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2001 Volvo S60 T5 SE auto - £995

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Hallo chaps,

 

Don't really want to sell this but something has to give. Anyway...

 

2001 Volvo S60 T5 SE auto. 87k on the clock, cambelt done at Voltech Glasgow using genuine Volvo kit at 83k, 260bhp apparantly, 5 speed auto changes gear as it should, engine pulls like a train, no warning lights on, piles of service history (not complete, sadly), tyres all good, MOT is up 28/4/18. I am told that the front turrets rot out on S60s but this one is all solid.

 

Bad points... It has a couple of very shallow dings on the offside but the paint isn't broken. The electric boot release is u/s - apparantly there is an actuator that fails - and the aircon pump is noisy and not entirely effective. There is a tiny smidgen of rust breaking through on the bootlid but it's not come to anything yet.

 

Otherwise all the kit works including the car phone, though a sim adapter is required if you don't have a big sim card.

 

I'm loathe to move it on but it's just not getting used (until today it hadn't turned a wheel since October) and it's a bloody waste to have it sitting about.

 

I have asked on a couple of Volvo owners pages on facebook about value and was rather helpfully told anything between 400 quid and two and a half bags which seems mental to me so I'm advertising here first.

 

RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN GENUINE SVM APPROVED USED VOLVO ETC

 

£995ono, shiters discocunt available, WIFE_CMS will kill me but I may consider swaps.

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T5 auto with sensible wheels, I don't think there are many better ways to get about for a grand. Alas I already have 3 Volvos, including one dog knob red saloon, so it's not for me. Good luck with the sale!

 

It would look just right on the drive next to this though...

 

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T5 auto with sensible wheels, I don't think there are many better ways to get about for a grand. Alas I already have 3 Volvos, including one dog knob red saloon, so it's not for me. Good luck with the sale!

 

It would look just right on the drive next to this though...

 

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That looks lush!

 

Sadly I have six Volvos just now and I'm aiming to half that to three so something has to give and ultimately this I reckon is the most likely to go; the other two are going to be spares recovery before scrap.

 

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Door mirrors are also a wee bit scuffed it appears. There's a weird bubbling on the weather strips which seems to be benign.

 

Also for the purposes of clarity the first picture is of the corrosion on the bootlid.ae3c9d3428c98773f758c3da34b3799d.jpg1fac205d7a3c1ceaee529780fd90bb7a.jpg14f0e11b6affe2c7db145252b7258d20.jpg6978ee5be57fe84f5e31378a3d03e14c.jpg4f32c269ad929d57d1e0c0cc8c86c24a.jpg

 

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Where abouts are you?

 

May or may not be interested, depending how my Civic debacle goes this week.

Paisley, approximately 1/4 mile from Paisley Canal station.

 

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