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Hi, I have decided to part with my mk4 r32 as I want to try out a mk5.

The car is a reflex silver 3 door with 124k on the clock however it drives like it has half those miles! It has full service history most of which were done at vw. The haldex has also been serviced various times. Last service was 117k.

It has a fresh 12 months mot as of 2 weeks ago, and 3 months tax remaining.

Full heated black leather with the built in sat nav
Milltek cat back non resonated exhaust
Disks and pads has loads of life left in them
30mm wheel spacers on the rear so the wheels fill te arch nicely (do not rub what so ever)
Nokia Bluetooth hands free kit (very discreet)
All the usual mk4 r32 extras like auto dimming rear view mirror, climate control, 6 speed manual etc etc

The tyres do need replacing, and were the only advisory on the mot however these will be getting replaced in the near future.

The downside to this car unfortunately is the paintwork. There are stone chips on the front of the car. The bumpers have marks on them on the corners where the previous owner caught them parking on her street. Te front passenger side of the bumper has a small crack right down near the wheel. This can be repaired I just haven't had time to book it into a body shop as I use the car every day.

And unfortunately as of yesterday there is a mark on the drivers side wing where some kind person drove into it (I will get pictures of this shortly)

Te wheels are also curbed from the pervious owner.

Because of the above I am prepared to let the car go very cheap, there is no other reason for the low price. Feel free to come and test drive the car (proof of insurance will be needed)

I am pricing the car at £4700

I'm based in south Cumbria

EDIT: the pictures below we're taken about a month and a half ago, before I fitted the milltek and wheel spacers.
A lower price can be negotiated if you don't want either of these


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