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Tomnova16
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1st Feb 11 at 12:50   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Some of you will remember i did this golf last summer


He came back in december for a semi smooth bay and something funky done to a super rare set of
Porsche Speedlines







its away having a new engine fitted now along with any dirty old parts changed for new,
like the manky master cylinder



[Edited on 01-02-2011 by Tomnova16]


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taylorboosh
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Very cool car
mike56gte
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1st Feb 11 at 12:59   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

awsome car.

wheels......... not so much!
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That looks sweet tom
Tomnova16
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1st Feb 11 at 13:16   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

im reseved until i see them on the car,
i feel they are rare for a reason though.
only ones in the country apparently


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mike56gte
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tbh the fact that they are super rare means that it will probably be insanly cool in the hole VAG scene.

but if these had been made by TSW, wolfrace etc they would get outrages abuse.
alan-g-w
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quote:
Originally posted by mike56gte
tbh the fact that they are super rare means that it will probably be insanly cool in the hole VAG scene.

but if these had been made by TSW, wolfrace etc they would get outrages abuse.


Agreed 100%
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love the car but don't really like the 4 spokes

have you got a shot of the bay before the work? (was it rusty etc?)
mike56gte
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quote:
Originally posted by aron
love the car but don't really like the 4 spokes

have you got a shot of the bay before the work? (was it rusty etc?)


iirc tom painted the bay last year along with the car.
Tomnova16
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nope that was a different golf mike
i think i have a pic, ill have a look


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Tomnova16
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bollocks i dont
but it had quite a bit of surface rust and lots of dents and was pretty much all black from the nasty waxoil


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mike56gte
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quote:
Originally posted by Tomnova16
nope that was a different golf mike
i think i have a pic, ill have a look


awrite i thought it was this one. lol
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good job tom

far far far too scene for my liking though, i actually detest the VW scene now, after being a part of it a while back
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quote:
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good job tom

far far far too scene for my liking though, i actually detest the VW scene now, after being a part of it a while back


i wouldnt say it was too scene tbh. the wheels are at the correct angle for a start.
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seen those wheels on a corrado and didn't like them then.

i can see why people end up completely stripping and painting a bay then making everything new, as it harder to take something out, fix it and put it back dirty (i couldn't do it)

have the steering rack to do on mine and its turning into an endless job now
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it's a lovely car, fresh white mk2's look so good

i doubt the 4 spokes will look better than the audi bottletops though
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whatever did happen with vagweb steve
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I'm more impressed with the contraption that you had made to hold the car up while you worked on it.
Tomnova16
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some more pics that my mate had on his phone




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Tomnova16
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there is the dolly you welded up for me mr ed
but with new heavy duty wheels


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Jambo
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Those wheels are shit. I bet the first thing he says to people is they are Porsche wheels.


Try hard comes to mind!



Excellent workmanship tho
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VW have certainly gone backwards on their styling too. What happened to the Mk7,8,9 and 10 too?

I'll stop being silly. The bay looks tidy and it's a neat touch to spray the backs of the wheels red - I like that
Graham88
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I'm wondering what you covered up by painting it black in the 5th photo more than anything
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Think thats the same one, that is how it was in September
Tomnova16
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thats it and thats the owner too

Graham the thing i covered up was a couple of brooms, it just looked messy in the pic


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