£1,200

2000 Peugeot 306 GTi 6

  • 2000cc
  • Grey
  • 120,000 miles

Location: Croydon, London

  • No tax
  • No MOT
  • Full service history
  • Cambelt changed: Jan 2010

Modifications: None

Contact: 07506688892

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Author Subject: 2000 Peugeot 306 GTi 6
edwardjr

Junior User

Location: Croydon

Registered: 19 May 2010

Posts: 76

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Post #1
Model:GTi-6
# Age/Reg:V plate 1999
# Colour: Astor Grey
# Mileage:120k
# Service history: Erm, Serviced by me. Other than that there's a folder full of receipts
# Cambelt: Done @ 100k by Richard Walker
# MOT until:March 2014
# Tax until:June 2013
# Number of previous owners: 6
# Air con working? Nope
# Modifications:
RichW front roller bearing bushes.
Miles Solid rear beam mounts.
Ash'a hybrid anti roll bar in the rear.
Front strut brace painted black.
Lowered on Eibachs springs on the front. -30mm Shocks are still standard.
Rear lowered to suit. Stainless Braided flexi-brake lines all round.
K&N induction kit fitted by myself, sounds awesome.
Nissens Rad.
Falken ze912's all round with around 4,000 miles wear.

Alpine wireless with built in Parrot hands free. Phone connect via bluetooth. Mic is fitted to the right of driver head. Also speakers are ungraded but I can't remember the make of them.

It's not perfect IMO but It's pretty good for an 12 year old car. There are the usual few dents from inconsiderate people on the sides.

Wheels aren't perfect but they're not too shabby BUT most importantly they're straight.

It had a genuine pug full exhaust late last year.

New (secondhand) nearside driveshaft replaced by Mechrepairs due to a problem with the ABS sensor ring.

New rear discs and pads last year (I only did 6k miles last year in total between MOT's)

Newly done black mask headlights installed.

Comes with an extra mint rear spoiler and another set of black mask headlights (left over from a friends 6)

All in all this is a good motor, the paintwork is really good considering the age of the car, I've always polished and waxed it (dodo juice) At the moment it isn't being used but it is still insured. I have a book full of service history and receipts.

Realistically I'm looking for £1200 ono.

















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Astor Grey GTi6
Posted 3rd Apr 2013 at 23:00
matt16v

Regular

Location: SE

Registered: 24 Jul 2011

Posts: 217

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Post #2
Do you take credit card haha? Stunning Astor. Glwts!

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1999 Astor Grey GTi-6 OEM+
Posted 4th Apr 2013 at 00:13
Lowercase

Regular

Location: Uckfield

Registered: 24 Apr 2012

Posts: 227

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Post #3
man i want this lol. swap for my rallye lol?

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1992 205 Rallye - S2 Rallye Engine
Posted 4th Apr 2013 at 12:39
edwardjr

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Location: Croydon

Registered: 19 May 2010

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Post #4
Thanks for the interest but I'm not interested in a swap LOL:

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Astor Grey GTi6
Posted 4th Apr 2013 at 13:09
arigti6

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Location: Wiltshire

Registered: 24 Jan 2010

Posts: 2,365

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Post #5
Someone that has used the FS template Shock

LOL

Looks lovely and great price IMO. GLWTS! Thumbs up

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I Live for the 306 Ninja

TEAM CHERRY PINK RALLYE
2008 BMW ///M 320d
Posted 4th Apr 2013 at 18:55
pebbles167

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Location: Melksham. Wiltshire.

Registered: 08 Dec 2009

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Post #6
Ari! BUY A GTI-6. I've never known someone to love a certain car so much, but not buy one LOL

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2005 Peugeot 206 GTI 180

2008 BMW K1200R
Posted 4th Apr 2013 at 20:24
arigti6

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Location: Wiltshire

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Post #7
LOL the temptation is there Chris but I want a diesel now tbh I cringe everytime I fill my Focus up and that does more miles to a smaller tank... Would be nice but wanting a house and a money pit doesn't really mix No

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I Live for the 306 Ninja

TEAM CHERRY PINK RALLYE
2008 BMW ///M 320d
Posted 5th Apr 2013 at 14:01
pebbles167

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Location: Melksham. Wiltshire.

Registered: 08 Dec 2009

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Post #8
Ah i get you, have you considered getting a cheap CHEAP 6 that fubar'd and slowly fixing it over a period of time. Shouldnt cost you much in the long run, and you could just drive it when you had the money. ie: track session every now and again, Weekly sunday blast etc. That way you could justify it and could still have your devil/deisel car.

Id be happy to help with the work where i could Thumbs up.

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2005 Peugeot 206 GTI 180

2008 BMW K1200R
Posted 5th Apr 2013 at 21:13
jimmyrallye

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Location: portsmouth

Registered: 19 Apr 2008

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Post #9
This is nice hmmm would love a toy again

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"Police arrested two kids yesterday, one was drinking battery acid, the other was eating fireworks. They charged one and let the other one off."
Posted 6th Apr 2013 at 11:18
daver6

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Location: Durham

Registered: 08 Aug 2010

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Post #10
pebbles167 wrote:
Ah i get you, have you considered getting a cheap CHEAP 6 that fubar'd and slowly fixing it over a period of time. Shouldnt cost you much in the long run, and you could just drive it when you had the money. ie: track session every now and again, Weekly sunday blast etc. That way you could justify it and could still have your devil/deisel car.

Id be happy to help with the work where i could Thumbs up.


haha I bought a half decent rallye and I've still spent more than the sale price repairing and refreshing it.


I'd love another Astor though

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Red Rallye - Rolling "restoration"

Wishbone Polybushes available
Posted 6th Apr 2013 at 12:01
arigti6

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Location: Wiltshire

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Post #11
pebbles167 wrote:
Ah i get you, have you considered getting a cheap CHEAP 6 that fubar'd and slowly fixing it over a period of time. Shouldnt cost you much in the long run, and you could just drive it when you had the money. ie: track session every now and again, Weekly sunday blast etc. That way you could justify it and could still have your devil/deisel car.

Id be happy to help with the work where i could Thumbs up.


That has crossed my mind a few times but A) I have No confidence working on cars other than the very basics, changing bulbs/filters etc Cool Where to keep it? I could keep it up the Farm for £20 a month but it would turn into Sh** over there out in the open Sad I have thought about getting a decent example and storing it at one of these 'Self Storage' places with container accomadation for "Classic" cars but it will more than likely be more than I would realistically want to pay.

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I Live for the 306 Ninja

TEAM CHERRY PINK RALLYE
2008 BMW ///M 320d
Posted 9th Apr 2013 at 11:32
edwardjr

Junior User

Location: Croydon

Registered: 19 May 2010

Posts: 76

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Post #12
Sold!

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Astor Grey GTi6
Posted 12th Apr 2013 at 10:07

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