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    Default 1999 Peugeot 306 gti6 (phase 3)

    For sale is my 306 gti6 phase 3

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    For anyone who knows these cars I wonít need to explain how much of a classic they are.
    These are a Super rare car now in Australia in arguably the rarest and best colour Astor grey.

    Very low 166,000kms

    12 months rego
    Serviced 2 weeks ago aswel as new radiator, thermostat, thermostat housing, full coolant change and new front pads and rotors.
    Window tints less than 6 months old.

    Pretty much full service history from new.
    Logbook prior to 2012 and documentation there after.
    Original Peugeot folder with Manuel.

    I have the vehicle history report which is less than a year old showing no insurance write offs, thefts etc.

    Interior:

    very good for 20 year old car bit of wear to drivers seat bolsters.

    Exterior:

    Driver side rear quarter panel has 5 cent coin size paint chip. (Was quoted $250 to fix from a mobile repair guy)

    Passenger rear quarter has small scratch (canít even be seen in photographs and will probably come out after a detail)

    Roof has slight paint fade and a small paint bubble on spoiler.

    Rear bumper right hand corner has had a small DIY scratch repair done (actually a very good repair just a slightly different colour match but not noticeable unless your actually looking for it hence why Iíve not re painted it. (see photo)

    Other than that just a few minor marks you would expect from a car this age.

    A/c not blowing cold- not sure why probably just needs re gassing

    Car needs locking from inside as there is an issue with passenger door as it automatically re opens when locking with key. - this is either due to a broken wire in the door loom (common fault with these) or faulty door mechanism. Both are an easy fix I just havnt had the chance to do it with the dark nights over winter and Iím too busy on weekends.
    If I can find the time I will fix it.

    Steering wheel is worn but I have a brand new unopened steering wheel repair kit which will restore it like brand new an cost me $100 which I will throw in for free.

    Very minimal to spend on car maybe $30 for a door mechanism and if you are bothered about the paint chip $200-300.


    Value of these are only going to go up as they become harder and harder to find in anything more than ok condition.

    $5995

    Txt me for further details

    Craig
    0412205450

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