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  1. jerome mariano

    88 peugeot 505 Turbo 5 spd

    Hello, I have an 88 505 turbo 5 spd for sale. This car has been driven less than 1,000 miles since a $5,000 top end overhaul and new turbo done by imported car center in vermont. It has a bit of rust on the right side rear wheel well and a different color trunk from a rear end collision that was also fixed at imported car center. The car is an 86 with 220000 KM made in canada, has a motor and transmission swap from an 88 turbo. I also have a manual 88 turbo parts car and an 88 turbo automatic parts car. I have extra hoods, trunk lids w/ and without spoiler, 89 taillights, etc. Also for sale is an 87 505 v6 that has been sitting for 5 years ran fine then broken control arm, sunroof cracked mildew have been cleaning up. Feel free to contact me with any questions and I can get some pics up soon. If you have an interst in anything make an offer. Thanks, Jerome HUMBLESCREENPRINTING@GMAIL.COM
  2. Let's start with the ugly: the Cylinder head is failing. It is almost certainly cracked, and it is leaking. It would be nice to keep it in the family, so I'm posting this here first. I've owned this 1986 Peugeot 505 N9Te wagon for over 14 years. It's my second 505 (the 1983 STI was driven away at 220,000 miles) and it has served as a luxury car and a hauler of astonishing loads. The problem is that I'm going through another episode of life changes, and just don't want to do the mechanical work on another car. And the last Peugeot mechanic in the Bay Area is an hour away by car - and 2-3 hours by transit for pick up. This is an entirely rust-free vehicle (no surface corrosion, bubbles or "spots"); it was first sold and always kept in the semi-arid regions of California. No damage, dents or holes. It retains a beautiful, blue interior with supple leather, all athe carpeting, and dashboard are intact. All insturments and lights work. What else? I'm asking $2000 Who am I? Craig Parada Alviso (San Jose), CA (408) 263-2761 [fixed] (408) 772-5480 [mobile & text] craig [dot] parada [at] sbcglogal [dot] net The car has 145,000 Miles on it. Silver-Gray exterior, dark blue interior The ZF4HP22 automatic transmission (rebuilt two years ago) works perfectly. New tires (and I mean new) on original 15" alloys New battery Alternator has new diodes (waited too long on the battery) All suspension and brake components are good Passed smog 2014 registration complete It is equipped with all the mid-1980s luxuries: · Cruise control · Climate control · Air conditioning (works, but you know this isn't American A/C) · Heated seats (both work) · Rear window washer · "Euro" (Argentine) glass headlamps amber (legal) · Fog lights - amber to match the headlamps · Peugeot roof rack (to go between the standard rails) · Peugeot mud flaps · Lightly tinted rear and side windows · Custom trailer hitch (that doesn't interfere with the spare) · Electric fans replaced the clutch fan · AM/FM radio with CD, 6-speakers (antenna no longer retracts) · Electric windows (one slow, switches fussy) · Power door locks (inexplicibly stop working occasionally, but usually work fine) · Plip remote door lock transmitter and matching receiver (never installed, and still in the box). · Trip-odometer doesn't reset Photos at http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/user/1203-craig-in-alviso/
  3. lighting was subpar, but...the car looked pretty good. Wouldnt happen to be lurking here, would you?
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