Very nice indeed
I picked this one up around a month ago from Karmannski
It is a 95 2.0 16v in fairly good condition, especially the interior. Just a bit of bodywork to sort out but nothing that detracts from the car.
Since collecting the car it's just sat in the workshop whilst I've been sorting any niggles and fitting some other parts.
My Borbets are on replacing the original wheels with winter tyres
TT wiper arms fitted
I've replaced the knackered glass with blue tint, still heated
The bonnet catch was not fitted and with sheared bolts, now refitted
My vdo gauges I bought about five years back have finally seen daylight, all wired in and working well
10mm hubcentric spacers on all round to get get a bit of clearance for the Brembo stoppers
and the best bit
Front end all blacked out using lamin-x and black grille badge
Uprated loom in and hidden up, with genuine plugs on it and Osram Night Breakers
and finally for now, KW coilovers on to replace the shocks and springs with a bit more of a drop
Any comments or questions, fire away
Last edited by odub; 29th August 2016 at 5:13 PM.
Very nice indeed
| 1995 Corrado 2.9 VR6 (Classic Green) | 2013 Ford Fiesta ST-2 (Race Red) |
Just jealousy. She looks great.
Thanks chaps, there will be more to come soon
Nice, where did you pick up the mirrors? Stick on or clip on?
Last edited by Will.I.Dub; 29th August 2016 at 9:52 PM.
Links to the mirror glass
They have their own backs and seem to fit well
Last edited by odub; 12th September 2016 at 5:37 AM.
Slow progress due to work and holiday, but 90mm splitter on, new tyres fitted and rolled out of the workshop for the first time since I picked it up
a quick shot with my wife's Cupra R
I may start driving it soon but i'm woried the summer is nearly over, plus the 270bhp I have in my daily is going to take some matching
She looking great. Well done