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  1. Time Left: 4 days and 12 hours

    • FOR SALE
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    Polo is being sold on ebay: Advert as below: My Polo is in excellent condition for its age and has been in the family since 1991 when it was bought new by my sister! The body work is superb and the paintwork is all original and in very good condition. There is no rot at all. The tyres are all in excellent condition and the spare wheel and battery are brand new as of June 2019. The interior is in excellent condition aside from couple of small cigarette burns. There have been powerful speakers fitted in the rear parcel shelf. There is a decent Radio/Cassette with graphic equaliser fitted. The car was stored from 2003 to 2013 in a warm, dry garage and then put back on the road for a couple of years before coming back into storage i 2016. The car starts first time and runs very well. My Polo now has a full MOT. New Battery, New Spare Wheel, Brand new MOT, drives superbly. The car has been in my family from new. On the MOT there were advisories for the flexible brake hoses but these have been advisories since 2013 - there is slight corrosion on the ferrules but the rubber is absolutely fine. Also an advisory for a small oil leak from the gearbox [where the selector fork enters the box]. A small chip in the windscreen [another long standing advisory] but it's very low down and is not really noticeable when driving. MILEAGE: 97588 and it's genuine. There are receipts for recent [2015] MOTS & repairs. Last service done at 95215 miles next service due at 105215 and the current mileage is 97588. The car has been regularly serviced from new. To arrange viewing call me ["JP"] on 07493 032764. The car is in a locked garage away from Public access. I'll need at least 24 hours notice. I have video clips showing the car sitting at 70MPH on the way to the MOT station. Just ask via text for the link. There is no reserve and I'll let the auction run to completion now the car has a 12 month MOT. VIEWINGS: PLEASE NOTE THAT NO VIEWINGS WILL BE POSSIBLE ON SATURDAY, 29th JUNE.


    Cleator, England - GB

  2. jrrhatton@aol.com

    My 1991 polo coupe - 14 hour drive to collect!

    Think this is my first post on here but had a few posts up on Facebook in the usual polo groups and have been told I should make a build thread. well I'm not usually about showing off the work ive been doing I prefer to just take my car to shows to look good but I think this would be a good way of keeping on track of what all ive done and also might be able to help out a few people if they have any questions ect and hopefully give some people a bit of inspiration to get there projects underway. Anyways I bough my 1991 polo coupe in may 2016, drove it 14hours up the road from Bristol to Fraserburgh. wouldn't have taken that long if the fan would have worked but never mind, I got it up the road eventually. when I bought it I bought it from an apprentice painter who did a closed door re-spray which makes the car look amazing till you opened either the boot, bonnet or looked underneath, he also had a set of polo 6n steels banded and he painted them himself too, I personally like them, it was sat on 60/40 TA lowering spring that were far too soft for the car! it had a leaky sunroof which I suspect is aftermarket. I had been looking for insurance for quite some time before I decided to just wait a year till its cheaper and more manageable so since it was going to be off the road for about a while I decided to start getting things tidied and freshened up. first thing I did was change the coolant, fitted a new fan and coolant temperature switch I also painted the fan couling as I am a fan of having things looking smart. I also fitted a new coolant reservoir just to sproose things up abit. I then got full set of alpine speakers to replace the original and rather perished speakers, I also got an original VW radio to fit it too. I took it into my head to take out most of the interior mainly to check for rust as I wasn't convinced it wasn't rotten just yet haha. I was rather pleased to find it was solid under the carpet too, but before putting everything back in I repaired a few dents and gouges in the inner rear wheel arches and rubbed down and painted the inside of the boot as it just looked tired and abused. I then started with the back, removed the rear axle rubbed it all down and painted it, fitted new bushes and also painted the hangers on the car side, bought new drums, shoes, wheel cylinders, brake pipe flexis and handbrake cables, but before I fitted the axle again I removed the rear suspension and painted the inner arches. I then fitted shiny new TA technics coilovers bolted on the axle, stub pins fitted all the brakes to the rear. doesn't seam like a lot but doing everything yourself it take a lot of time and effort, I then set about the front... so at the front I removed the struts, track rods, brake flexi pipes I than painted in the inner arches and fitted new ta technic coilovers with new stone guards new hubs new wheel bearings new track rods and flexi pipes, painted the callipers and carriers fitted new discs and pads too. think that's about it but probably missed a few things, I should have made a build thread as and when I was doing things.
  3. Good evening all, I was wondering if I could have some advice on MAF/MAS (Not 100% sure on the differences). probably mixing up my information here so please correct me if I'm wrong... I have a 1991 1.3 CL Coupe, I've heard that by changing the air filter and changing the MAF/MAS I can get a little bit more power out my car. Ok, a few questions 1) What is the difference between MAF/MAS? 2) Is it worth changing my MAF/MAS? 3) What would I change it to? 4) which is "better", drill my air box and putting a sports panel filter in or take out the box and put in a cone filter?
  4. Just started a bit of restoration on my Mk 3 polo GT. I used to be a golf man but loving the polo so far. I was wanting to lower it but not slam it. Just was wondering what the best lowering height would be? Thanks.
  5. Knotty123

    Mk3 Polo Coupe Gt with Air Ride

    Thought i'd make this polo look a little smarter as the previous owners, in my opinion, didnt do the best job at styling it. Its a '91 alpine white gt with 51k on the clock, havair 2 way air ride set up (apparently £4000s worth...), chipped ecu, and apparently g40 head - not that i wouldve thought that makes any difference? correct me if I'm wrong i used to own an ep3 civic but little things were going wrong and niggling at me and then to make things worse the insurance was too expensive so saw this on ebay (a lot of you probably recognise it) always wanted air ride, even though its not the most conventional car to have it on, sold the civic and bought this for what i think was worth it - £2200.. so heres how i bought it... then when i got home, with the spare cash, i bought one of these... a set of these... some yellow tint for the headlights and red tint for the tail lights and heres how its looking at the moment. say what you want, yes i agree it was a little pricey but going by the condition I'm happy! its great fun to drive too!
  6. Hello I have a 1991 Polo Fox Coupe and recently I've been adding a few upgrade parts. Much as I enjoy the spartan feel! Today I got a set of GT clocks from a 1993 and trial fitted the unit this afternoon. Glossing over the usual double-jointed shenanigans required to physically swap the basic standard Fox clocks (Speedo, no trip meter, water temp gauge and fuel gauge and basically thats your lot) I popped the GT clocks in to see what the state of play was. Speedo, digital clock and rev-counter all working fine but the temp gauge and fuel meter were flat out dead. A bit of a jiggle with the connection and the temp gauge came back to life but the Fuel is still flat as a pancake. I know its not a sender issue as the bog-standard Fox unit works fine. The GT clocks have been sat a while since being taken out of a Polish coupe that was driven from Warsaw to Dublin and has been parted by a mate. They could be just broken but the chap I bought them from says they should be cool and I don't have any reason to disbelieve him. As I say its just a trial fit and with the light fading I've left them in place tonight and I'll drive them to college and back tomorrow (there is about a quarter tank in there I know so that will be fine) and blast the heating through the car a bit to warm any dusty connections as I've heard people say sometimes the fuel gauge can be tricky if unused a while and cold. Other than that is there anything I could be trying whilst I'm fiddling about, they'll be in and out this week anyway as the bulbs are all kippered and I want to swap the 33k Fox speedo over - can't live with speedo in just KMs either tbh! Help is appreciated ladies and gents and thanks for any thoughts on the matter.
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