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2007, 2004, 1995 VOLVO V70 2.5T & 850 Wagons - $9500 (prineville)

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2007 VOLVO WAGONS

condition: like new
cylinders: 5 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 91000
paint color: green
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: wagon

THIS WILL BE THE FIRST LISTING FOR MY 3 VOLVO WAGONS I CURRENTLY HAVE FOR SALE. I AM SELLING ONLY WHICHEVER GOES FIRST, AND KEEPING THE OTHER TWO. THE PRICE I PUT ON THIS LISTING IS FOR THE 2007. READ ON FOR INFO ON EACH ONE.

FIRST ONE IS CALLED 'THE CREAMPUFF'. $9,500. I picked her up in Laguna Niguel, CA back in November 2017. She just had her 75k service, from original owner, always garaged, always washed by hand with deionized water and hand waxed. She is showroom condition with the Volvo Rear Seat DVD Entertainment option (value of $2800) and a pair of bluetooth headphones. Rare willow green metallic paint, cream leather dual power seats, brakes are fresh at 8+mm and front rotors new. Timing belt kit done at 75k (Volvo maintenance calls for 120k or 10-yrs) this includes water pump at the Volvo dealership value $1200, had a new OEM radiator installed also due to very small leak $900, and new BF Goodrich All Season tires all the way around value $750. Also, has the polished chrome package and premium wheels, all the way to the tailpipe. If you are unfamiliar with the different type of Volvo wagons, you are talking to a near expert here. The 2.5T is the best transmission and engine configuration in the V70 class. This is like getting a brand new car for 1/5 of the price. Also, the fwd gets much better mileage than the XC or the SUV's, and it is my experience that it handles even better in the snow. She currently has 91,000 miles on odometer and just had 90k service done.

I am a Volvo for life person, who hunts high and low from Washington to California for single owner, dealer maintained, well loved Volvos. A Volvo did save my life back in 1995, but that's another story for another time. They are by far the best cars ever made, and when properly maintained will go forever. I follow all the forums Swede Speed, and others, my mechanic here in Oregon is a retired Master Volvo Technician who only works for a few clients, but has known Volvos since his grandmother bought the first one in the family back in 1958 in Alaska. At the time, it was the only car manufactured that had window defrosters!! He knows his stuff is my point!! This is a car that needs absolutely nothing except the next loving family.

The next wagon I have is my "GRAY BABY" which is a 2004 Volvo 2.5T with 150k miles. I bought 5 years ago this November. She has the roof rack, climate package, and rear spoiler, dark gray leather interior gray titanium metallic paint. It does have some "dog" wear as this is my pet friendly vehicle. So it has some toenail imprints (not holes!) in the center console, and a broken louver on the dash from a large paw. Mechanically A+ condition, has a rebuilt title but prior owner hit a deer and practically everything under the hood was new at about 70k miles. Also has custom tint windows and the cool xenon headlights. I did a major tuneup at around 135k miles by my mechanic in Bend (he's the best). I have all receipts from previous owner (Jim Fisher Volvo Portland), and my own mechanic's receipts. Only faults are: sometimes turning ignition is a little glitchy and I had it taken apart and lubed up, but if/when it needs to be replaced it will cost $600 at the dealer (they have to do it because of computer key) so I am deducting that off the price. Also the wiper mechanism/transmission makes a rubbing sound but it has been like that for the last 4 years ever since the battery went dead. My mechanic has offered to take it completely apart and diagnose and would only charge if he can get it fixed. It hasn't bothered me, so I haven't taken the time to leave it with him since we are in Prineville. There are some blisters in the paint on the very top which aren't obvious unless you are looking for them. Two sets of tires studs & all season mounted on VOLVO wheels. I will be looking for $3800 for my beloved Gray Baby.

Next up, I just acquired a 95 Volvo 850 wagon from the original owner. I call her "SNOWFLAKE". She has just over 135k, running in kilometers I think it was purchased in Canada, and looks like a newer vehicle, aside from slight parking lot damage to hood/passenger quarter panel. Always dealer maintained, just had timing belt, water pump, front and rear brakes and rotors, and full maintenance in last couple months. Only problem is at times it will clunk in reverse, otherwise transmission smooth; however, my mechanic said that it may need replacement down the road, but we are going to try a flush first. Personally, this is my favorite year and model, and these cars are in a class of their own called the half million mile club!! This is a turbo model with a bike rack (can't find key so that will need replacement), two sets of tires studs & all season on Volvo wheels, and I am looking for $3000.

Just a quick note about my wagons, I use premium gas and use non ethanol premium about every 3rd tank. My mechanic says it is not necessary, but if the book says my babies prefer 91+ they get it!! Note, owners manual also says that 87 is fine.

MORE PHOTOS THIS WEEK, I AM POSTING WHAT I CURRENTLY HAVE ON MY COMPUTER.
Just posted a few extra pics vehicles need to be cleaned had a few requests for instant pics


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