Peter W wrote:Go to Supercars Chania and speak to the owner Manolis he's a great guy and speaks very good English, Manolis and his uncle will organise all the paperwork and chauffeur you around the various offices, making it as simple as buying a car in the UK.
On the first occasion I bought a car from Supercars Chania I told Manolis it would take a few days to get the money transferred from England - "No problem" he said "take the car now and bring me the money when you have it" I drove off with a €9,000 car having only met the guy once before.
Here's a link to Supercars website:-
filippos wrote:The rental companies can be a good source. A few years ago I dithered for too long and missed out on a very good deal with Auto-Club (also Almyrida & Kalyves). I phoned to confirm yes/no a few days later than promised; Kostas assumed I'd decided against and sold to A. N. Other. Full history, pre-sale service, new tyres and low price. The man who bought it used for six months and sold it for almost €1K more than he paid.
filippos wrote:The root cause of the problem seems most likely to stem from when I fell 4 or 5 metres out of a tree about 20+ years ago.
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