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The interior is immaculate for the age. Black leather, no rips or tears. MB footwell carpets included. Non smoking owners for the last 8 years. Actually there is no evidence of any smokers.
Drives like new with no strange noises, the 7G-Tronic gearbox is excellent with very smooth changes up and down the 'box. Electric roof works very well. 4 x Continental tyres with loads of wear left.
THE CAR HAS A FULL SERVICE HISTORY. 93,000 miles on the clock.
MOT Until 11 September 2019. Owned by us since Jan 2011, two previous owners.
Whilst in our care, the car has been used well (not well used!). Last year driving the NC500 in Scotland, before that spending glorious holidays in the Alps including the Col de Turini and anywhere else that provided an excellent driving experience.

Registered 5 March 2006, so road tax is £315 pa. Similar cars registered after 23 March 2006 would pay £540 pa road tax.
Any inspection welcome, but no drives unless fully comprehensively insured
Please email :- nigel(underscore)barratt(at)hotmail(dot)com or pm me.
Thanks for looking.


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