demographic isn't exactly huge, either. :/ Oh well.
     
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