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GTXTRA
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Re: Introduce yourself

Post by GTXTRA » Mon May 13, 2019 7:35 pm

Wendy - welcome.

Always good to hear from Mk3 owners!


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Wendybu53
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Re: Introduce yourself

Post by Wendybu53 » Mon May 13, 2019 9:33 pm

Thank you, my daughter has a mk2 gt2 also in white



mark1gls
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Re: Introduce yourself

Post by mark1gls » Mon May 13, 2019 10:59 pm

Hello Wendybu53, so a 2 Scirocco family, what started the love for this little coupe ?


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Wendybu53
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Re: Introduce yourself

Post by Wendybu53 » Tue May 14, 2019 8:30 pm

When my daughter bought her mk2 as a project to work on, I really liked it and it was something different to the golf, which seemed to be more popular. I had a Leon Cupra before this and I knew when it was time to get rid I had to have a white scirocco r to match!



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james butler
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Re: Introduce yourself

Post by james butler » Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:26 pm

WreckTangle wrote:
Sun Apr 08, 2018 5:16 pm
Hello everyone. My real name is David. I joined last November when I bought my first Mk2 Scirocco, a 1991 GTII Auto. It has needed a bit of work to get it running reasonably well and there are still some things to do. It has 85k on the clock and has had 16 previous owners. I think it may have been passed on frequently because of on-going fuelling problems, now hopefully sorted.

Work done so far: new fuel filler neck and fuel filter, overhauled air intake and vacuum hoses, second-hand replacement rear wiper motor, new set of correct OEM wheel nuts, replaced rear boot lock seal.

Work to do soon: oil, coolant and ATF changes, replace rear brake drums (one wheel nut won't torque properly), replace ProSport coilovers with something more nearly OEM.

A couple of pics below.

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Great forum BTW. I've already made use of some of the wealth of information here.
hi david,
your car doesnt happen to live in shirley birmingham does it?


I dont mind project cars but I HATE SANDING!!!