It's time... My "Unicorn" is being put up for sale. It's my daily driver, and will continue to be until sold (or until I find something I'm looking for). I've decided that it doesn't make sense for me to go through with the manual swap that I was planning at this point, so I'll be going with a different car. Here are the details:
Make/Model: Volvo XC70
Color: White / Atacama
Condition: Good to Excellent
Option packages: Cold Weather, Convenience, Premium Audio (upgraded), Navigation (upgraded), and MORE (see below)!
Location: Long Island, NY
Selling Price: (asking) $8,500
Contact Information: emails are the best way - Adam - athruc (-at-) gmail.com
This was a car that I purchased to daily drive, and to turn into a white "V70R" or sorts. It has all sorts of "R" goodies, including (but not limited to)
-Atacama Interior (with charcoal carpeting and Atacama floor mats)
-Steering Wheel / Airbag
-17" Pegs (wheels shown in some pictures are long-ago sold)
Modifications included (but are not limited to)
-IPD V70R Sway Bars
-HD end links
-Folding Mirros ("R" style)
-TKi rear toe bars
-QBM strut bar conversion
-Aluminum door pins and rings
-S60AWD Eibach Springs
-LED interior downlights, white cup holder LED, front door handle lights, etc.
-"Hidden" Hitch (not so hidden) and factory Volvo trailer wiring
-"HUD"-style IMP Concepts boost gauge (5-25psi)
Recent maintenance includes (but is not limited to)
-Spring seats and bearings
-Hubs/bearings (all 4)
-Timing Belt (was done at 110K or so - it's in the service history from Volvo)
-Oil changed with full synthetic every 3-5K
I am sure that I am forgetting quite a few things, and will add as I go through my records and remember.
This car is a reliable and consistent daily driver, but I don't have the time to take the project through to where I wanted to, and I'm going to be looking for something, well, different. I'm open to possible partial trades (turbodiesel, Wrangler, stupid small and sporty, etcl)...
...and some more pictures (sorry, I didn't use the tripod for the majority of the photos:
Props to Joe from http://detailersworkshop.com/ for the uber slick exterior detail.