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Daewoo Cielo GL 1996

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Daewoo Cielo GL 1996, Silver, 4 Cyl 1.5l 5-Speed Manual Hatchback, 169,000 kms, 3 Door, Regassed A/C, Reconditioned Brakes, New Master Cylinder 28/10/2011, Good run-around, large boot, economical, 9 Months Rego available, great first car... $2,990 for quick saleS6300987.jpg

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