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Auction Sheet


Bis-e Bee
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Hey guys,

I managed to get the auction sheet for an M35 Stagea I have looked at lately.

Anyone read Japanese?

Wondering what the auction sheet reveals, any information greatly appreciated.

Cheers

Stephen

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Hey guys,

I managed to get the auction sheet for an M35 Stagea I have looked at lately.

Anyone read Japanese?

Wondering what the auction sheet reveals, any information greatly appreciated.

Cheers

Stephen

This link may help Steve... the colour is Silver (KYO)

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thanks andy, that was informative.

i would still like to know what half of the japanese comments on the sheet relate to though.

so if anyone can shed light on those parts, please do it would be greatly appreciated.

i couldn't spot the pain repair on the front passenger/rear passenger door(s) but will have to look for that if i go for another inspection.

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wheres the rest of it? there should be a section at the bottom where they write comments... i can show this to my uncle if you want (he imports cars) he will defs be able to tell you more info.

did you find this car via uss auctions?

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No, it is currently at a reputable Sydney dealers showroom.

If you could show your uncle that would be great.

Thank you everyone.

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There isnt anything particularly interesting on the auction sheet; most of it is just the details of the car - Chef was spot on with all of them.

The 3 items with stars next to them are 'selling points' but I couldnt make heads or tails of them with the missus unfortunately :(

The text next to the diagram is indicating marks on the car; but again didnt have a lot of luck with the translation - we're not so good at the kanji.

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