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hey. i wrecked my baby (the jetta vr6) today and immediately purchased a MkII golf 4 door to hold me over until i can get something better.

i used adobe photoshop to show an artists rendition of what the car looks like (until i get some pics on here). i had to adjust for the color, the four doors, and the "z racing" 5 star hubcaps.
 

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LOL. can't wait to see it! as long as it gets your from point a to point b, that's all that counts right now.
jon
 

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congrats man. yeah hope it doesnt look like that though. well, the color and the wheels and such.
 

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wow that looks so real, you must be some kind of graphic artist or something. j/k im glad to see you got your new dub. have fun
 

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i had that MkII for about 2 hours and the engine seized up.....

so its getting a new engine and clutch in it now....

for the time being, i'm rocking out the ford focus rental car......

p.s. if you live in harrisburg/mechanicsburg, pa area and need a good garage, check out RED BARON VW in lemoyne. the guy know his stuff and gets the best prices on everything
 

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red baron isn't bad for a crazy old german dude. but also check out my favorite vw shop, Baum's on bridge street in new cumberland. (example: i called the dealer for head bolts for my 16v, i needed ten. then told me $8.76 a piece. quick calculation = $87.60!! i got the complete set from Baum's for $21.20. all oem stuff too.) it does kinda suck though cause he's always backed up for at least a week.
 

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yea im a loyal customer to Baums in new cumberland. he's been in the business forever and does a great job. its just hard to get an appointment sometimes b/c he's so well known as a great vw mechanic.
 
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