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Driving A Bargain?

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For the last two weeks an EA in Ilfracombe has been offering "free" cars, i.e:

3 bed apartment in Combe Martin £127000 with free Ford Ka

3 bed det. bungalow in Combe Martin £225000 with free Focus 1.6 LX

These are established properties, not developments or new builds. Has anyone else found examples of this type of thing?

This could open up some possibilities - perhaps the cars can be counted as fixtures and fitttings and stamp duty will be reduced! (joke)

If I were interested in these properties I would deduct the list price of the car from the SP before considering what offer to make.

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If I were interested in these properties I would deduct the list price of the car from the SP before considering what offer to make.

that should be the wholesale price , if your serious.

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Countryside Properties were selling new 1 and 2 bed flats in Didsbury(Manchester)over the Summer for £149,500+,with a Ford Streetka thrown in.

It's not just a car, it's also the second bedroom.

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Countryside Properties were selling new 1 and 2 bed flats in Didsbury(Manchester)over the Summer for £149,500+,with a Ford Streetka thrown in.

Woul you drive a soft top around Manchester????? :blink:

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