I have this recurring dream where I have a garage full of rare and obscure VW parts and a great car to put them on. Don’t like your interior, swap it out with something different. Want to try a another exhaust, that’s OK I am sure I have a few more laying around.
Enter this low mile Corrado with a donor car and gads of parts.
From the seller –
“12/31/11: Been away from the forums for a few months, back on here now and even more motivated to sell than ever! NOW CONSIDERING TRADES TOO.
8/16/11: Lowered price. $9,000 takes it all. That leaves you room to sell what you don’t need and have a killer corrado for an amazing price. Let’s see someone step up and give these cars a good home.
8/14/11: Added gallery of parts car: http://www.kodakgallery.com/gallery/…1%3A1345526819
8/13/11: Added a few old photos of Car #2 to the photo link, added descriptions to photos & added ballpark prices (up for discussion) to last post in this thread
So, the time has come for me to sell the Corrado stuff I’ve been hoarding for the past 6ish years. Before I dive into the description, I wanted to let people know that I’m looking for a buyer who can take ALL of the below. For now, I’m not going to be entertaining ANY offers to sell off any parts from the collection or piece things out. Please don’t ask. Even if I have to lose a bit of money, I prefer to sell it to someone who can come and take it all away in one haul. If you can get it sooner, I’m willing to bend even more on the whole price for everything.
The cars are located at my parents’ home in Maryland. It has been almost 4 years since I was active in the Corrado community or went through all of the stuff, so my memory may be hazy about some of the details about everything. If you have questions, I’ll try to get you answers ASAP.”
$9k for all of this, I have seen lesser cars than this go for more than this. Take it all, sort through what you want, sell the rest and drive your Rado with pride. Doesn’t sound like such a bad deal if you ask me. But I am a sucker for this sort of thing.
Click through the link for all the details on the Rado, the parts car, and the goodies. Bravo to the seller for a thorough description of the pros and cons of both cars. The seller seems to want it all gone, and soon. Does $7.5k get it done? If so you have a head start on making a very nice Rado nearly perfect.