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Old 09-04-2006, 23:29
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Cool Australian mk1 project

Hello van AustraliŽ!! dit is mijn 1977 Golf 1 projecten
Droevig, is mijn Nederlands geen goede!!!

Ik kwam aan Europa in 2005 en zie Stroeve Motorsport sommige delen kopen. Gerjan is zeer aardig! Ik ging ook naar Essen Motorshow. De auto is nog niet beŽindigd, maar ik hoop het in ťťn maand wordt gedaan. Ik hoop u mijn Nederlands kunt begrijpen!

Hier zijn sommige beelden van de vooruitgang:

Dag 1 ---> 2 jaren geleden!!














Binnen schoongemaakt en geschilderd:







Hier is de buitenkant. 15x8" Wielen nieuwe Gotti:
































































Is hier onder de auto:










DANK U VOOR HET KIJKEN

Hier is de specificatie. Droevig, is het in het Engels :

Exterior:

- Full bare shell restoration, including underbody and floorpans
- Respray in custom Nissan metallic with purple and blue twist, 7 coats of clear
- Deleted wipers, badges, aerial, rolled and pulled arches, smoothed front panel, smoothed and detailed floorpans and inner wheel arches
- Smoothed engine bay, deleted rain tray
- Smoothed slam panel
- Underbody components detailed
- Underbody stripped to bare metal and resealed
- InPro crystal crosshair headlights
- Volkswarenhaus pale red taillights
- Diygti smoked indicators
- 1976 chrome bumpers
- 1977 chrome grill
- Chrome side trim and door handles
- Cabrio bonnet
- Stroeve Motorsport wing decals

Engine bay:

- Full 1999 SEAT Ibiza Cupra mechanical and electrical conversion
- 2.0 16v ABF tall block motor
- 02A CDA cable change gearbox
- Lightened 11lb flywheel
- AP 400lb/ft paddle clutch
- Schrick 260/268 cams
- Stage 2 headwork
- JDE ECU
- Factory immobiliser retained
- Paul Kiernan gearbox mounts
- SEAT Cupra driveshafts, modified
- Complete CE2 wiring conversion
- Fuel injection conversion (from 1.6 carb) using Cabrio tank
- Holden Commodore VL Turbo fuel pump
- Braided fuel lines
- K&N intake
- Eurosport ceramic race exhaust manifold
- Techtonics Tuning 16v swap exhaust with stainless Borla muffler
- Poly engine mounts
- Twin SEAT Cupra extractor fan conversion
- Mk1 GTI radiator with Cupra overflow tank and hoses
- Full serpentine belt conversion, A/C and PAS deleted, VR6 water pump pulley, custom serp belt, modified tensioner

Chassis:

- KW V2 InoxLine coilovers
- Gotti 15x8" 3pc polished wheels with chrome lips and bolts
- Pirelli P7 195/45/15 tyres
- New top mounts
- Whiteline 24mm front ARB
- Autotech 28mm rear ARB
- Poly bushes throughout
- Scirocco 16v 4-point ďK-barĒ
- Stroeve rear strut brace
- Stroeve 2pc 280mm front rotors with blue hats
- SEAT Cupra callipers
- Momentum Tuning adapters
- Rear disc conversion
- Scirocco 16v handbrake cables
- Custom brake hard lines and braided flex-lines
- 23mm master cylinder and Cupra servo, ABS system removed
- Scirocco 16v proportioning valves
- Wilwood brake bias adjuster

Interior (some still to be fitted!!):

- Audi seats with beige leather trim
- Cupra dash and clocks
- Knox ultra plush pile beige carpet,
- Pale cream headlining
- Panelled rear deck with matching carpet
- Early chrome stripe beige door cards
- Dash-mounted Stroeve bonnet release
- Carbon Stroeve gearknob and Cupra cable shift assembly on high-mount polished alloy plate
- Custom stubby window winders to clear dash
- Custom beige floor mats
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Old 12-04-2006, 16:28
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Ohw man, great car!

So tell us, how did you learn to write dutch (and speak it 2 I guess)? And where in Australia do you live?

And a question I always have to ask: Do you know who Tommy Emmanuel is?

Again, great ride and love the color!
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Old 13-04-2006, 04:38
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Ohw man, great car!

So tell us, how did you learn to write dutch (and speak it 2 I guess)? And where in Australia do you live?

And a question I always have to ask: Do you know who Tommy Emmanuel is?

Again, great ride and love the color!


My Oma and Opa were from Amsterdam so I learnt a bit of Dutch from them as a child I would like to get better at it, though!!

I live in Tasmania, which is the small island at the bottom of Australia. And yes, I know Tommy Emmanuel; he's a super guitarist
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Old 29-04-2006, 07:05
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Hello opnieuw! Hier is een update

-met voorspoiler:




-motor ruimte:





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Old 14-08-2006, 10:33
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Hello vrienden in Holland!!! Ik ben droevig ik zo heb geduurd lang om deze draad bij te werken. De auto is bijna beŽindigd - enkel een paar dingen nu te doen!

Het loopt zeer goed en de motor maakt 113kW aan de wielen. Ik ben zeer gelukkig met hoe het is verschenen, zo hier ben a lot more beelden voor u allen.

Opnieuw, droevig is mijn Nederlands zo SLECHT

Dank voor het kijken! Stu





























































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Old 20-01-2008, 20:33
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The car is beyond amzing...better than when it came out of the factory for sure.

Where did you get those brake discs (manufacturer?), and did you have to modify something to fit them on the golf?

I see you even have a wilwood brake pressure regulator, amazing accesoires...
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Old 20-01-2008, 20:47
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It's a long time ago that I saw this car. Still like it as much as I did before. Amazing ride.
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Old 11-02-2008, 09:33
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Best mk1 I have ever seen....
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Old 11-02-2008, 09:48
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very very nice! maybe loose the clear headlights, but who am i...
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Old 11-02-2008, 11:46
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Verry nice car!!
I saw i on Vortex i believe.
I read your topic over there!

And your dutch is not bad for someone who doesnt live here, i think everbody
understands it. (its a hard language)

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Old 11-02-2008, 12:01
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What a very nice car! I love the rimms and the colour of the car. In one word: GREAT!

And your dutch is indeed very good for someone who doesn't live here.
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dude! I LOVE THAT CAR
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Old 11-02-2008, 19:36
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very nice car.
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Old 11-05-2008, 23:28
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Very nice car, you've really made this a top 100 MK1 of all MK1's worldwide if you'd ask me.
To things I don't like are the modern dash and the chrome (they don't seem to be like the original ones ) strips on the sides.

They way the pictures are taken makes them even more a pleasure to look at!
Again, fantastic car, take good care of it
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Old 12-05-2008, 09:31
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quote kiwi gti:
To things I don't like are the modern dash and the chrome (they don't seem to be like the original ones ) strips on the sides.

i agree that but the pictures are great!!
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Old 15-05-2008, 20:03
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Wauw this car Is really Beaturifull.
Good work man!
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Old 18-05-2008, 11:42
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Your Dutch is probably better than mine... And I am a native Dutch MoFo
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the classic seats and the racing harness are a weird but pleasant combo. absolutely love the car.
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your neighbor's subaru is very nice
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thats just a subaru forester.

I lOVE that car of yours dude. very neat. butt why did you choose an 2.0 16V
cupra engine instead of a 2.0 20VT engine?

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