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I would first check the description of the car when it was sold to you. If it is wrong you can get your money back - not easy but it is possible - it may cost you £120 in the courts.
Other than that, and a lot less heartache, do it up. At least you know it will be a good genuine car underneath.
A grand goes a long way way on repairs if you can do most of them yourself, and you can can pace the repairs - the most important i.e. safety factors first.
Currently in goodnewsboppers's garage:
Vel Satis 3.0dci v6