This time we are auctioning off a real barn find:
This Citroen Visa has been deregistered in December 2000.
We brought it to us with the tow truck and gently revived him: After the old fuel has been replaced and the battery has been renewed, it starts and runs properly. This after almost 20 (!)years of standstill!
Of course there is still some work to be done:
Unfortunately, the vehicle also has rust and something should be done here. Furthermore the brakes have to be done and probably also the paintwork.
The history of the vehicle is interesting:
From the beginning this Citroen was always registered in Bavaria, Germany:
The vehicle was registered to its first owner (born 1956) on 15 September 1982. In 1984, the registration to the second owner (born in 1926) took place, who owned the Visa until March 1997. In April 1997, the vehicle was registered to the third owner (born in 1964), who only had the vehicle until December 1997. In December 1997, the vehicle was registered to the fourth (and to date last) owner (born in 1946), and was finally deregisteredon 5.12.2000.
The German MOT is expired.
German vehicle registration document and deregistration certificate are available.
By the way:
As additional candy for the buyer the boot is well filled with Citroen spare parts (see photos).
The vehicle is auctioned on behalf of the customer.
It can be viewed and picked up in 86438 Kissing near Augsburg (Germany).
Please note: For safety reasons, please pick up the vehicle only with a trailer or car transporter! Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9-18h, by prior appointment. On request we can also deliver – for an additional charge.
In order to avoid later disappointment, it is recommended that you view the vehicle before placing a bid. Please contact Catawiki to arrange an appointment.
in Oldtimers / Schuurvondsten