Last week I featured a SLC Rado with a few more miles and was a bit more expensive than this example. That, my friends is what I like to call a “ripping deal.” Well if it was such a good deal it would have sold on eBay but nobody was willing to meet the $7.9k asking price.
It may be just me, but how can a one owner Rado not get some nibbles at that price? For you Rado fans it is still on the Vortex so gawk away.
From the seller –
“I’m selling my 1992 VW Corrado SLC with 56k original miles on it, I am the original owner. It’s stick shift, has full leather interior, has been garage kept and has no rust. I have all of the original stock parts on hand should you want to pull off any performance enhancements. All of my service work was done at Jennings VW in Glenview, IL.
Here is the list of what is on the car…
Always used synthetic oil
I have a high quality car bra that will be included
Bilstien HD shocks
Front and Rear Strut bars
28mm sway bar in rear
GIAC Performance chip
Low temp thermo
Coolant = Distilled Water and Water Wetter
Color matched SAMCO radiator hoses
Jacob Ignition Coil – Omni Torquer
Techtonics Tuning Stainless cat back exhaust
Koenig Villain rims along with the Stock rims and tires
Alpine stereo, 4 channel Soundstream Amp.
Sunroof is original and works (no scratches)
4 point Racing seal belt
stainless steel brake lines
push button starter
Alpine Alarm with impact sensor and radar proximity sensor
Paint is Red and original, some minor dings. I’ll consider all offers.”
That is a incredibly clean car. The seller started at $10k and has come down to $7.9k, so he is motivated to sell. I look for these weekly and I am not sure I have found a car that is a better combination of condition, mileage, and price.
If you can deal with those robotic seat belts that want to behead drivers at every turn this may be worth looking into.