[NSW] CREAM YELLOW VOLVO 850 T-5R ESTATE FOR SALE 33k
Fil @Filip850R Sydney, NSW
edited February 2022 in For sale
Hi guys, i have two yellow T-5R Estates that i am going to be listing up for sale in the next few weeks, i thought i would share them here first for any Volvo enthusiast interested before it goes public. If you are interested or have any questions do not hesitate to msg me or call me on 0416016566 cheers.
[ SOLD ] - 96,926 KMS - 1 OWNER - ALL LOG BOOKS FROM NEW - RECENT MAJOR SERVICE COMPLETED BY VOLTEK AUTO - 100% ORIGINAL - IN COLLECTORS CONDITION. 38K ONO
1X GUL - 183,532 KMS - 2 OWNERS - ALL LOG BOOKS / SERVICE DOCS FROM NEW, ENGINE AND TRANS RUNS HEALTHY - DAILY DRIVER CONDITION
No one here can afford them
We r poor
@Philia_Bear if you pulled the cat convertors off all your cars you could probably come close to buying one
i remember the uk cops having these - fastest thing out untill a kid in a stock impreza wrx out ran one on a motorway.
and the paint code is cream yellow not gul - gul is swedish for yellow. ;)
@Filip850R can you out a price and location on the ad please per the rules here.
Also this is amazing, I can't believe there's someone in Australia who owns TWO of these!
First one has sold, Second one ( 183,000 km ) photos have now bee uploaded.
Do look special in yellow 😎
Japanese or UK imports?
all Jap imports, Uk cars are rust buckets.
Bold statement there
All the ones i have inspected looked like they were used as boats underneath.
That's fair enough on the ones yourself have looked at . But I definitely would not go saying UK cars are rust buckets .
Does look classic in yellow yellow 😎
Erm I beg to differ
That's polite 😆
" not all "
lots of jap imports are rusty crap, as theyre now being sourced from mountain areas with snow and salt as supplies dry up. the days of cheap sub 60km mint imports are gone. now its all 200km rust buickets unless super lucky
Not true , all the ones I have looked at and purchased have been 0 rust and low kms. They’re still out there, maybe it’s cause I don’t look at "mountain areas"
your obv lucky, or overpaying for cars. i work with a few big import companies here and in the uk, most are telling me the same thing. theyre struggling for good stock. theres only a finite supply of 80s and 90s cars.
Also be wary of "well washed" vehicles from the recent floods in NSW & OLD. A lot of these cars tend to be sold interstate. They might not be write-offs, just cleand out. Check the post code of the car's registration. Or even better if you can get a sellers address look it up on google earth for near by creeks, rivers etc.
A neighbour bought a low km Ford Explorer with no panel damage for $1500 from NSW flooded area. He thought it was a good buy, until it was left in the sun on a very hot day and then it ponged like something large was dead in it. The neighbour sold it during cold weather but it smelled like dunny blocks.