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    saw this burg for sale at a very resonable price for the mileage and age then realised it had been stolen recovered and was cat d just wondered who would or would not consider a cat d car.....http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/vauxhall-astra...item1e642dd637
    VXR JAY 23
    VXR enough
    Last edited by VXR JAY 23; 9 June 2011, 09:54 PM.

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    i seen that and wandered the same??

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      i accidentally brought a car that was a cat d, only found out when i was thinking about part ex-ing towards a new car, as soon as i found out it was a cat d i couldnt look at it again, 2 months later i had that new car lol i would always advise to steer away from cat d

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        Depends wat it was cat d for, If it was stolen and then recovered it could just be a cat d because the insurers had already paid out to the owner so they practically owned the car, Pro's - cheap to buy, Con's - depends wat it was cat d for and will be need to be cheap to sell.

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