I bought this V70R in November of 2016, and it's now time for me to pass it on to the next enthusiast. I had plans to turn this thing into a beast of a wagon, but I run my own company and don't have the time or money to do such. I'd rather someone enjoy it than me hoping to 'complete' a crazy build someday.
2005 V70R M66 with about 120k miles (I'll get an exact mileage later tonight)
Interior is Nordic Blue
Located in South East Idaho
Clean title with no known-accidents
I had purchased it from DLR Nordic in Portland Oregon, who had done the following at about 108,000 miles:
Timing Belt with Tensioners
OE 4C Struts - Fronts
Front Rotors and Pads
I did quite a bit of maintenance/upgrades to complete and surpass a "Stage-0" with the following items done:
IPD cat-back exhaust
IPD HD lower control arms L&R
IPD Strut Bar Mount Conversion Kit
IPD Poly Subframe Bushing Kit
IPD Endlink Kit Front and Rear
Lemforder Balljoint L&R
IPD Boost Gauge Kit
Silicone Vacuum Hose Kit
Hutchinson Upper Engine Stabilizer Mount
Hutchinson Transmission Torque Mount
Forge CBV Upgrade Kit
High Performance Turbo Control Valve
For maintenance, the following was completed:
Xemodex refurbished CEM
Genuine Volvo Right Front Axle Assembly
Manual transmission flush Genuine Volvo OIl
Angle Gear/Rear Dif flush Genuine Volvo Fluid
Haldex Flush Genuine Volvo Fluid
Seafoam Engine Flush
Routine oil changes every 5k miles (Mobil 1)
The following items come with the car:
17" Pegasus rims mounted with Michelin Pilot Sport 3 x4 (about 6,000 miles on them)
17" Pegasus rims mounted with Hankook Winter i*cept iZ2 (about 6,000 miles on them)
Privacy cargo screen
Factory roof rails (never installed)
Factory Rubber floor mats
Diagnostic computer with OBDII adapter (VIDA DICE)
The car drives and handles very well and I've had no faults with the 4C. The engine pulls strong with the boost gauge showing steady boost throughout the RPM range. I really can find few faults with the mechanical side of the car, with the exception with of the clockspring giving an intermittent fault. On the cosmetic side, the hard surfaces (dash, etc) are in good condition, transmission tunnel has some typical paint flecking off. The front seats are in pretty standard condition for the S60R/V70R of this year/age, with the rear seats being in very good condition. The exterior is in good condition, other than scratches that were present when I bought the vehicle. The previous owner was attempting to pull something off of his roof rack (I think a bike?) and scratched the passenger door and a-pillar (visible in photos).
There were a couple things that I've forgotten about the car. In the photo link, there is a photo of an oxidation spot on the roof. It looks pretty minor and should be able to be buffed out easily. I'll probably have it buffed out anyways.
Another issue is the radio. I believe there might be a blown fuse inside the radio as it will not turn on. I've tested the power and constant, and they both have the necessary power to them.
I am wanting to get $11,500 for the car, however I am open to negotiations.