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FAQ says file type not supported. Anyway, the vin is 2780995 if you are wondering it is a genuine 74 tii. Chamonix with navy blue inside and factory alloys, sport steering wheel and front spoiler.

Thanks for your recommendations it will get an oil change this week and the alternator belt replaced. The car has been driven very little in the last 20 years. The previous owner I bought it from has driven maybe 5-7k in 15+years and I drove it maybe 1k since I got it. It runs and pulls hard. Has no starting or driving issues. Has the kugelfischer belt replaced recently. Drove from San Jose and back without issues last week. The car has been painted twice since the original paint and last paint job saw some oversprays. Still very presentable for a daily driver. Blue interior in great shape but the rear seat top has cracks from the CA sun. Overall a very decent driver and I would like atleast $6700 for it. It is worth more specially if you consider it is a solid tii and the sport steering, factory alloys, front spoiler etc. Also, the paint job is 10+years old and if it had rust it would surely pop up everywhere by now. So if you are looking for a show car then I say pass quickly but if you are looking for a tii that you will drive now as it is and slowly make it nicer then this is the car for you. If you are going to ask me whats my underwear size, and if my mother still remembers what color my shirt was when the car was new then I say pass quickly. If you want to offer me less for whatever reason then I say please find another 2002 for yourself and I'm sure you will find many. I paid way much more for it when I bought it but taking some loss. I'm in no rush to sell it as I have a place to store it long term. If you are serious and ready to buy then please email me.


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