Ok. So, the fact that this car has 2 very minor problems which can be fixed in just one day leads you to believe that this car hasnt been looked after? Do think before you post Ralph, yeah! Or at leats back it up with something which supports your statement. For your information I have had the airbag light reset once before, only to have it come back on again when a passenger was sliding the passenger seat back too vigorously. Sod paying £50 to have a light put out on the dash every time that happens!
The rear discs were fine on the last MOT, and I only discovered the extent of the corrosion 2 weeks ago at the service after spending £600 on it. It brakes fine, the only problem that might come from corroded discs is brake fade, and thats hardly going to be an issue with the rear discs as they barely get used! And the tyres are still legal ffs. It's not like I'm running around with bald tyres, they have 2-3mm of tread left!
I'm starting to think maybe I've been too honest. Maybe I should have just sold this like the majority of the cars on ebay and not mentioned the problems. Like our friend on here who did an 800 mile trip to get the 'best 145 in the country' only to get back home to find it actually is probably the worst facelift 145 in the country.
And no, no I will not sell this car for £1200 Biscione. lol. This is no shed! I really dont understand why you lot believe that a good, well looked after 145 can not fetch the sort of money that I'm asking. I understand that the majority don't, that's because they aren't well looked after. Why should a decent 2000 145 fetch half the price of a decent 1997 fiat punto GT?