Sold Lexus ls400 1995

Lexusman

Lexus specialist
#61
Been sailing this big ship around last few days and she drives lovely
Changed the tyres on it today and while the wheels were off noticed the rear pads are getting low

So from tomorrow will have brandnew pads fitted

Now on eBay,hoping for a fast sale at this money

Would love to play with this and give it some VIP treatment :sunglasses:
 

Sly

Captain Chaos / Nocturnal Member
#62
It's a nice car, would be tempted myself at that money if I needed a saloon, or need a car of any sort. I do like them a lot
 
Think the thread might need a dustpan and brush :wink:
 

unclebob

Well-Known Member
#69
Difficult to pigeon hole what sort of buyer wants a LS400.....not cheap motoring from a running cost prospective, and not Likely to be using the main dealer network for maintaince, yet it's not a run it into grown price :thinking:
 
Classic ownership maybe ?
 

jz-vvti

Well-Known Member
#71
Difficult to pigeon hole what sort of buyer wants a LS400.....not cheap motoring from a running cost prospective, and not Likely to be using the main dealer network for maintaince, yet it's not a run it into grown price :thinking:
 
Classic ownership maybe ?
I bought one after being a passenger in one. For crossing long distances it has few equals in its price range. The Soarer can be a little too much of a squeeze when you have a good bit of luggage.
 

Sly

Captain Chaos / Nocturnal Member
#72
I never thought it was expensive from a running costs, it wasn't any worse that my partners 528 BMW and offered better reliability. Stick a cheap private plate on and hide the year and you have a big beautiful cruiser with unrivalled ride for less than the price of a cheap holiday ....... And a massive boot into the bargain
 

Sly

Captain Chaos / Nocturnal Member
#73
What is that on tha dash, on top? And does it come with the carrier bag on the front seat? Or is that an optional extra
 

Alphard

Well-Known Member
#76
I'd drive that. If it was dented, scratched and scruffy, I wouldn't. A nice, standard example of a quality car is a respectable thing, whatever its age.
We currently have my father-in-law's 1993 E Class Merc 3.0 (non-turbo) diesel estate outside our house. He bought it in 1993 as a demonstrator. It wouldn't be an exciting journey but I'd be happy turning up somewhere smart in it.
 
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