Website above contains most of the maintenance I have done to the car, I purchased the car from the second owner (acting as a liaison between myself and his friend, the third owner, who only put a few thousand miles on the car over a few years) and have most of his receipts and all of mine. This car was purchased by second owner in Ohio but has spent most of it's life in the metro ATL area- solid body with no rust. Mileage is 167,631 as of 4/10/12.
Car is in great shape for its age, dash is not cracked and all of the gauges function (except the clock, this is covered up now but could be fixed- redundant since the stereo has one). Interior is in great shape, the drivers seat has some bolster wear and could stand to have this piece recovered as pictured on website. A/C works but is not GREAT, pressures check fine on gauges so freon is full (no leaks).
Selling price includes:
- All mods on above website (suspension, SS exhaust with header, Euro Headlights, Shine Bar, stereo, Momo steering wheel/shift knob/pedals, Heim joint shift linkage, Alpine stereo, etc)
- All parts that came with the car and ones that were removed for replacement that are still serviceable including fuel system parts, original wheels with locks and center caps/lugs, roof rack (Thule?), etc
- Parts required to repair remaining issues (axles L/R with all seals, wheel bearings L/R packed with redline grease, new belts/timing belt, etc.)
Currently the car is parked in my garage and I need to free up some space, so I am selling this car hoping it will go to an enthusiast and selling at a loss considering the cost of all parts installed or purchased by me. The axle seals are leaking a bit of trans fluid, so that could be topped off so the car could be driven home locally- any further than that and I might trailer it as a buyer.
Have clear title, car is located in Loganville, GA (about 30 minutes east of Atlanta). This car needs very little time/TLC to be a great example of this VW era, and paint.
$2500 , this will be going to my son if it doesn't sell, I will start on the remaining to-do items and start getting it ready for paint.
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