I am selling my 2004 Volvo s60r. It is the VERY rare Flash Green Metallic with Atacama interior. 6 speed manual.I purchased this car in August 2009 with 100,735 miles from a luxury car dealer in New Jersey. The car currently has 118,xxx miles.
Immediately after purchasing the car, I had the timing belt, tensioner, and water pump replaced as there were no records of this work being performed in my paperwork I received. All parts I used were genuine Volvo parts. The PCV system was also changed, as well as all driveline fluids changed (transmission, bevel gear, HALDEX, and rear differential).
At 107k miles, the radiator began leaking at the overflow fitting so I had the radiator replaced along with the entire cooling system flushed. Shortly after, the clock spring sensor behind the steering wheel had to be changed. Other than these, I have had zero "problems" with the car.
At 110k miles, I added a few performance mods to the car which included an aftermarket air filter, 3" downpipe and full exhaust, 31x12x4 front mounted intercooler, HKS SSQ blow off valve, IPD boost solenoid, VIVA Performance k24 upgraded turbo, and RICA software tune from EuroSport Tuning.
The car has a single mass flywheel from an 850r, and a clutch pack from South Bend Clutches. The pressure plate is from an Audi RS2 and the disc is an s60r disc, metallic on the flywheel side, and organic on the pressure plate side. I purchased the flywheel brand new from Volvo (have reciepts) and shipped it to South Bend where there repinned the flywheel and balanced it with the clutch pack. The slave was also replaced with a new Volvo slave as was the rear main seal.
Along with these, the headlight housing were professionally painted black, the wheels were stripped and powdercoated a gunmetal color and IPD tight clearance tuner lugs installed to prevent damage to the powder coat upon wheel removal. The upper engine mount and lower transmission mount have poly bushings. I installed a rear Hidden Hitch receiver because I planned to drive to Kentucky and trailer a motorcycle back but ended up having the bike shipped. To have trailer lights, you would need to purchase the harness adapter from Volvo. These cars can not be hard wired for trailer lights like most. The adapter is plug and play and eliminates splicing or butt-connecting wires.
There is an entire folder full of receipts for everything from a new Volvo cupholder ($120) to misc. nuts, bolts, clips. I have spared no expenses or taken any short cuts with keeping this car as beautiful as possible.
The car runs very strong. It is surprisingly fast. It looks amazing. Sounds amazing. Drives amazing. The car turns heads everywhere. It doesn't leak a drop of anything. It starts and runs effortlessly. It shifts perfect. There is one small scuff on the driver side rear bumper that was there when I bought the car. There is a small dent above the rear passenger side door from a small ladder falling in my garage. Otherwise, only minimal knicks on the front bumper. No door dings. The paint still looks like new. The interior is near flawless. The leather has ZERO tears or rips. The carpet is basically perfect. I am meticulous about keeping the car clean and the maintenance done.
Around town, I get around 23mpg. At 70mph, I got 32 mpg driving to Memphis, TN, which is about a 5.5 hour trip from my house. So the car is very decent on gas mileage.
There is an intermittent rattle sound somewhere in the front suspension. I was told by the dealer it could possilbly be an upper strut mount. I have not had this done yet as it is just intermittent.
I am including all paperwork from I got with the vehicle, along with all documents of maintence performed, part numbers for fluids, etc., vendor contacts, and the facotry leather-binded owners manual with original window sticker. Also included is the RICA softloader to load the stock tune.
The car is available for viewing if you are in the area. You can email me or call me 251-463.7510. Please feel free to ask any questions. Selling only to buy a house. $11,900 obo