This car is now SOLD £600 Located in Stockton-on-Tees, TS17 Many of you know Crapaud, he has a dedicated thread HERE I've reached the end of what I can and what I want to do with this project so it's time to move it on. I'd like to avoid eBay etc. if I can. Enough people have told me it's an easy fix that I believe for someone, it is, I'm not that someone. The engine has been rebuilt but something is set incorrectly because it won't run. You may need to remove the head or take the engine out of the car to sort this and those are both jobs I will not be doing. The engine does turn freely, has good compression and oil pressure. The rebuilt carburettor is not blocked and there's a good healthy spark from the ignition system. I'm owner number 3 The car has done 132,000 miles It is the 1181/688 engine There are many new things included: front brake discs (fitted) front brake pads (currently not fitted, calipers are a bit sticky) 5 brand new Kumho tyres, 4 fitted, 1 not fitted as the spare rim is badly corroded radiator three part clutch (fitted) full exhaust (backbox not fitted but supplied) fuel sender (not fitted, tank needs cleaning out first) custom headlining all four door seals tailgate seal inner and outer driveshaft boots (not fitted) rotor arm x2 distributor cap x2 plug leads spark plugs contact breaker points coil piston rings all engine gaskets and seals Will also come with a pair of NOS Renault front wings, still with factory stickers, and a pair of second hand doors that have good glass and a few good spare parts attached. I've sourced the rare items such as headlights and dash switches so you don't have to. The gutters had rotted out so were welded up and stick-on ones applied. The tailgate window allows water in where the seal has lifted, I now keep a cover on the car so it stays dry. I have the current V5, you may be unable to declare SORN online because the car has been off the road since 1993. I wrote to them and they sent a letter confirming SORN not required until the car was in use, I advise a new owner does the same. Switch missing in above picture has been sourced Buyer must collect as the car does not run. Please check the legalities of A-framing, etc. if you plan to do this as that would be your responsibility, not mine. You cannot drive this to an MoT. You cannot drive this at all currently. The thread linked above should give you all the information you need, including my trials and tribulations learning how to rebuild an engine for the very first time and getting to grips with the peculiar layout of the Renault. Those interested please reply here or message me directly the site's messaging system. I am not on Facebook and I prefer not to use the phone. Viewing welcome by arrangement, please be aware it would have to be from 2pm onwards due to my working hours and the car is outdoors as our garage is currently occupied so you would be at the mercy of the weather and what daylight is available in a day. Finally, my thanks to those of you that helped me get as far as I have with what has been, for me, a very difficult project. Plenty of people seem to believe the fix is an easy one so here is an opportunity for one of those people to prove that to themselves. I will be delighted if the new owner really does have to just spend a few minutes fiddling to have a running car and I would love to know how the new owner gets on with Crapaud. For me, it is time to say goodbye and focus on my other projects.