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buying a mk1 gti...

Discussion in 'Volkswagen and other VAG' started by z1mma, Feb 5, 2013.

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    Mainly for cheaper insurence lol

    Somewhere in the future ill be putting a s3 engine.. just wondring anyone has any experience with these cars and know of a simmler website as this but for golfs??

    Thanks
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    Nice easy car to maintain, easy to mod, lots of bits available all in all, a lot of conversion mount etc about.

    Had mine for 2-3 years, still mainly in bits, but lots of fun when it’s going!

    Try Edition38 or Dubforce - more for reference than specifically for the Mk1, but a reasonable amount on there with 'em
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    Google vzi it's mainly air cooled stuff but as times gone on there are a lot more mk1s as there starting to be considered classics. I've owned a mk1 gti for a few years. My advice is dont buy a modded one with coil overs and stickers. It just means its been shagged for the past 30 years try and find one that's been in tampered
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