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20vt buying advice #1596712
16/03/2017 16:45
16/03/2017 16:45

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REP013
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REP013
Unregistered
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Hi, my Porto is a rust bucket and I've been offered a 20vt v6 x reg.
It's not advertised anywhere but has been upgraded and rebuilt.
It has a new engine from Fiat that has been rebored, forged pistons etc. Done about 7k miles since replaced.
Turbo upgrade
FMIC
Silicon pipes
Upgraded pump and mod
Upgraded injectors
Blue flame exhaust
New tyres - standard, clean wheels
Belts, bushes, wishbones all replaced in last 10k miles
Air bags - side impact
Air con
Remapped
Boost gauge
New brake pipes, disks and pads
Gearbox done about 50k
6 paddle uprated clutch
Undersealed
Etc. Etc.
Basically rebuilt 125k car that's done less than 10k

Can't provide further details but any views on what it might be worth - assuming no rust?

Thanks.

Re: 20vt buying advice [Re: ] #1597449
28/03/2017 14:57
28/03/2017 14:57
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Posts: 17,367
Staffordshire
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That sounds like a £3k to £5k car, but could be another £1k either side of those figures if its slightly dog-eared or extremely good - all IMHO, of course

What colour? (it can have a bearing on price)


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Re: 20vt buying advice [Re: ] #1597601
30/03/2017 17:57
30/03/2017 17:57
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Posts: 8,057
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I'd agree with Nigel's loose estimate, at this point in time the prices are on the up.

Re: 20vt buying advice [Re: ] #1598038
06/04/2017 14:23
06/04/2017 14:23

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REP013
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REP013
Unregistered
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The colour was moon grey, thanks for the feedback.

Re: 20vt buying advice [Re: ] #1605559
03/08/2017 12:10
03/08/2017 12:10
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'It has a new engine from Fiat that has been rebored, forged pistons etc. Done about 7k miles since replaced. '

I'd want to know more about who built the engine and to what spec? Obviously it wasn't 'new' if it was rebored & fitted with forged pistons.

Sorry just noticed this post is a few months old! Wonder what the outcome was?

Last edited by wink; 03/08/2017 12:11.

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