Buying a Mahindra

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Buying a Mahindra

Post by renecj540 » Sat Apr 21, 2018 11:19 pm

hi all mahindra owners, i am new to this site but already in the few days that i am a member, i have found so much useful info about our CJ540. thanks to all for that, so happy to have found the site, ours has only done about 11,000 since it’s birth in 1991. we own this car for 5 months only as it was part of the sale of a house in south of france:). does anybody have any clue what this car is worth?
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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by GRANDAD » Sun Apr 22, 2018 11:05 am

HI PLEASE POST SOME PICTURES :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by renecj540 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:21 pm

ok? coming up :)

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by renecj540 » Thu Apr 26, 2018 7:56 pm

i must be getting old. how do i get a picture from a folder in windows7, to this box?
when i press on "insert image" i just get some figures. i tried copy and paste, but no results there.
thanks, more patience :-(
take care, thanks for any help/suggestions

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by kev » Fri Apr 27, 2018 10:05 pm

hello
SCROLL DOWN BELOW THE SUBMIT AND YOU WILL SEE ATTACHMENTS CLICK ON THIS THEN THIS WILL TAKE YOU TO YOUR PC CLICK ON THE LOCATION OF THE FILE YOU LOOKING FOR AND DOUBLE CLICK ON THIS WILL THEN ASK YOU TO ADD IT
HOPE THIS MAKE SENCE
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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by renecj540 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:08 pm

thanks kev, indeed once you know, it becomes easier, but not before, i had to figure out what the £&@&£)( triangle was once i uploaded the first picture........ggrrrrr file too big,,,,max. 3Mb, ,,back to the drawingboard😢😢😢i get there eventually 😂😂😂. now i need to figure uut how to decrease filesize, and/or take new pictures🍷🍷🍷better relax with 🍷🍷, tomorrow’s a new day;)

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by renecj540 » Tue May 01, 2018 9:33 pm

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by renecj540 » Tue May 01, 2018 9:38 pm

hi, well, i at least managed to get some pictures on this train of emails, although instead of one, i got 2 of each hahaha, and number 4of4 got lost :-(. anyway, still don't know what the mahindra is worth, the milages is genuine looking at the brakeshoes and so on.
any estimates welcome so i can sleep in peace :-)
take care all and thanks so far for support/advise given!

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by kev » Tue May 01, 2018 10:53 pm

Hi Again
This is a classic over in the uk
look like its a 1990 model in very good condition worth around £2500 to £3000 with full mot
Kevin

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by renecj540 » Wed May 02, 2018 8:13 am

morning kevin, thanks for your estimate, it is indeed a 1991 model. the price is a bit disappointing, but such is life, we were not planning to sell it anyway😄, we use it as a workhorse, and it performs well. i would like to make it better as rubbers ect. are dried out, i hope that “ahmed” from india as i read in this website can help in this:). the mechanics are straight forward. i hope to download the manual once alan get it back on this site. thanks again for your time, it is nice to know an approx. value of it.

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by kev » Wed May 02, 2018 11:13 pm

YOU CAN MAKE IT LOOK MORE LIKE A U S ARMY, AND THAT CAN BRING THE PRICE UP ,THE SHORT WHEEL BASE STILL MAKES MORE MONEY BUT YOURS IS A BIT MORE PRACTICAL
Kev

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Re: Buying a Mahindra

Post by renecj540 » Sun May 06, 2018 8:31 pm

thanks kev for the idea, i also wondered if the price goes up when it gets older, however it runs well, mechanics are not too complicated, it is solidly made, it went through the french “mot”, so we can run it on the road too. i am a little “worried” that if some parts would go behound repair, that it might be very difficult to source parts:(? the mahindra is garaged and we don’t use it in rain. it is through this website that i found out that the clutch slave cilinder is from a toyota around the 1988. eventually i ordered one from the states. repaired the broken/worn one with an oring i had, and that wirks for the past 3 weeks :). i also found a list on this site what the makes are of various components. i would also like to find the gearlever rubbers around the gear sticks. any idea anyone? jeep? best regards to all!!

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