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General Chat / Re: Show us your garage
« Last post by Franck BRUNEAUX on Today at 07:10:47 am »
Hello,

My garage :

For the family:



Mercedes C30 AMG

For the week-end with darling:



Chrysler Crossfire V6 3.2

For fun:



I don't remember but  just enought for good smiling!

Have a good week-end!

Franck
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General Car Chat / Re: Hello from France
« Last post by Franck BRUNEAUX on Today at 06:46:11 am »
Hello,

Yes, two real MK2!! Mine the Number 259, and another real one!!

See you.


Franck
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Wanted / G40 Standard exhaust manifold
« Last post by paulpolo on April 18, 2019, 11:00:15 pm »
Just looking for a standard G40 exhaust manifold. Cheers
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Group Buys / Re: Uprated Driveshaft Single orders accepted 2013
« Last post by Karlos the jackyl on April 18, 2019, 12:47:45 pm »
They are back by! Uprated Heavy Duty Racing Driveshaft!!

Running a high powered Polo? Its only a matter of time before you snap a driveshaft!

Volkswagen Polo Heavy Duty Racing Driveshaft Fits Volkswagen Polo  MK1 - Mk2 - MK3 - 86 - 86c - Mk2f from 1975 - 1993

This heavy duty driveshaft is designed for the fast street or race drag Volkswagen

We released the original driveshaft design in 2001 to overcome the breakages experienced when slick tyres / Limited  Slip Differentials are used with the standard polo driveshaft. Since then it has been proven to be the choice of drivetrain to deliver reliable high performance results for both fast road and track racing around the world for 18 years!
This unit is manufactured from a single piece of high-grade aircraft quality material and heat cycled to provide a durable tough finish (blue flame glazing).
The driveshaft is compatible with all of the standard polo components and requires no modifications to fit.

These are currently in stock and can be purchased using Paypal by heading to  over to

https://www.mk1polo.com/

Priced at £199.95 with free speedy delivery to anywhere in the UK!!

Use the code : GLADER at the checkout you will recieve an EXTRA  £5 off !

Any questions feel free to contact me

Regards
Karl Tull
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Cars for sale / Re: Huge spec g40 for sale
« Last post by rsmark86 on April 17, 2019, 07:16:44 pm »
Message me for further details
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Cars for sale / Huge spec g40 for sale
« Last post by rsmark86 on April 17, 2019, 07:15:08 pm »
For sale is my polo GT that’s had an extensive rebuild into a high spec polo g40. Its had all the best parts and is ready to go.

Spec:
1308cc cup spec engine
Lightened and balanced
Flatweb crank
Baffled sump
ARP bolts
Oversized pistons
Ported head
Psd cam

Freshly rebuilt jabbasport r1 charger
Psd toothed pulley kit
Jabba induction kit
Ported inlet
Dewedged throttle body
Boost return delete
Cosworth front mount intercooler
Thermostatic oil cooler kit
4-2-1 exhaust manifold
Full jetex exhaust system

Good condition g40 gearbox
Paddle clutch

Salzmann stage 3 front subframe
Adjustable coilovers
G40 rear axle with roll bar
All bushes replaced
G40 brakes
Drilled and grooved discs
Yellow stuff pads
22mm master cylinder conversion
Cleaned and adjusted rears
14” bbs ra alloys with new tyres
Deep dish steering wheel with boss kit

A complete g40 was reshelled into my GT shell and then heavily modified over the years to what it is now.

Only for sale to fund other priorities

£3300 Ono
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General Car Chat / Re: Hello from France
« Last post by Jester on April 17, 2019, 05:58:07 pm »
Looks a green meetup, some cool colours there too.

Is that 2 Mk2 Polo G40's?!?!
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Ongoing Projects / Re: Yoof's Turbo
« Last post by hayesey on April 17, 2019, 08:58:33 am »
It looks fast anyway

how come you're re-thinking the steering rack & arms arrangement?

(#shouldveboughtagolf)
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General Car Chat / Re: Hello from France
« Last post by Franck BRUNEAUX on April 17, 2019, 05:57:08 am »
Hello,

Last 6th on april, it was the youngtimer festival in Montlhéry near Paris. We were about 12 G40  to "make the show":

















https://newsdanciennes.com/2019/04/08/youngtimers-festival-2019-la-jeune-garde-sur-lanneau/


So We give you the rendez-vous for next year!

See you.

Franck
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