Looking for a cherished T with low miles, fsh and in very good condition.
Money waiting for the right car but i am fussy!
It will be going to an RS enthusiast and be thoroughly spoilt.
Had an a RB, full spec'd one for 2 years and I preferred it to my replacements, 340R and Caterham Supersport......I should NEVER had sold it :mad:
Miss my Trophy too.........I knew I shouldn't have popped back to this forum...day ruined!
Thanks for you comments glenn, very helpful.
Brakes a discs/pads are fine, they don't need changing, tax laws affect every T not just my one and the cambelt doesn't need changing until end of November.
The car doesn't need for anything, you could buy one for less and have ball joints...
Identical apart from the new version has some raised text on the inner rim.
I would take a pic but they're currently at my brothers.
This is the original Renault replacement though, still in Renault box, not the 'off the shelf' Speedline Turini and hard to source.
1 Original Trophy Speedline Turini with Michelin Pe2 tyre, both never been used and as new.
1 Trophy Speedline Turini sourced from Renault with the correct ET offset, still boxed and brand new. (has raised markings)
Collection preferred or you arrange courier arrangements.
£275 the pair
I put 2 coats of Gtechniq C2 (nano sealant) over the dampers when I purchased the car which gave a good base for Mark to then apply a car body underseal of which make I'm not too sure tbh, but I could always find out.
It certainly seems to have worked as they are still in great...
This pains me, but a recent divorce and a new house purchase necessitates it; I've owned two of these and it'll be sorely missed.
This is a very special example:
1 previous, retired owner to 2012 and 18k miles
Full service history with no expense spared
MOT until end November...
Thanks Claude, they were all great cars.
A new house purchase though means no current toy and even the beloved T is in jeopardy!
I have A Fiesta Red Edition coming in 2 weeks which I'm sillily excited about and hopefully i'll revisit the 'toy shop' again in a few years!
The panel isn't that bad so a second hand one would probably be worse than mine tbh but I want it back to sparkling factory condition so a new one it is.
Thanks for the info MarcR.
So you think the below is the correct one for all T's:
Part number - 7701 067 035
I've just noticed that the dark blue finish is beginning to crack, leaving the white plastic exposed.
Does anyone know the part number for this ventilation control panel and how easy it is to replace please?
Ordered for March 1st, really quite excited .
24 months, 9k pa, breakdown, tax with DAB too:
1x£349. 23x£148 incl VAT.
fuel saving and T preservation justifies it alone. Have a feeling I won't wang to give it back.