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As you can see the engine bay is a little dirty but it seems in order. There is red over-spray on the front a little as I think it’s had the wings done (MK5 problem) and the bonnet has no stone chips at all
It all looks straight though, no accident damage, Just a blow over. However whoever cleaned it must have used a brillo pad as I have never seen so many swirl marks on paintwork before! Not that it matters…
So, Here we go again. I will update tomorrow with the plan of action. Engine has already been serviced and upgraded and I’m half way through stripping and selling the interior parts
I must say a big thanks to Luke (Deako) with his help so far. He has answered all my questions and I’m sure it wont be the end of it
Here are some picture highlights from the magazine.
And he has not forget good ol Club GTI either.
The club and some well known members are mentioned in his thanks/shoutouts.
Air Monkeys has published their entire issue 10 online, which you can view in the link below.
Mike’s feature is on pages 21-29.
Thanks to Mike for the link