Just been to see it. It was immaculate inside, with the only non-standard item being the head unit & cd changer. It had just been rained on so it was hard to tell about the paint, but the dealer says he had the bonnet re-sprayed and the passenger side rear wing lead blasted and resprayed due to some "bubbling" under the paintwork. It looks pristine. He had also had the wheels re-furbished.
The engine bay looks very clean, but someone mentioned that the manifold should be "tubular". I thought manifolds were generally tubular in construction. Does anyone have a picture or can they explain what I should be looking for?
The guy has said I can take it for a test drive by myself and am welcome to have any AA/RAC type test carried out on it.
My big concern....the cam-belt. Even though it has a full Renault service history (and all the MOT papers), he didnt know if the belt had been changed. Said it was a £130 job if it hadnt been done. Is this right? Is it likely to have been done at the 72000mile service? Is there any way I can tell if it has been done?
Generally just worried about the 81000mile on the clock. Ive never had an every day car with such a high milage.....