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Registered: 08-2009
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My Bargin Mk3 5 Door Gti - £275


Its a 1995 8v 2.0 Gti

Picked it up for the grand sum of £275 :-) with mot untill december, Its 2 owners and has full VW service history,

Its just started to run a bit rough though and has a flat spot at 4000 rpm - Im told cleaning the throtle body with carb cleaner will sort this? (someone else did say its because the cam belt is due??)

Ive done a few little bits - Coilovers, Clear side repeaters, VR6 front spliter and set of 17" alloys (offset is ET35 not sure if thats why the front rub when I go over a bump??)

Anyway a few pics - (not sure how to make them bigger?)

How I got it

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And how it is now, Got to lower the back to match the front or rase the front to match the rear (might stop it rubbing??)

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So what do we all think? Any idea's what I should do next? or should I just leave it now?
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Re: My Bargin Mk3 5 Door Gti - £275


Hi there,

First of, welcome to the club!

I've never been a huge fan of Mk3s but i like what you have done to yours!

I hope to see it in the metal at a club night or show soon as those pics are a bit too small to do the work you've done justice. emoticon

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If it was meant to go fast, it would not have been built brick shaped!
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