1990 Volkswagen Polo C (MkII)
Funky 80's style with this Typ 86C 1.0 litre 4-speed 'Breadvan' variant in attractive order showing just 39,835 miles
Supplied new by Smithfield Garage Ltd of Birmingham in October 1990 this pre-facelift MkII Polo C ‘breadvan’ is now a rare sight despite healthy sales at the time. With its useful load area, the ‘Kammback’ estate style body proved most practical and its quirky shape has led to cult-status among the VDub crowd.
Finished here in attractive light blue metallic with grey cloth interior, the car wears a set of retro-fit Scirroco steel wheels with slightly larger tyres giving it a more muscular look. Under the bonnet, we find the proven 1,043cc 4-cylinder petrol engine with improved torque over its 895cc predecessor thanks to its Heron head design.
Showing just 39,835 miles the car presents well and looks to have been restored at some point, but when we do not know. The history file includes the V5C showing 6 previous owners, the owner’s pack with ‘On Call’ booklet showing 1 stamp, service book with supplying dealer stamp plus delivery service stamp, used car warranty booklet, a service bill dated May 1996, recent invoice for a battery dated April 2020, invoice for a wheel alignment and a £213 spend in June 2021 for renewal of a brake pipe, NSR wheel bearing and CV boot plus MOT.
We also find a Haynes manual and 2 old MOTs plus current valid until June 2022 with no advisories recorded. A look back at the car’s MOT history online shows the car to have covered little mileage annually, the mileage rising steadily from 19,535 miles in 2006 to the 39,618 miles recorded at the last MOT. Buyers please note, the car was recorded Cat-C in November 2016.
A tidy car with low indicated mileage oozing retro VDub cool-factor.
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Reg No: H963MOB
Chassis Number: WVWZZZ80ZLY205021
Engine Number: HZ757719
Engine Size: 1043
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 1 stamp; few bills; Haynes manual; 2 old MOTs; current MOT June 2022 with no advisories
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