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Breaking Indigo 106 1.5D

Post by curl666 on Wed 13 Apr 2011, 03:42











Few issues with my 106 diesel so decided to break the vehicle instead of fixing it.

Fuel pump is gone, but engine was a good runner. Or will split parts off engine should anyone need anything.

Rear beam, good condition drum beam, no play. 50

106 GTi alloy wheels, good condition, all well above legal tread. 60

All parts available, please reply if seriously interested and I will get back asap.

James
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Re: Breaking Indigo 106 1.5D

Post by mark.evs on Wed 13 Apr 2011, 18:55

Shame to break it mate, looks like a tidy car, Why dont u stick a second hand pump on and then sell it on? probily wont cost much to do and the sell the car for like 500+ rather than end up with 200 from parts and half a 106 on the drive.
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Re: Breaking Indigo 106 1.5D

Post by curl666 on Thu 14 Apr 2011, 04:03

It had been my original plan.

But there is a few bits i want off it and its needs the following replacing:

gearbox
fuel pump
wheel bearing
no locks work
rust in boot and under bonnet
handbrake doesnt work

Will make more breaking it, than investing time and money.

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Town/County : Rhondda Valleys
Age : 29
Model owned : 1.3 106 Rallye & 16v 106 XSi project
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Re: Breaking Indigo 106 1.5D

Post by mark.evs on Thu 14 Apr 2011, 19:23

When u look at it like that it makes sense to strip it and use the bits u need, saves selling it and then buying more.
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Re: Breaking Indigo 106 1.5D

Post by Simon on Fri 15 Apr 2011, 01:19

rat it Smile

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Re: Breaking Indigo 106 1.5D

Post by curl666 on Fri 15 Apr 2011, 04:13

It would need a turbo for it to take my interest, f**k me the 1.5's are slow!
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Town/County : Rhondda Valleys
Age : 29
Model owned : 1.3 106 Rallye & 16v 106 XSi project
Dream Car : one of the above finished :P
Points : 15265
Date Joined : 2008-07-16

http://www.106rallye.co.uk

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