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Selling a one-owner, garaged 1984 Escort

My uncle has died leaving his owned from new, garaged, low mileage 84 Escort 1.3 5-dr Hatch. Tax'd and MOT'd.

What is the best way of selling it please, ideally he would have wanted a real enthusiast to buy it as he really looked after it, but I know we can't always make these things happen.

Asked on 6 March 2011 by Mark3

Answered by Honest John
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