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1 hour ago, Mr Laurence said:

That seems remarkably cheap for a early 90s classic VAG. Still has MOT until March 2021 too!

I suspect the incorrect listing location, the wrong year in the title and brief description isn't helping its case.

If the boot sticker is to be believed, it has a Cat too. Given the age, its probably chocked full of rare earth and worth a pretty penny! Early enough to have the non-Cat emissions for the MOT too...

Bet that could be bought and the cat scrapped is enough to more than pay for the car.

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16 hours ago, angle said:

Clearly not worth £5.5k, but who knew there was a US market 505 Turbo Diesel? 

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https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1767620336737764/

 

This was in my favs. The website is no longer in the air. Here is the Wayback machine.

https://web.archive.org/web/20171014120920/http://www.carsoffrance.com/

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16 hours ago, SiC said:

That seems remarkably cheap for a early 90s classic VAG. Still has MOT until March 2021 too!

I suspect the incorrect listing location, the wrong year in the title and brief description isn't helping its case.

If the boot sticker is to be believed, it has a Cat too. Given the age, its probably chocked full of rare earth and worth a pretty penny! Early enough to have the non-Cat emissions for the MOT too...

Bet that could be bought and the cat scrapped is enough to more than pay for the car.

KE-Jetronic probably, so the later K-Jetronic with a billy basic fuel mixture feedback so to not pump loads of rich fuel into the cat.  There's still lots of mechanical components so it's not as reliable as the K-Jet or an early EFI car, but they're usually fairly solid.

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10 minutes ago, Spurious said:

KE-Jetronic probably, so the later K-Jetronic with a billy basic fuel mixture feedback so to not pump loads of rich fuel into the cat.  There's still lots of mechanical components so it's not as reliable as the K-Jet or an early EFI car, but they're usually fairly solid.

 

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