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I just bought this killer 1999 V70 XC
TWO TONE... VERY RARE, Titanium lower panels
One owner From VA.
COMPLETE service records to 97,500 miles, not a single service was missed.
Clean Carfax and Autocheck, (of course)
It is simply gorgeous
Just serviced, I also installed a new bevel gear, a new upper torque mount and a new T belt and tensioner (and refinished the steering wheel).
I also installed a new set of (4) Yokohama tires
She's all ready for her new owner.
SALE PRICE: $7495
X-bars for the rails too!
This XC is SERIOUSLY nice.
It also appears from the underside and engine compartment that either its never been or only once or twice, in salt! [thumbup]
CLEAN rust free underside and engine compartment!!
I cannot believe this hasn't sold. (I'm thoroughly :confused::confused:)
Of all the Volvos I have sold in the past year, this is by FAR the nicest one.
If you go to the www.swedespeed.com classifieds, a few people there, (unfortunately not XC buyers), have seen, rode or driven it and have posted the condition of this incredible 99!
Surely someone here must know somone who wants what is probably the best Gen 1 XC available for sale on the east coast.[thumbup]
06-24-2010, 09:10 PM
3rd row seats?
No but I have a complete 3rd seat assy here I can work into the deal.
So I suppose yes, [thumbup] if necessary
3rd row seats?
I know you were looking for a T5 but do you know, you can chip (flash) a GLT and they're quite fast that way.
Actually more fun to drive on the street than a T5 with GLOBS of low end torque (I had one).
You know you can also remove the propshaft and it will be just like a GLT, FWD with no popssible AWD issues. It will be quicker, it will get better gas mileage and it also drives a bit quieter with no mechanical AWD noises?
You can always re- install the propshaft for the winter if needed![thumbup]
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