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Bio Popo
28th August 2006, 01:50 PM
Hello Biodieselers,
I have a 1983 Peugeot 505 SRDT for sale. I've been running it for about 4 months now on biodiesel with only one little problem that just turned out to be an old, faulty battery. Before I bought the car I was informed by many veterans on this forum and other biodiesel users that the old diesel pugs do very well on bio because of their relative 'indestcrutability', and they were right. I'm not a technical whiz however, so I can't go into such detail like some other people have in here about their cars. but I do have an advert up on another forum called aussiefrogs which you can find here: http://www.aussiefrogs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=38839

Am looking for a QUICK SALE because I need to fly back to Canada soon, and would look very favourably on someone looking to use it for biodiesel reasons!!

If you're interested, I'm currently in Sydney and you can call me on 0406 488 253.

Cheers,

Dave

Bio Popo
30th August 2006, 01:40 AM
I forgot to mention that for anyone interested in purchasing the car I would also be willing and able to give some hands-on tips and instruction on how to brew up some biodiesel, direction on where to obtain a steady supply of WVO, and could even give the lucky contestant some ingredients and tools to get started with production right away.

Bio Popo
7th September 2006, 03:46 PM
Well, the pug has been sold. The good news though is that in the process of selling the car I believe a new biodieseler was created! :D I gave him this website address and told him that people on this forum were very helpful.

Matt
7th September 2006, 05:46 PM
Ah but did it come with a fuel cap on it?

Matt

Robert
7th September 2006, 10:28 PM
Brilliant Dave :D

Glad to hear that you finally sold it. Did that side rubber strip stay on the driver's door and also did you make it back to the city OK without getting lost?

Have a good flight back to Canada and please drop in here and let us know about the Canadian biodiesel scene. We look forward to seeing your new convert in here too.