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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Sigh. :facepalm:

I need to sell my zhp sedan and get something more practical. I've owned the car since March of 2011, clean car fax (i have one from late last year if you want to see it, if you want me to run a new one we can work something out).

2004 Imola Red ZHP sedan


Front/Rear Brake Pads @ 100k
Front Rotors @ 100k
NGK spark plugs @ 100k
Fuel Filter @ 105k
VANOS rebuild (Besian Systems) @ 105k
Meyle HD FCAB's @ 107k
Transmission Fluid Flush @ 107k
Valve Cover Gasket @ 115k
Upper/Lower Intake Boot @115k
Cleaned ICV and Throttle body @115k
Complete Cooling System @ 117k
Diff Fluid @ 120k

PA Inspection until 5/13


3.62 m3 LSD
Tein Super Street Coilovers (also have koni/tc kline struts with stock zhp springs)
AFE Intake (will include stock airbox with sale)
A/C delete (personal preference but will reinstall at buyers request; it was working fine prior to me taking it out)


Two sets of wheels will be included with the sale:

BMW style 135's (18x8 and 18x8.5) which need tires
17x7.5 O.Z saturn's with Continental WinterContacts


the car currently has codes for:
Tank Fill Level
Cam Position Sensor (new CPS ordered, will be replaced prior to sale)

the front bumper was resprayed prior to me owning the car, and it wasnt the best. Color match is very good, smoothness is not (see pic)

rear parcel shelf is slightly faded

I'm trying to be as honest and forthcoming as I can, if you have any questions or need further explanation please let me know.

Car is located in Eastern PA, 18064


$9800 with:
both sets of wheels
both sets of suspensions
all stock parts

$9300 with:
one set of wheels
one suspension setup
all stock parts

If you have an awd wagon of some sort (legacy, forester, a4, etc) let me know, maybe we can work out a trade


118 Posts
Discussion Starter · #7 ·
if you seriously got that thing to be awd :drool:

pm me, im curious about what kind of problems youre having (i am a former vw/audi guy)

my buddy and i are in the middle of putting an obd1 vr6 into his 944 :evil:
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