1990 Mk2 Golf GTi 8v to 20vT Project
They are standard wheels, they have just had the centres colour coded to the car, they will be changed and kept for winters but what with I dont know yet, too much choiceReally like the older golfs.
Plans sound good; I like the wheels that are on tbh don't think there's a need to change them.
They are before pictures mate, all of them are as soon as i got it home - Went to Cambridge to get it :laugh: alm:Are they the before and the after pics aswell? Seriously I'd do nothing more to that, it looks brilliant how it is!
Big bumper Golf. Love it already.
Cheers guys, I love it cant wait to get it finishedi like it =]
Oh right haha, cheers mate! It is a nice car but I think and can still do a bit more with it :thumbs_up: Debadged grill has been ordered!Sorry, forgot you can't tell emotions on a forum. I meant if thats the before pics then I don't know how you can better that in the after pictures because it looks brilliant exactly how it is.
Theres no body rust at all! Theres a few stone chips on the bonnet and a small bubble around the wiper blank but thats literally it! There are a few dents and scratches, but in time they will all be sorted at the body shopthat looks awesome :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: what's the bodywork like ? any rust or corrosion ?
good man ! sounds like youv found a good example :thumbs_up: what mileage ?Theres no body rust at all! Theres a few stone chips on the bonnet and a small bubble around the wiper blank but thats literally it! There are a few dents and scratches, but in time they will all be sorted at the body shop
Yeah it is good millage, and it did the 150 miles home without a single problem!that is pretty good for the age and type of car, like you say most golfs you see are 150 000 plus
:thumbs_up: 5 door golfs dont look too bad, but 3 doors are so much nicer3dr = win.
The Germans really know how to build a car! nice golf!
Yeah they do :laugh: theres a couple of things that need fixing, like the boot lock doesn't work but for a 21 year old car it really is in good nick, and the bits that arent add to the project :thumbs_up:Completely agree, unfortunately.