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Lot 123
1993 Volvo 240 SE Estate
1993 Volvo 240 SE Estate
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Lot Number: 123
Result inc Premium: £1,660
  • V5 Present
  • MoT May 2022 - Expired
  • Chassis number: YV1245273P1962438
This 1993 silver version of Volvo's definitive load‑lugger was registered in August 1993, making it one of the last to be built ‑ with the SE tag denoting a Special Equipment runout edition. The vendor believes that these 'last of the lines' were sold to Volvo agents, which may account for one of the three former registered keepers noted on the V5C. The car is a 1986cc fuel‑injected model with five‑speed manual gearbox, electric windows, electric door mirrors, power steering and heated blue cloth seats. Its odometer reading is 117,867 although the vendor tells us it stopped working in 2012. However, with its regular but limited use since then, he now estimates it's around the 150,000‑mile mark.

The present vendor has owned the car since January 2008, and there's a full history of all work done since then. These include an alternator repair in November 2020 (£118), a new exhaust, two silencers and two pipes in September 2019 (£243) and a clutch and bearing in August 2017 (£345).

The MoT is valid until May 2022; advisories noted were that both headlamp reflectors were slightly defective and there was windscreen damage, albeit not affecting the view. This referred to a one‑inch diameter crack low on the nearside.

The car is in generally good condition (especially the interior) and drives well. Issues noted include the wires broken at the boot hinge, so the rear wiper, heated rear screen and hatch central locking don't work. There's some missing trim from the rear bumper, although the clips remain. Minor rust is appearing along the bottom of some of the doors as well as at the bottom of the rear offside wheel arch. Inside, the heater fan is noisy, which is presumed to be down to worn bearings meaning the fan is rubbing on the housing.  

Three pairs of keys are included, as well as a Haynes workshop manual and the radio code. The car is also fitted with a tow bar, for any extra loads that can't be swallowed by its very commodious rear.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 2ND NOVEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
This 1993 silver version of Volvo's definitive load-lugger was registered in August 1993, making it one of the last to be built - with the SE tag denoting a Special Equipment runout edition. The vendor believes that these 'last of the lines' were sold to Volvo agents, which may account for one of the three former registered keepers noted on the V5C. The car is a 1986cc fuel-injected model with five-speed manual gearbox, electric windows, electric door mirrors, power steering and heated blue cloth seats. Its odometer reading is 117,867 although the vendor tells us it stopped working in 2012. However, with its regular but limited use since then, he now estimates it's around the 150,000-mile mark. The present vendor has owned the car since January 2008, and there's a full history of all work done since then. These include an alternator repair in November 2020 (£118), a new exhaust, two silencers and two pipes in September 2019 (£243) and a clutch and bearing in August 2017 (£345). The MoT is valid until May 2022; advisories noted were that both headlamp reflectors were slightly defective and there was windscreen damage, albeit not affecting the view. This referred to a one-inch diameter crack low on the nearside. The car is in generally good condition (especially the interior) and drives well. Issues noted include the wires broken at the boot hinge, so the rear wiper, heated rear screen and hatch central locking don't work. There's some missing trim from the rear bumper, although the clips remain. Minor rust is appearing along the bottom of some of the doors as well as at the bottom of the rear offside wheel arch. Inside, the heater fan is noisy, which is presumed to be down to worn bearings meaning the fan is rubbing on the housing. Three pairs of keys are included, as well as a Haynes workshop manual and the radio code. The car is also fitted with a tow bar, for any extra loads that can't be swallowed by its very commodious rear. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 2ND NOVEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • MoT May 2022 - Expired
  • Chassis number: YV1245273P1962438
Result inc Premium: £1,660

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