Pandas, am I right?

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You need to add "What is Panda?" to your sig.

Done.

I found this.



It's soo true.
 

Aston Martin

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I'm watching James in the Fisker, they show a flashback of the iEagle hammer... wait a second, I know those rear lights.



The front lights? Yep. :mrgreen:

 

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Speedo, light switches and cig lighter/radio holder.
 
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I've just skimmed through all 9 pages and I noticed one thing. An entire thread about Pandas on FinalGear has made to 9 pages without a singe picture of an actual panda!
Good for you FinalGear, good for you!

 

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Just showed up on Fiat Forum classifieds:









Classic Panda Parade for sale just 40 000 miles on the clock. It has been in dry storage for a lot of its life but apparently someone didn't clean out the wheel arches as there is a bit of rust on one of these arches. The rest of her is in great nick with original interior and a set of original keys. Could do with some new speakers & the boot panel paint has faded from UV damage.

This is a great runner as I have had the gear box reconditioned which wasn't cheap. The double sunroof is brilliant in the summer, the current roof is original & 99.98% waterproof but you can see flecks of sky in some areas. However I have purchased a brand new replacement leather sun roof from Fiat, comes with the black rivets needed for fitting and I have sourced a replacement rubber fastener as the front one has gone. Needs a little TLC so ideal for someone with restoration experience. Great city car, super nimpy, fuel efficient & cheapest insurance you'll find on any car let alone a classic.

The flat tyre in some of these photos was a slow leak & I have purchased 2 new wheels & fitted one as the other wheels are still in good condition. So the potential owner will now have 2 spares.


?1000 no tax or MOT? Fuck off.
 
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