Knowledge Base - Info:- Checking the interior

Check the drivers seat, steering wheel, pedal rubbers and carpet for signs of wear. Compare this to the mileage of the car. A heavily worn interior combined with low mileage is an obvious cause for concern. The numbers on the speedo odometer should be nicely aligned as wonky numbers may indicate a 'clocked' mileage.

Look for holes in the dashboard and A pillar for signs of removed tuning modifications.

Check that the seatbelts have their date tags fitted. 

Check all electrical accessories to ensure proper operation. In particular ensure the electric aerial, electric windows and switches function correctly, as these are prone to failure.

Finally look and feel for evidence of water entering the car, especially those fitted with T-bar roofs.

PeteJ

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