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(Vic) For Sale Vs V8 Ute Tow Bar Worked Looks Nice


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Hey Im selling my Holden vs 1997 5LT V8 ute REGO TIL MAY 29 2011

It has the following -

- 5 liter v8

- Pace makers extractors and FULL costume 3 INCH exhaust system ITS has a real GRUNT

- 276 LUMPY cams

- 2,500 mini spool

- Tub liner

- Tarp

- Shift kit auto

- 4.11 diff believe to be welded as well

- HSV vs interior side trims and seats and steering wheel

- HSV 18inch wheels with fairly new rubber

- Bt1 v8 computer

- Legal tinted windows

- Tow bar

- King springs suspension

- New coil pack

- New 9mm leads

- New ngk spark plugs

- New Oil and filter will provide extra filter

- New control module

- New SS imitation red molds and vx ss original badges

- New SS big mouth air induction

- New transmission service (including oil )

- New engine mounts

- New wiper blades

- New alternator

- New battery

- New starter motor

- New key barrel and key

- New head light globes pretty bright

- New hand brake

- New tail shaft center bearing

- New starter motor

- New cd mp3 aux Kenwood cd player and Cadiance 6inch 2 ways speakers sounds nice !

also do have two spare rocket covers and gasket.

can provide receipts if i can find it there all been changed with in 3 weeks you can look and see for your self there all brand new NO second hands

had auto elect do all the electrical things and very happy with the job .

THINGS NEED ATTENTION

- tail shaft needs to be uni joint

- diff needs to be replaced or reconditioned

- ss fog lights need to be wired up and temp gauge isnt working assuming sensor

- roof lining needs a new one old owner ripped it off

- rear brakes need changing

price $7000

i want a quick sale ! selling cheap ! cash only no swaps sorry

car NEEDS a tune due to having modifications it should get easy 180kw to 200 kw with the work on it at the moment.

So if you want to go work with a grunt and looks with heaps of extras DONT think twice your really getting a bargain

WILL SELL WITH REG BUT NO RWC! BUYER MUST PROVIDE OWN THANKS if want a view your more then welcome to view in Broadmeadows Melbourne Victoria contact harry on 0411 401 942 thanks

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