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    Default X-power grey ZT-T 260 for sale

    Very reluctantly putting #470 for sale: ZT-T 260, X-power grey, approx. 62260miles - 14,000 - 3 previous owners before me

    Contact: 07880seven77nine15 or PM


    I have owned the car since 2014 and it has been my pride and joy.
    Sadly the car is just not getting enough use any more, with a mere 1000 miles covered in the last 12 months, so I can't justify having it sitting on the drive any longer. I was planning to have a garage built for it and keep it indefinitely, but other issues with our new house have now put the garage build back for a few years.

    The car was used mainly to attend shows and to take my family to France once or twice a year. Out of the 9000 miles covered in my ownership approximately 6000miles have been motorway miles from our French trips. I have another car to commute to work, so it was solely used for recreational purpose.

    However, with our toddler, we have now found it easier to fly to France instead of driving, and for any occasional long journey we now tend to use the wife?s Range Rover.

    The car was last serviced in March 2016, 60200miles (engine oil and filter). I have purchased the oil and filter for the next service but never got around to change the oil this year due to lack of use. The oil and filter can be supplied with the car or I can do the oil change as part of the sale if preferred.

    All gearbox and diff oil, filters and sparkplugs were replaced as part of the major service in February 2015 at 53800miles.
    The car is MOT'd until 05/01/2019. There is no advisory on the MOT.

    The tyres were replaced for Bridgestone Potenza Re050 at 54200miles. Those came recommended by the people who tuned the chassis on those and where found to be very good indeed. Being a fairly light footed driver, they are plenty of thread left on those.

    All the usual mods/improvements have been carried out:
    # Improved handbrake compensator
    # Black olive heater valve
    # X-power exhaust (proper ZT-T ones)
    # Rear discs professionally re-cut and pads replaced
    # Plenum drain regularly cleared
    # Hex head sump plug
    # MG7 front badge
    # Stainless steel grill meshing

    The car is a rare non SE model, meaning no intrusive traction control (primitive system that can kick-in at the wrong time). However, the car has had some of the SE features retro-fitted, namely:
    # Sat-Nav,
    # Cd changer,
    # front electric seat,
    # Xenon lights.

    It has also got the reverse parking sensors pre-wired and I have the reverse sensors (in XPG) ready to fit but I never dared to drill the bumper.

    The car will come with some parts inc. front brake pads, front and rear sub frames and original quad-pipe mufflers. I must add that the subframes fitted on the car are really good and wouldn't need replacing any time soon. I just took this opportunity to get some spare parts when I had the chance.

    The price is firm at this point as I'm very reluctant to sell if I,m honest. I priced the car on the basis that it is a well locked after estate variant, relatively low miles, and comes with some expensive (and hard to find) subframes and x-power mufflers. You can probably find supercharged ZT-T for the same price but they could have more miles or don,t come with the spare parts.

    Thanks for looking, Nick.















    Last edited by nick0303; 06-01-2018 at 01:12 PM. Reason: Update following new MOT.

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    Such a pity Nick but hopefully will go to a good home. You definitely show the car well.
    Tim Hayton

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    Thanks Tim. Apologies for the lack of reply but we've had some issues with the wife's car which led me to reconsider selling the car for a while.
    The wife's car is now mended and back up for family wagon duty so the ZT-T is firmly back for sale.

    Nick.
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    Some pictures taken last weekend after a simple wash and dry.

    DSC_4057 by nick0303, on Flickr

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    Last edited by nick0303; 17-07-2017 at 03:27 PM.
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    A bit of an update on this. The car has been MOT'd today and therefore has a full ticket running until 05/01/19.

    The car will be used sporadically so mileage is likely to go up slowly (62260miles at the time of writing this).

    The original post has been updated to reflect the above.

    Nick.
    ZT-T X-Power grey #470

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    Great photo's! What Camera did you use to take these?

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    An old Nikkon D300 and a 35mm Nikkon lens for the outdoor images, I think the indoor ones would have been taken with a 18-55mm lens Nikkon lens.
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