++reduced to £195 ovno SOLD
Model: Scirocco GTII (auto)
Year: 1988 (E)
Current owner: yes
V5 present: yes
Location: Malvern, Worcestershire
Price: £195 ono
Colour: Original VW black
Engine 1.6 petrol
'Eva' is for sale. To drive away this week ideally as I am borrowing a private parking space and would hate to send to the scrappy.
All original except a replaced window winder and new CD/MP3 player (Kenwood, cost £80.00). Currently MOT'd, needs a fair bit doing but is not a rustbucket. Was used as our family runabout until 2 weeks ago and has been very reliable. New car/no space forces sale.
Few dents and scrapes, only three or four 5p sized rust spots showing. Passenger door is the worse dent, some codger drove then braked gently into it as I watched (sigh). Window winds perfectly well, dent may just push out from the inside. Driver door has smaller dent (see pics)
Windscreen wiper snapped (kept it), exhaust blowing, engine noisy (tapping), driver's seat worn through on bolster and doesn't tip forward like the passenger seat does. Slow radiator leak. Sunroof sticks. All that kind of niggly stuff that I don't have time for. Auto box shifts fine. Interior - sun crack on top of dash, some tearing on liner by boot, otherwise OK, carpets OK( need vacuuming). Passenger and rear seats OK.
Needs looking at, ideal project. Tyres all good. New CD player/MP3/Radio fitted. Owner's workshop manual included in sale, also long part service history up til 2007, I have changed the oil since then. Brakes done last year
MOT valid til June 24th 2011. Needs saving, classic car, sad to see her go. Couple of spares (leather Sirocco steering wheel, 2 rear light clusters) that can go with it subject to negotiation. Daren
£195.00, open to offers. (Worcestershire). Comes with two original VW keys.
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