...and THAT'S how 22 year old cars look in Florida
what are you thinking in terms of a new car that could replace these beauties?
SOLD today to a new loving VW home!
It was sad to see her go but I know she will be loved.
Picture from a few years back.
Hey guys, it's been a while. You long timers will know I have toyed on and off with selling this girl but I have never really pursued it. Well, the time has come. I've decided to sell off my older VWs and buy something newer.
I bought this wagon from the original family when it had 49K miles. She just turned over 110K this week. I've had a ton of fun with it over the years and love this car to death. I have nearly every service record for this car since DAY ONE! How many people can say that? What you are buying is a car that you know has been taken care of and loved. It's very clean but not perfect. There's some wear on the interior and the paint is faded (again). It will buff but the primer is starting to show through. The car is all original except for the TT cat back exhaust, K&N filter, BBS wheels (with new tires put on last week) and a leather GLI steering wheel. I still have all the original parts as well! The paint is original and the car has NEVER been in an accident or had any touch ups. It has a few rust spots starting which to me is the only real low point on the car. I'm posting a link to a photobucket page that has many photos with many being older. Instead of writing a huge bio here about every detail, feel free to ask me questions and I will answer.
Price includes the BBS wheels and new tires. If you want it with stock rims I'll sell her for $2,000. These are my LOWEST prices. You'd be hard pressed to find a car as clean and as well maintained for so little. You guys have the first shot. Next comes Craigs list. I'm also selling my 93 Sedan with 61K miles.
How she looked when I got her six years ago.
NEW PHOTOS TAKEN 3/10/12
Last edited by FOXER; 03-11-2012 at 03:39 PM. Reason: SOLD!
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