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Cost to fix 3 rear rubber suspension bushes on Ford Fairline BA G220 9/2003 5.4ltr v8

Area gold coast - wondering whether to fix or sell car as is 126,000km one owner

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SORRY we have no way of knowing what that cost would be , not knowing the rate local mechanics there charge hourly . call one of them and ask .

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