This Rare 109" Station Wagon has been stored in a barn for the last 10 years.
Last MOT expired on 10th July 2008.
It will become tax and MOT exempt on 21st November 2019 (Only 19 months to go!!)
V5 document present and correct
Clearly loved at one point by it's last owner of 16 years and change in circumstances meant it was sidelined and taken off the road.
It was registered as SWP 339V on 21st November 1979 and is chassis number 93632939C which makes it a home market diesel Station Wagon.
There are many extras fitted including a full length roof rack, snorkel and numerous spotlights.
Freewheeling hubs fitted.
The chassis is amazingly good and only requires the bottom of the rear crossmember replacing.
Front dumb irons are excellent.
Foot wells need some work but not too bad.Door pillars solid.
It will require recommissioning as you would expect from standing for 10 years.
The headlining is in good condition.
The glow plugs are disconnected but it fires up with some easy start and then runs fine.
Some smoke as you would expect after standing for so long and an injector is knocking so I think the pump needs adjusting.
The 2.25 diesel engine runs and the clutch is operational and it can be loaded onto a trailer or transporter.
Could be easily put back on the road in a short space of time.
It will make a great project for kids/dogs/logging etc!
Can be viewed off Junc 14 M4 Near Hungerford Berkshire
Call the details below to arrange a viewing or ask any questions
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