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dwayne7

[VDS] Super 5 Saga 09/1994 C40705 à Brie Comte Robert dans le 77, 150€

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Bonjour,

 

Je suis de retour après plusieurs années d’absence, et pour cause je ne peux plus utiliser ma superbe 5 depuis septembre 2013 suite à un choc léger mais qui à dessoudé une partie du support de fixation du capot à l’avant droit et cassé un phare (remplacé).

 

Ne connaissant personne pour faire une soudure de ce type, si c’est possible, elle est donc en vente pour pièces ou pour une personne qui aura la possibilité de réparer.

 

Outre cette fixation elle à un cardan avant droit qui est en fin de vie, pas mal de rayures de la part des 🤬 des environs, un choc (certainement un caillou lancé) visible sur la porte gauche proche rétro , visible sur les photos, la portière droite est légèrement tordue (tentative de vol), un éclat de peinture sur le capot avec rouille de surface (sur la photo le capot est juste posé, non fixé).

 

Au tout début de son acquisition, en 1997, j’avais choqué, pas très vite (mais les dégâts, eux, vont vites:/ ) l’avant avec un poteau qui avait malencontreusement traversé en dehors des clous ce qui m’avait valu un changement de l’avant, capot et du berceau.

 

J’avais remplacé les pneus, le silencieux, juste avant ce choc, ils ont moins de 2 000 Kms la voiture en a 184 111 Kms.

C’est une Saga essence de 09/1994 C40705 6ch injection.

Elle se trouve à Brie Comte Robert dans le 77 et comme elle ne roule plus depuis 2013 n’a pas de CT et je n’ai pas essayé de la redémarrer.

 

Je la propose dans les 150€…

 

Bon weekend

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