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1987 VW Scirocco 16v 2.0

Make: Volkswagen
Model: Scirocco
Type: Coupe
Year: 1987
Mileage: 160,000
VIN: WVWCB0538HK014934
Color: Red
Engine: 16v 2.0
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Salvage
Item location: San Luis Obispo, California, United States

1987 Volkswagen Scirocco Additional Info:

If you are looking at this, you probably already know about these cars.
Where to start...The car was basically totally mechanically restored from bumper to bumper by the previous owner. Literally almost everything mechanical is new on the car. 160,000 on the odometer but almost everything has been replaced. The engine was rebuilt about 3000 miles ago, with a 9A bottom end with new crank bearings, piston rings, seals, oil pan, oil pump, water pump, water pump pulley. The 2.0 head was supposedly rebuilt by the dealer. The salvage title is from seats being stolen from the car, with no evidence of any accidents. The car was just painted last year in Porsche Guards Red. I had big plans for it, but an out of state move is forcing me to sell.
Here is a list from the previous owner of all the new stuff. All with about 3k miles on it.
- New tank
- New main fuel pump
- good used in tank pump with sending unit (it works)
- new fuel filter
- new OEM fuel injectors
- new filler hose
- new magnaflow cat
- new OEM midpipe and exhaust
- changed output seals and main input seal. It still leaks from some place so it will have to be resealed at a point in the future
- new shifter linkage (near transmission and shifter in the car)
- new short shift kit
- new shifter knob
- new clutch cable
- new master cylinder
- new hoses and caliper seals
- new Hawk pads all the way around
- new brake disks, bearings in the rear and seals
- Sebring Corrado wheels in great condition (with caps)
- new tires: Toyo 195/50/15
- new OEM lug bolts
HVAC. A/C works (retrofitted to R-134)
- new heater core
- new heater core valve
- new expansion valve and drier
- new A/C compressor
- new fresh air blower
- good used evaporator and condenser
- fixed dash plenum so that the vents work and everything is nice and clean
- all 4 new headlights and bulbs
- new trunk shocks
- new wipers
- old Corrado front seats
- new Momo Montecarlo steering wheel and hub
- new turn signal switch
- new wiper switch
- new headlight switch
- new pedal pads
- new license plate lights
If you pick it up locally I also have boxes of stuff that can come with it, including the original front seats, steering wheel and another set of what could be track wheels with basically brand new tires on them. It is really a great car, and almost impossible to find in this condition. It really would make a great base for an amazing project for someone who knows what they are doing with older VWs.