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    Default Renault Fuego for sale on Carsales

    https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/det...010261/?Cr=312




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    Fuego 'Executive'.. interesting!

    Quote Originally Posted by http://carsales.com.au
    Location: Maylands, WA 6051

    Odometer: 273,000 km
    Transmission: Manual
    Engine: 4cyl 2.0L Petrol

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    Time to sell my Fuego as i have had my fun with it. The best part of the car is it's body which was treated for rust so it's never had any ( see pics). Engine is also good and it had recently had the cam belt replaced. It has electric windows and aircon ( not cold) and central locking. The worst part is I have recently cracked the windcreen on the passengers side (crack not shown). I was quoted 450 to replace it. I have made the price low to alow for this repair. If I repair the windscreen myself I will raise the price accordingly.

    Call the seller: John
    Seller's phone number: 0405 820 551


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    They scrub up well, don't they!
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    That red pin stripe....

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    That looks a proper time warp Fuego, in the best trim colour scheme! It must have always been kept under cover for the trim to have so little fading, and the seats must always have had covers, given that type early fabric was susceptible to wear. Unfortunately the foam appears to have gone the usual '80's Renault way - and nice to see the original rims too, although I wonder of the condition of the TRX's :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    TRX's :-)
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    Ah I still run TRX on my Fuego and I do have one new TRX tyre to put on my one brand new never used rim, just need 4 more brand new rims and TRX tyres… nice fuego and yes the pin striping is well done.

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    Very well kept Fuego and as they say they do scrub up well. I have a replacement screen but might cost too much to freight to WA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenfuego View Post
    Ah I still run TRX on my Fuego and I do have one new TRX tyre to put on my one brand new never used rim.
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    I wish people would not put door bump trim outwards of the wheel arches.

    It looks so wrong to this fuego tragic.....and then to pin stripe them ....It's just accentuating the error.

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