Peugeot 505 STi, 1983 $500..Must sell..
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    Fellow Frogger!
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    Peugeot 505 STi, 1983 $500..Must sell..

    I have a gold 505 in Melbourne i need to sell.
    It would be a great project, it still has 3 weeks vic rego, not much required for a roadworthy.

    The car needs a new starter motor, and inhibitor switch. These parts come with the car, my mechanic hasn't had time to fit it..
    I am moving permantly to Adelaide in 19 days, so i would like it sold..have a look, give me a call on 0411554262. Otherwise it goes to the wreckers for $500.

    Cheers
    Adrian..

    Cheers
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    <small>[ 10 August 2003, 06:20 PM: Message edited by: Cant_get_enough_of_peugeots ]</small>

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    Gone Fishin' Ray Bell's Avatar
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    An automatic with 390mm wheels... but surely it's worth those dollars?

    What condition are the tyres in, Adrian? I think anyone looking at it will be mighty keen to know that...

    Looks pretty neat for a cheapy... say $1500 with 12 months rego?

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    Yeah, the tyres are about 50%.

    It costs $500 to ship a "non going" car from Melbourne, to Adelaide. It is also a big drama to organise. So i thought, it might be a good opputunity, for someone to get themselves a very cheap STi...yeah, i reckon $1,500 would be aound what it would cost to get it up and at'em.
    Especially if you did the work yourself..

    All the windows work, car runs cool, trans is strong, power steering works well.

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    Coorrect me if I'm wrong, but in that photo it looks like you have a 150mm wide style 390mm wheel on the front and a 135mm version at the rear.

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    Interesting, Dave... but easy to fix all the same. Those wheels are available at what you might call 'giveaway' prices...

    With three weeks rego, why not drive it? I mean, $50 for fuel gets it there? Let someone who needs to get to Adelburg drive it instead of fly?

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