Colour edition - 71,900 km, real - Sold new in Spain - Valid Spanish vehicle inspection (ITV)
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Registered in country:||Spain|
1995 Opel Calibra 2.0 16v 136 HP, Ecotec in very good original condition.
Always garaged. Extraordinarily preserved. Very few actual miles. Only 71,900 km displayed, provable with the service books. Registered in Spain, Madrid.
Green metallic colour, manual transmission. Extras: double airbags, pyrotechnic seat belts, electric sunroof, metallic paint, radio-CD. Up-to-date maintenance, service book. Distribution kit and water pump newly replaced (due to their age). Front discs and pads, air and filters newly changed.
Sheet metal and paint in excellent condition. Dent-free and with no scratches, as shown in the pictures. Mechanically in excellent condition. Valid ITV (Spanish vehicle inspection) until 2018, flawless. We can provide invoices that can prove the maintenance.
The car is in Las Rozas, in Madrid, Spain.
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