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SOLD-Westfield SEW Wide Body, 2.0l Pinto (2001), only 8,900 miles. MOT to June 2021 (no advisories).


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DavidMudley

£6,950 ovno


MOT (No advisories), oil, filter & brake fluid change all completed on 21st June 2020.

 

I purchased this car in 2015 and it has only ever been used occasionally (~1,000 miles, it is vehicle number 4 of mine) in good weather conditions and never seen a track. I bought this as a weekend toy, but two small children and other hobbies (motorbikes & cycling) has meant that it doesn’t get used much more than to keeping it running. With that said, every time I have used it I have thoroughly enjoyed it. It will be a shame to see it go, but the lack of use just doesn’t justify keeping it.


The car is in good condition and has always run well for me, pulling cleanly in all gears with good brakes, tyres & tread depth and comes with two sets of keys. The battery is on a trickle charger and the car Is garaged.

The car has benefited from the oil, filter and brake fluid all being changed on 20th June 2020, along with a new MOT running to June 2021 (no advisories). Wheels, tyres and suspension are all in good condition.

There are a couple of areas I would tidy up if I was keeping the car (nothing that stops the car from being enjoyed now):
• Fit new service kit for the Weber carbs (I have the kit ready to fit)
• There is some very slight discolouration in very small areas of the paint due to a tyre sealant
can that leaked (behind the passenger seat)
• Replace the front left suspension gaiter


The car was built in 2001 with the following spec;
• Fully reconditioned 2.0 ltr Ford Pinto with Twin 40 Weber Carbs and a Piper cam.
• Fully reconditioned type 9, 5 speed gearbox with new clutch
• Reconditioned live back axle with all new nylon bushed just fitted on the links
• V8 bonnet option which looks amazing, and also offers the ducted noise options which provides
better radiator cooling.
• Rear boot compartment with cover
• Black pack – including headlights, roll bar, screen mounts etc. all factory powder coated black
• New discs and pads
• New full set of carpet and trim, all genuine with fully adjustable Corbeau leather bucket seats
(standard seat belts)
• Leather cover for the book and full Tonneau cover that fully covers the boot and driving
compartment (it also sits down the centre so it can be driven like this when not carrying a
passenger). It does not have the full wet weather kit (i.e. roof).
• Westfield side wind deflectors – these make a massive difference to the driving experience
• VDO gauges fitted
• Laser line immobiliser

 

I had a removable steering wheel fitted (due to my 6ft 2in size), making it easier to get in and out, but the original Westfield one is also available with the car.

 

There is a large file of history with all the manuals, brochures, parts catalogues etc. and all the receipts for the part when built, along with the bills through the years of maintenance.
All MOTs are available to validate the low mileage and it is fully HPI clear and not an insurance write off.

This really is a beautiful and high specification Westfield and competitively priced, taking into consideration the few items that could be worked on in the coming years.

 

You can find several photos here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nhsfq383d7x1jcn/AABEgEPVgOnYt6L0jkuNjZwga?dl=0

 

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