It's with great reluctance that I'm offering my beautiful ZT-T for sale
I've owned her for about a year and a half now and have loved every minute however a while ago my local LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) supplier went out of business which means I have to drive 15 miles in the wrong direction to fill up, this part of Norfolk is not very well served by LPG stations at all.
The car was originally owned by a chap called Tam (Rotrex on the other forum) who did all the normal jobs that need doing on our cars including a new clutch and hydraulics, engine mounts, brake pipes etc. A good write up of the work written by Tam before he sadly passed away is available on the other side (http://www.the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=94921). Since buying it I've used it every day and it's been incredibly reliable. Other then replacing the tyres and servicing nothing has gone wrong and it passed it's last MOT with flying colours. The paintwork is in excellent condition. When I bought it off Tam it had scuffs on the bumpers so I had both professionally resprayed which means the paintwork really is in good condition. The interior is pretty much the same, even the bolster on the drivers seat is perfect!
Spec wise it's pretty much standard ZT-T+
- 2003 (53 plate)
MOT until November
Cambelts and clutch replaced!
Half leather matrix seats
Climate control with ice cold air con
Electric windows all round
Kenwood KDC-BT42U head unit, with full bluetooth (also works with the steering wheel controls)
Fully certified LPG conversion with doughnut tank in the boot
Boot load cover and net
As with all older cars there are a couple of bad bits:
The backbox on the exhaust has just developed a hole, whilst this gives it a very 'fruity' exhaust note it probably should be fixed!
The LPG system stutters when changing over to gas. This could probably be programmed out however you would need a specialist to look at it. It only stutters for a few seconds and is then perfect, pulling cleanly through the rev range.
The fuel gauge 'kind of' works! According to the OBD (On Board Diagnostics) the passenger side sender has failed which basically means that when it gets to half full on the gauge the tank is actually empty!
Other then that it's in amazing condition. On gas it's very cheap to run and with a full tank of LPG and petrol the range is pretty impressive. I've really enjoyed owning it however given the lack of LPG around here I have to be sensible and go for a diesel.
I'm looking for offers around Â£1400. I'd also be interested in doing a deal for a Diesel ZT-T.
The car is in Reedham, Norfolk (near to Norwich) and can be viewed any time, please PM me if interested.
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