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SunshineBaby

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Honestly the best way to go about it is to just get it fixed and throw it up for 36-37. Potential buyers will hesitate knowing there's an active leak and probably wouldn't want to go out and get the repair done themselves. Surely you can get some $ together? You'll make it back when the car is sold.

Realistically should not cost you more than $1500, I had a $1200 quote from a Lexus dealer for this fix on mine.

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1 hour ago, SunshineBaby said:

Oil and filter has been changed. I'll be selling it direct to carsales.com.au within the week unless it is sold.

You should get in touch with @biscuit if he hasn't already contacted you. He mentioned your car in his thread recently as he is in the market for one, would be good to pass it on to him!

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