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Worn "diff" like noise from rear of car when in motion.

Knowing front wheel drive has no diff, possible wheel bearings or disc brake noise. Hand brake is slack and needs adjustment.
The car sat idle for 2 weeks and at start of 400Km journey home, the noise first became apparent. Quite loud at first then easing off to a oscilating hum, changing in frequency with speed.

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Probally brakes they can rust a bit

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