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1982 Polo Modified Rolling Shell

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1982 Polo Modified Rolling Shell

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  • Type of Advert FOR SALE
  • Item Condition USED
  • Time Left 13 days and 8 hours -
  • Quantity 1
  • Price £1,500.00
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First up, here is a link to the build thread for far more pictures. 



For sale is a solid rolling shell with some parts still attached. These include:


New brake lines and fuel lines. GT/G40 inline pump, Mk3/Mk2f fuel tank and lift pump.

Mk2 Golf 16v Master Cylinder

256mm front disc conversion

219mm rear discs conversion

New handbrake lines - No fitted. Later Polo handbrake tunnel section still to be welded in.

Weitec 60/40 Springs with 10mm caps on the front on SPAX shocks

GT/G40 rear axle with ARB and polybushed

GT/G40 steering rack with new arms


New wheel bearings

5 speed ARB and shifter

New Genuine VW front panel


Also seats, couple of sets of door cards, dash, carpet etc. Front lights, grill, bumpers are here.


Only negative is the battery tray will need to be repaired.


The car is perfect for any GT/G40, AFH/AVY conversion. I have a lot of pieces for the AFH/AVY conversions but that can be dealt with when viewing the shell but these parts are in another garage so you need to do a couple of trips. You would be best bringing your own 14" wheels are mine are in another garage. The main reason for selling this is I have run out of room so once the shell has gone I can start emptying another and selling my other Polo parts that have stacked up over the last 10+ years.


If you spot parts in the thread like the PPS subframe that is not for sale right now so no PM's regarding that.





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, Gloucestershire - United Kingdom

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Shame its going, one of only a few moncao blue ones. However, what brake fluid reservoir have you used there? And have you modified the bulkhead at all? Can't seem to find an OEM one to fit. PM me to save clogging this up if you like




Hi there, the master cylinder is a Mk2 Golf 16v one and I 'shaped' the bulkhead behind it so it would fit because before that the bottle was touching the bulkhead and causing a leak as it wasn't pressed in enough. Then I chopped the rod to the pedal a bit and it works just fine.

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