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Author Subject: Shock horror! 306s are rare!
allanallen

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So.... I need a new daily hack and wanted a decent 306 hdi 3door.


There aren't any!! Shock

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 19:17
welshpug!

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naaah, not rare, just all f**ked.

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 19:22
allanallen

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welshpug! wrote:
naaah, not rare, just all f**ked.


Well there is that as wellLOL

Really though, I've spotted 1 hdi sport on eBay and that's about it. I'd really like a phase 1 dt but there's no f-in chance No
Looks like I could be having an estate.

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 19:36
allanallen

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Oh no wait, a nice looking Astor has turned up on gumtree!


In fecking Ireland!!

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 19:44
welshpug!

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they were only sold for about 2 years, 4600 sold nigh on 15 years ago now, 1700 odd left on the road, nearly 300 on sorn.

looks like we've lost about 10k DTurbo's in the last 4 years, about 4700 left in total Shock peak figures were 39k of them.

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 19:46
allanallen

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Didn't realise there were so few hdi sports to be fair.

Dt's used to be like dog s**t around here, they were 'the car' to have when I turned 17, loads of us had them, then crashed them, got another, crashed that.... Razz

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 19:51
aaron6

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That still goes on on the Dturbo owners club. LOL

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 19:55
walker_texasranger

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allanallen wrote:
Didn't realise there were so few hdi sports to be fair.

Dt's used to be like dog s**t around here, they were 'the car' to have when I turned 17, loads of us had them, then crashed them, got another, crashed that.... Razz


The one you sold me 8 years ago turned up the other week... In the dealers at the bottom of my road LOL

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 20:18
chiefton

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My mate had an old phase one xrdt and i tell ya it bloody went some I used to love it. He went into a deep puddle and it stopped so i took airfilter out and glowplugs out wound it over to shift the water out. Started on the button after that and still kept goin lol

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 20:39
allanallen

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walker_texasranger wrote:
allanallen wrote:
Didn't realise there were so few hdi sports to be fair.

Dt's used to be like dog s**t around here, they were 'the car' to have when I turned 17, loads of us had them, then crashed them, got another, crashed that.... Razz


The one you sold me 8 years ago turned up the other week... In the dealers at the bottom of my road LOL


No way! How much, I need one!!! LOL

Christ.... 8 years ago Shock

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 21:28
bigbadbowen

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How about a 205 stdt ? I'm looking at selling mine 400miles + on a and B roads and only £50 to fill up
Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 21:31
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I'd certainly consider some beige interior goodness. Let me have the details when you're ready to rid it.

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 21:53
demondriverdan

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Took me months to find my HDi Dturbo 3dr and even then it turned out to be a s**tter. Quite difficult to get hold of these days although they pop up for sale on the Facebook pages every now and again.

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Posted 12th Dec 2014 at 22:02
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It's long gone now Al, had a load of chav mods anyway Sad could have suited you though Razz

What about this? Gumtree Ad No. 1091559968 hdi converted to a 1.9, Liverpool to so not a million miles away Hmm

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 07:35
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Nice wheels Cool

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 07:56
allanallen

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I saw the converted one but disregarded it as I could see it being a load of work tidying up someone's bodged engine conversion. Fuel piping etc is quite different between the hdi and dt and I'm guessing it ain't been done properly.

I'm considering the one with the big wheels, didn't really want another manstone but needs must. He'd have to come down on price a bit too Wink

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 08:21
orta

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Haven't seen a decent clean 3 door diesel (1.9 or 2.0) with less than 150-200k on the clock in a long time. You can still pick up half decent estates and 5 doors tho. A 02 plate estate with only 130k on it went for sub £600 recently. Seems a bargain to me

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 11:18
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I've got an HDI estate that I picked up in June. 2001 Platinum silver in pretty decent nick body wise, 133k, one owner from new, 22 service stamps Shock and I gave £950 for it. Admittedly it's a bit squashy round the back end but it's a mile muncher and it's seriously good at that.

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 11:49
aaron6

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Here's our one. Cracking little car really. Stage 1 map, decat, egr delete etc.
It's bloody good on Derv and goes well for what it is.

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 14:21
allanallen

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How much Aaron, will collect now with cash Razz

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 15:40
orta

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U want a post 2001 if u can to save £100 a year on tax ;-)

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 17:22
allanallen

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They're even rarer in 3door!!

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 17:48
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I paid a good amount for it but it was from Armzs16 on here and I new she was a good one. With all the little mods it has it still manages 45 - 50 mpg on town driving and short trips. On a long run I got 68mpg out of it driving more carefully than I would normally.

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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 18:45
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Posted 13th Dec 2014 at 21:02
monty-69

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I tested fuel economy on the hdi over several tanks with and without the egr. I got about 5mpg more on every tank ( round town driving ) with the egr working. Must be due to the airflow readings being different when the egr isnt working. I wouldnt expect any difference on the motorway. Some of the later models have a vacuum diaphragm in the intake to draw in egr gases, if this is not working then the egr will not work either as they run off same system. An easy wasy to tell if the egr is working is to check the airflow readings on live data when ticking over, will be around 500 not working and 250 egr working ( think its in mg on snapon scanner)
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