First eBay Motor Makeover Winner: Fiat Punto

By Chris Dawson October 7, 2014 - 8:40 am

Steven Garry from Manchester has been announced as the first winner of the ‘eBay Motor Makeover’. Now his 15 year old Fiat Punto is to get the eBay Motors team revamp with up to £10,000 worth of parts purchased on eBay Motors.

eBay Motors Chief Mechanic Steve Buckell will oversea the transformation and the West Surrey Racing Team, the guys who maintain the three BTCC eBay BMW motors, will be working hard to make it a truly unique car, both inside and out as well as some performance tweaks. We’re looking forward to seeing the results.

In the mean time it’s not too late for you to enter and win a makeover for your car. All you need to do to enter is add your car to your and add a photo. It couldn’t be simpler.

  • Steve
    3 years ago

    What a joke.

    15 year old Fiat Punto?

    Put £10k of crap in/on it?

    What a waste, after all that it will still only be worth pennys.

    Ask them for money (say £5k), scrap the punto, save the time, and buy something decent! 🙂

    • 3 years ago

      I must admit that when I first saw this item I was astonished that a Fiat Punto had lasted 15 years. I am still astonished.

    • Frank
      3 years ago

      Well, that’s hardly the point of the competition is it? The whole point is clearly to showcase what can be purchased on ebay to tart up an old motor. There is a massive aftermarket modification scene for mk2 puntos and if you’d bothered to have a look you’d see just what can be done with them. What would you prefer to have seen, a new set of tyres and a magic tree purchased for a Lamborghini Aventador? Seriously, some people have zero imagination!

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