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I'm looking to sell my Mitsubishi Evo6 GSR. It is a grey import, originally owned in Japan before being imported by Warrender of Bolton. They sold it to a couple in Darlington, who very soon sold it back to Warrender, however, both husband and wife of this couple appear on the v5 doc. I bought the car from Warrender in (approx) August 2000 with 6000 miles on the clock, it has now convered 17100 miles. I have a letter from the DVLA stating that an MOT is required at the end of this year.

White, Evo6 GSR.
5 Spoke Enkei WTE Racing WRC Tarmac Evo wheels
New Yokohama Sport tyres fitted to wheels summer 2001.
HKS Green Mushroom Induction kit.
HKS Exhaust of some description.
Decat pipe fitted.
Ralliart front strut brace.
Ralliart brake cylinder support kit.
Ralliart boost gauge.
Ralliart front fogs.
Ralliart battery relocation kit.
Ralliart intercooler and coolant hose and aluminium piping.
Forge recirculating dump valve, in correct position.
Quick shift of unknown manufacture fitted to gear stick.
LSD of unknown manufacture in rear axle, negating use of AYC.
RSR Progressive springs, also lower car.
Foot mats.
Mud flaps with proper fitting kit and Ralliart decals.
Cobra Thatcham 1 alarm/immobiliser.
Thatcham 3 gear stick lock - locks car out of gear.
NavTrak tracking system.
The car has been undersealed.

Whilst the car has been in my ownership, all servicing and ancillary work (tracking) has been performed by BTR Preparations (

Price: £19,000. The car is located in the North West.

Pics at

Dogs Bits!

This car sounds like the DOGS danglies. Eats most cars except £100,000 supercars for breakfast!

This car is serious piece of machinery; I've had the privilege of having a ride in it. I also know that the owner has looked after it very well. It could be a very sensible alternative to a ZS180, an EVO 320. : D
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