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Seicento for spares or repair Item ID: 34638

Posts: 8
Registered: Aug 2015
Location: Kent
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SOLD! (£200.00) Fair
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Location: Sevenoaks, Kent Google Maps Location
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Specifications
Type Coupe   MOT Expiry Date Sept 2017
Doors 2   Number of Previous Owners None
Colour red   Mileage 65000
Model Year 2000   Right-hand drive/Left-hand drive Right-hand drive
Transmission Manual   Safety Features Driver Airbag, Immobiliser, Rear seat belts
Fuel Petrol   Exterior Options Alloy Wheels, Full Bodykit, Rear Spoiler, Sideskirts
Interior Cloth   Interior/Comfort Options Power Windows, Power-assisted Steering (PAS), Sunroof
Number of Seats 4   In-Car Entertainment Options AM/FM Stereo, CD Player, IPOD Connection, MP3 Capability

Description
My 2000 Seicento Sporting with full Abarth kit decided to blow its head gasket and I've no interest in getting it fixed so it needs to go.

Apart from the engine issues, the car is in good condition for its age. In the last eight months, it's had the exhaust replaced and new tyres (on the larger than Abarth spec 14in wheels.

The bodywork is solid but the paint is starting to look its age.

I spent plenty of money getting the car through its MOT last September, so it has a lot of potential for anyone who wants to sort the head gasket. However, due to that, I'm being realistic with my expectations and I'm open to offers around the 200 mark.
Keywords:  Sporting Abarth

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oldfiatguy
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Registered: Apr 2013
Posts: 16
Comment Date: Fri Jan 13, 2017

Hello does it run at all ,could it be nursed 80 miles.
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Dunxster
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Registered: Aug 2015
Location: Kent
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Comment Date: Sat Jan 14, 2017

It was running but overheating really quickly. I doubt it could do 80 miles but you're welcome to try.
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Chriselectrics
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Registered: Sep 2015
Posts: 31
Comment Date: Mon Jan 23, 2017

As soon as they overheat heat you don't run them, at all as you'll crack the head if it has not been done already. Bring back cast iron...
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