Details about Subaru Impreza WRX Bug Eye Wagon Mot FailureSee original listing
12 Mar, 2013 17:00:52 GMT
[ 11 bids ]
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
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|Safety Features:||4-Wheel Drive, Alarm, Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), Immobiliser, Passenger Airbag, Rear seat belts||Type:||Estate|
|Exterior:||Alloy Wheels, Catalytic Converter, Rear Spoiler||Doors:||5|
|Interior/Comfort Options:||Air Conditioning, Power Windows||Colour:||Silver|
|In-Car Audio:||AM/FM Stereo, CD Player||Mileage:||151,000|
Subaru Impreza WRX Wagon
This car has just failed its Mot because its needs some welding on the rear inner wheel arches where the rear seat belts mount, I do not have the time or the money to justify this repair but could be an easy fix for someone who is handy with a welder.
The rest of the car is fine bodywork is very tidy, the interior is mint, tyres are all ok.
The car is fitted with a Bailey Dump Valve, K&N Panel Filter and a STI Exhaust with a nice burble. It has quite an extensive service history with new cambelt and clutch having been done around 30K ago. I have had new discs and pads fitted on the front less than 2K ago.
The car is Sorn'd at the moment and will need trailering away.
It honestly does drive and stop perfectly and as I said for someone who can weld it would make a nice car
Car is Collection Only from Cambridgeshire
Strictly cash on collection
Car is advertised elsewhere so may be withdrawn at any time
On 07-Mar-13 at 15:56:39 GMT, seller added the following information:
These are the 2 things the car failed the MOT on
Nearside Rear inner wing Suspension component mounting prescribed area is excessively corroded (2.4.A.3)
Offside Rear inner wing Suspension component mounting prescribed area is excessively corroded (2.4.A.3)
A few advisories
Slight exhaust blow
Bad dip beam pattern
Rear brake pipe covered in grease
I have been as honest as I can. I'm not that mechanically minded but I'm sure that someone with a bit of basic mechaincal skill and who can weld this will be an easy fix