1999 Peugeot 306 Maxi / Dimma

  • 2000cc
  • Black
  • 90 miles

Location: yarm

  • No tax
  • No MOT
  • Full service history
  • Cambelt changed: Aug 2016

Modifications: None

Contact: 07977403562

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Author Subject: 1999 Peugeot 306 Maxi / Dimma


Location: Yarm

Registered: 31 Dec 2014

Posts: 10

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Post #1
Im going to put up for sale my 306 maxi.

Not in any rush, i dont need the money and its not taking up space, ive just got other things to do with being too busy to actually enjoy the car. Im at a stage where the car is going to paint at one of my friends and i had a thought that as much as i want to paint it white before sale, that may not be to others taste and as the car will be sold maybe a new owner would want to take the car to paint in their preferred colour? Obviously im willing to sell at this stage at a reduced rate. Ive owned the car for just over one year in that time converting a great base car into a fast road/track maxi kitted car. in just just over a year ive been modifying it from standard into a maxi so that i could have a road going (full interior still in place but with sparco front buckets ) toy for a bit of track/fast road fun. When i looked for the base car to use it took me many many months of looking and viewing cars before i settled on an extremely well looked after, low mileage option which had had a great history (full folder with thousands in receipts) and just the right amount of suspension and engine work already done to it.

Car is currently sat on 18" revolution millennium alloys with brand new Yokahoma rubber all round.

As you can see from the write up below i bought an absolutely great base car to work with and if nobody wants it now before completion, i will complete the paint and then put it up for sale but obviously the completed car will have more value.

It is genuine low millage, enter vehicle reg, & make to see millage history ect… It has been well looked after. I have old mot certificates going back until 2008 @ 40666 miles. Some old receipts of services before my ownership. Work carried out by pug1off in order of millage and receipts (71544 miles) XU10J4RS Stage 2 195bhp package cat cams 4903106, ecu remap to suit Revs to 7800, new cambelt & water pump £1316.10 plus the cost of the cams £480.00. stainless 4-2-1 maniflow exhaust bought from spoox costing around £700.00 pug1off fitted it at a cost of £475.00. (Some info about this package from Matt jobbling’s website) independently dyno tested at 195 bhp and 155 lb.ft torque. Offering large amounts of additional power allied to strong mid-range torque and excellent drive-ability, the pug1off stage two tuning package represents a cheaper alternative to throttle body conversions and is lighter on insurance premiums too. It has got more mid range power than the standard Gti at 4500 rpm and this set-up’s power curve doesn’t really kick in until 5000 to 7800 rpm. (81305 miles) head gasket failed Pug1off refaced the head, rebuilt the head including valve lapping, brand new hydraulic tappets as old ones had a ticking sound so they were replaced. It also had a lightweight alloy bottom pulley whilst it was having the work done. Along with a new alternator belt. They also Fitted a new bottom hose and used evens water-less coolant. Total cost £1198.69 (benefits of using water-less coolant are, it does not boil at 100 degrees, their for it doesn’t put pressure on coolant pipes or fixings. It doesn’t cause anything to rust overtime where as anti-freeze breaks down over the years, eating away at things like coolant pump impellers, core plugs ect. It also will last the life of a vehicle) (83089 miles) pug1off reconditioned the rear beam and stuck a new clutch cable on it £442.14. Replaced with new rear handbrake cables, rear subframe mounts ( which i supplied i have a parts receipt of £162 for some of theses bits all genuine peugeot parts) Replaced the rear brake disc back plates and rear hub assemblies i cant find the receipt for these parts but you can see if you stick your head under the car! (86461 miles) pug1off fitted a 16 row oil cooler, thermostatic sandwich plate, and pipe work. Oil and filter change, Replaced top engine mount, replaced the front flexi brake pipes (which i supplied) replaced front to rear left brake line, bleed the system and a few other bits totaling £662.53 Also replaced on the car but not in order of when during my ownership! The car has got a new 2.5″ jetex exhaust which is the quietest system for the 306 (has a large middle box). the car doesn’t have a cat on it as its free flowing. £319.73 its not a boomy intrusive set up at motorway speeds.Within the last 500 miles its had new front wishbones, lower bottom ball joints new with vibra technics p-bushes and new drop links. £390.00 and had the tracking done.EBC grooved and dimpled front and rear brake discs with green stuff pads. (They have only covered about 1000 or so miles)Reconditioned front brake calipers, and sliding pins.pug1off short shift for be3 box and linkage rods.idle control valve £34.55OMP upper strut brace £98.46. Spax coil overs. Air-con removal kit around £100. (Same as the Rallye)Lower operating thermostat (82 degrees)Adjustable temperature controlled cooling fan switch.Two new 12″ cooling fans.Four genuine Peugeot new coil packs £170Pipercross air filter with a custom heat shield £120Injectors have been cleaned and serviced, to as-close to, new specifications as possible. Work carried out by injector tune 56.00.Uprated BM lower engine mount. Engine and gearbox mounts are standard ones as i didn’t like the vibration coming through the car with hard compound mounts. (created from the camshafts at idle) Also had a reconditioned gear box from Miles Horne @ pug racing i know this was at least £350.00The clutch had been replaced by the previous owner at around 60,000 miles, which was ever-dent upon replacing the gear box. Gas flown polished inlet manifold and throttle body.A Bosch lambda sensor £67.34Spooxs motorsport brake vacuum pipes. New Spark plugs around 2000 miles ago.Has an engine Oil and filter changes every 3000 miles.HID head lights and front fog lights.Peugeot rear parcel shelf blind.Peugeot boot tray.Spare is also a alloy.lockable Storm force car cover will come with the car £110 new. car comes with 3 x keys A4 folder full of receipts and the 306 handbooks.

Anyone interested in the car please PM me and ill send images of the car as it stands and fill in any details ive missed.

Brooksy@gti6 has attached the following image:

Posted 15th Aug 2018 at 23:03

Seasoned Pro

Location: somewhere in north wales

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Post #2
Nice 👍🏻



Posted 16th Aug 2018 at 08:17

Seasoned Pro

Location: Leicestershire

Registered: 15 Jan 2013

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Post #3
Is it on spacers or widetrack suspension? Have the arches been tubbed?


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Posted 16th Aug 2018 at 22:49


Location: High Wycombe

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Posted 17th Aug 2018 at 20:06

Seasoned Pro

Location: leicester

Registered: 10 Jan 2005

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Post #5
Looks great, what’s the price and is the suspension wide tracked or on spacers?

Was this a black Rallye?

Thanks, Carl (07799 405184)


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Posted 24th Aug 2018 at 21:09

Formerly gpm

Location: Lutterworth

Registered: 01 Sep 2007

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Post #6
eBay linky here!!

£5750 or best offer, which I think has been reduced because I'm sure it was £5995


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Posted 24th Aug 2018 at 21:49

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