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looking good

def like the originality on the interior pieces.
so sick of plaid its not even funny.
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I'm glad that I looked at this thread. It gives me hope for my GTI, just like yours I have shifter issues, hacked up MAF wiring, shifter issues, HORRIBLE CRAP WORK DONE BY THE PO! lol, over all mine is in the same condition that yours started as. Great work, and thanks for the hope that I might be able to make mine a respectable car once more.
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mine started the same way.
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I'm glad that I looked at this thread. It gives me hope for my GTI, just like yours I have shifter issues, hacked up MAF wiring, shifter issues, HORRIBLE CRAP WORK DONE BY THE PO! lol, over all mine is in the same condition that yours started as. Great work, and thanks for the hope that I might be able to make mine a respectable car once more.
I hate every minute of it, but it feels pretty good when you get it all taken car of and you can enjoy it.


longer term plans will be VR clutch, TB/WP, Tune
Timing Belt and Waterpumper sooner than later
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sold the Sawblades and finally got myself some LongBeaches...

Def my favorite OE wheel and I've wanted them since I got this

probably gonna keep these for awhile
I currently have a 15mm spacer in the rear

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Much better

Now just get some lower bumper grilles and clean up those headlights
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Much better

Now just get some lower bumper grilles and clean up those headlights
bumper grilles will probably come after winter..I see you can get a set on Ebay for like $27, I wonder how bad fitment is..

I just missed out on a set of glass headlight lenses on Vortex for 60 bucks
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Ok i cant help but comment, but thats "cosmic green." "Rave green" is the lighter green color. I had the same car and it was labeled cosmic green.
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buy the 3m headlight lens restore kit, works wonders on plastic headlights. 20 bucks, and you hav enough 3m liquid left over to do it again.
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Ok i cant help but comment, but thats "cosmic green." "Rave green" is the lighter green color. I had the same car and it was labeled cosmic green.
yep. I've since learned that. I think 99.5-00 or something was Cosmic then after 01 or 02 was Rave
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buy the 3m headlight lens restore kit, works wonders on plastic headlights. 20 bucks, and you hav enough 3m liquid left over to do it again.
I've use it already, the lenses are shot from the inside out.. I'd rather just get the glass covers and be done with it
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yeah then glass lenses are definitely the way to go.
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like the new wheels.
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well it's time for something new
it left with it's new owner last night
abit sad to see it go...
better things to come this spring!
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nice car man. miss my lb's. keep us updated on what you get next
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