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For Sale - Volvo 940 Wentworth Turbo Saloon

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Old Feb 27th, 2020, 21:43   #1
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Smile For Sale - Volvo 940 Wentworth Turbo Saloon

I'm selling this car on behalf of my Mum in Law who has owned and driven this great machine for the last 20 years! Am trying to convince her to downsize!

A 2ltr Wentworth Turbo Saloon, just thru MOT and still being driven regularly.
Genuine 140 K
Auto
Full Service History
Bodywork in excellent condition, re-sprayed original colour last year.
Interior - wear & tear appropriate for age but OK.
Great runner and no known mechanical probs.
The heater was recently removed due to a problem.

Great car (AKA 'The Duchess' by the family), but my Mum in Law needs less of a boat, and a heater that works!
Offers in the region of 1,350

Cheers
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Old Feb 28th, 2020, 16:32   #2
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What was the problem with the heater? did the control valve blow?
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Old Feb 28th, 2020, 21:58   #3
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Honestly don't know for sure - the mech at garage told me there was a leak that he couldn't repair or get a spare for. This was after the fact and he'd already removed the heater unit.
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