This car has been in the family for about six years, during which time it has been completely reliable and economical to run. It was the replacement for similar car that probably saved my son's life in an accident. It's now showing its age and mileage and needs few fixes, but the basics are sound. It has four RWC tyres, with the fronts being in VGC. (NOTE: in an earlier version of this ad, said the stereo seen in the photos is not being sold with the car it now is!) The battery is only one year old; the air conditioner was re-gassed last summer. The car starts reliably and runs well for an older vehicle, includes original owner's manual and toolkit, and like all 900s, is safe and carries remarkable load inside. What needs fixing? It won't engage reverse gear, which is possibly just an adjustment of the gear lever extension shaft, otherwise it's in the gearbox. The front outer CVs are starting to 'clack,' and it has crack in the windscreen, so that would need replacing for RWC. The clearcoat on one part of the bonnet has gone, so it has patch that is slightly different shade to the rest of the panels. The car has been priced so you could afford to fix these, or use it for parts. If you have question, you can contact me here, or text me on 0414 [hidden information].