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Another MK2 golf 1.8T build

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as there's very little to do now i thought i'd tidy it up ready for the final parts

 

emptied all the old parts from the interior and gave it a good hoovering

 

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then treated all the plastics

 

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next was to give it a good jetwash in all the seals / shuts and wash n wax with meguirs

 

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then treated all the plastics and rubbers

 

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^^ u mutha snitch!

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That's lovely!! ML's work so well on a mk2. Defo getting a set on my next mk2, AGAIN!

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I need a friend like you. Bravo, superb work and inspiring dedication!

Edited by Jaase

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where do you get ur fabric tape from mate ??????

eBay friend go crazy it's cheap

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I need a friend like you. Bravo, superb work and inspiring dedication!

 

This... Fancy doing me one aswell?!ph34r.gif

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Hamster - i'll let you take it down A1 scrappy and see what Noz has to say to you :lol:

 

Noz - :P

 

Im_stu - when it first arrived i must admit i did browse the classifieds for mk2's

 

l3onp - thanks bud

 

Gibson - she scrubs up well

 

Vealyyy - hopefully maybe of use to others in future and included some part numbers too, will also put up a list of parts used at the end

 

gjc37 - thanks bud

 

vr6 kid - the last pack came from ebay seller 'lpgshop' listed as 'LPG Autogas Genuine Tesa Wiring Loom Tape 15 metres x 19mm - 8 pack' and was £16 plus £6 postage fot pack of 8 rolls

 

jaase - thanks for the kind words, i like things to be right, if it means extra work then so be it :D

 

fridgenugget - i do the best i can on my drive in the rain :lol: i think i need a workshop

 

itsagthing - ebay indeed although i'm not sure i'd call it cheap at the rate i go through it ;)

 

Lee - you never know, i posted before and after pics on my fb the other night and have been bombarded with messages asking how to / whats needed / how much etc etc :wacko:

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Lee - you never know, i posted before and after pics on my fb the other night and have been bombarded with messages asking how to / whats needed / how much etc etc :wacko:

 

When you look at the pics, it's not hard to see why. Is this your 'trade'?

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Gosh, quite a bit of reading there, all nice work that you make look very very easy.

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Nice work mate, these are the sorts of threads I love to read. Can sympathise with you on the working on the drive... ok maybe not to the extent of an engine conversion but done a clutch and the usual coilovers, brakes, servicing etc. Again nice work though keep it up.

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