Finnish plates - No documents - Partially restored.
|Condition:||Damages and in need of restoration|
|Registered in country:||Finland|
Volvo P210 from 1966, partially restored, missing details.
B18 engine with Stromberg 175CD carburettor. It works, but the carburettor needs to be adjusted. New shock absorbers. New tyres with thin white band. Glasses changed and new. Also new rubbers. Includes original roof of the time.
Installed auxiliary heating, disconnected, but it can be connected or removed. New seat covers in two colours. Original seats, not repaired. Fabric ceiling in good condition, needs to be cleaned. Recently painted in two colours.
Original finish plates. No documents. Painted bottoms, but not revised. It would be convenient to change the floors. All Duetts are prone to damage on the passenger side floor. Damaged trunk floor. It has been painted and the damage is not visible.
The rear seat backrest still needs to be fixed into its supports. Clean interior, but unrestored. Not connected radio, we do not know if it works. The dashboard is in acceptable condition but it shows the passage of time. Chrome in good condition, but with dents. The car has been used as a publicity add. Very good looks, but not thoroughly revised.
It can be seen in Logroño (La Rioja), Spain.
Offers do not include transportation or export.
In order to avoid any possible disappointment, it is highly advisable to view the car in person before bidding. Please contact Catawiki to make an appointment for a visit.
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Logroño (Spain). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
You can estimate shipping costs for this item.
When purchasing a vehicle on Catawiki, there are a few important factors to note. The import fees and documentation of the vehicle will vary depending on its country of origin and the country to which it is being imported. Potential fees could include VAT and customs which need to be paid to the country directly and not to Catawiki. The vehicle must also be registered in the country where it is being imported. Please be aware that you may need different documentation for this. In any case, documentation of purchase is always required. If you need any more information on importing vehicles, have a look at the relevant government sites.