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Could be anything and you will have to ask a mechanic to have a look to diagnose it for you ,as its 1995 model then the chances are that if the gearbox is gone you may as well junk the car because the retail value is less than 500 euros ,owing to the high cost of running these cars where as a similar diesel ford escort or opel astra or similar will be worth a lot more than such a fine grand old car like this ,its just modern economics of fuel and road taxation costs make these cars uneconomic to buy second hand .Look on autotrader.co.uk and see the prices for these cars and you will see what i mean ,if its any consolation i have a complete car in the yard for spares so if your near alicante spain your welcome to come and take the gearbox out for free

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