Just a heads up really as wouldn't like to see anyone get scammed.
Lately myself and my brother have been car hunting, and in about 10 to 15 cars we've both looked at, 3 or 4 of them have been heavily clocked or finance owing and the sellers are failing to mention this.
I can see on ebay some are getting bids galore and it just takes 2 minutes to check a cars mileage history out online.
You can either do it on the government site, or like me i like to use a website called http://www.totalcarcheck.co.uk
register for free and you can view all OLD mot's, dates, mileage, advisories (if any), tax band and cost of tax 12m/6m, co2, if its taxed/sorn..etc..etc. Just so you can see what a potentially clocked car would look like on a mot history check, go to total car check register and type in the REG: DV07FPF. The seller is selling it on 55k miles and you can see from the MOT's in 2013 it was clocked big time.
If you're buying a car which still owes finance, make sure the seller pays it off on the phone while you are there.Or get the seller to call the finance company and then pass the phone to you so you can pay it for him and then pay the remainder for the car to seller. Obviously if the finance is more than what the seller is selling the car for then of course make sure they pay it off there and then. As soon as a financed car is registered in your name with money still owing on it, you will end up footing the bill or expect the car to get towed away.