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  1. Time Left: 1 month and 25 days

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    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 TCA 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.

    £1,500.00

    , Gloucestershire - GB

  2. Any ideas of the strongest box for an 86c 1.3. Or where I can get uprated gear set.
  3. Hi Everyone I've had my fair share of Polo's over the years, starting with a MK2 breadvan when I passed my test back in 2002. After scrapping my 6n2 in 2016, I had been itching to get another classic. Whilst visiting the Isle of Skye for a week back in July 2016, I spotted this late model MK2 Polo Country lying at the end of someones driveway. I had a snoop around, and despite looking a tad unloved, it was clean and only had 39k miles showing. I put a note through the door asking if it was for sale, and heard nothing for the remainder of my time there. I went home, slightly deflated and expecting never to see it again. In November 2016, I received a call from the owner asking if I was still interested. The owner told me it had been her mothers car, which she had bought brand new in 1990. When her mother gave up driving, it passed to her in 2006. It has a fully stamped service book, original keys, dealer plates, tax disc holder etc. Unfortunately I had just spent all my spare funds buying a MK1 Golf Cabriolet, so I very reluctantly had to pass up on it. In 2017 I found myself with some spare money, but I had lost the owners number. I made some attempts at reaching out to them via local Facebook groups, but this was unsuccessful. I even had a friend who was passing the area attempt to make contact, but the Polo was nowhere to be seen. Fast forward two years to November 2018, by which point the dream had long been buried. The owner contacted me again out the blue, asking if I would still be interested. Of course I jumped at the chance, and after several phone calls arranging the logistics, I collected it on the 8th of December 2018 on the back of my brother-in-law's pick up. After a 5 hour - 160 mile drive over some of Scotlands nicest roads, we arrived back in Ayrshire where the Polo was put into the garage for some light restoration work. Over December and January we got the car running. It didn't need much, a new battery, a light service (filters, plugs, belts etc), some fresh fuel and away it went. The exhaust was beyond repair though so a replacement was sourced and fitted. In early February we took it a drive around some farm roads to get it up to temperature. This gave us a chance to iron out a few idling issues caused by the automatic choke. With that sorted and it now running perfectly, we presented it for MOT on 16th February. It passed! In celebration, I obtained a replacement Country/Parade interior from a guy around 70 miles away. I had been on the lookout for one ever since I knew I was buying the car, so I think finding a decent original interior in less than 4 months is an achievement, considering there are less than 100 left of this model on the road (www.howmanyleft.co.uk). I gave the car a good wash, which I think was the first time it has seen a sponge in at least 5 years. The photos make it look a lot better than it actually is if I am honest. I plan on getting it resprayed soon, so I've put some MK2F trims on it just to tidy it up a little for now. I do have the original ones which I will fit later. In a few months time I am having it fully resprayed. This will give me some time to source some replacement trim parts that are a bit tired, as well as new "Country" decals. In the meantime, I plan on installing some new speakers (it still has the original Panasonic cassette deck) and really just enjoy it along with my MK1 Golf Cabby. I'll update this thread with any progress as I go. If anyone has instagram, I post on there regularly (@stevenvw.co.uk) or on my website at www.stevenvw.co.uk. Happy to hear any comments or suggestions 🙂 Steven
  4. I've been given a MK3 golf with a 1.4 abd that I plan on putting into my mk2f that's currently got a 4 speed box so will need a 5 speed. Whats the best box too run?
  5. POlliffe22

    '88 Breadvan

    This is my first car, a 1988 Polo breadvan. Currently completely stock and my first priority is to sort out the paintwork which has a lot of rusted stonechips and a large patch of rust wjere a previous fuel tank leaked. Bodywork is all solid however in person the laint lacks shine. Eventually i plan to lower the car on different wheels before chasing power however being 17 and having had my licence for less than a month the insurance is already ridiculous without any modifications.
  6. Godg95

    86C Panel Van

    Hi Guys, Just signed up to club polo, about to pick up a legit 86c panel van this weekend!! so thought I’d better join!
  7. hello, I need to change all rubber fuel hoses by removing the badly rusted compression fitting that connects the plastic (nylon) lines to the rubber hoses and using an oetiker-type clamp to connect the fuel line to the rubber hose (see red circle in photo as example of compression fitting used to connect plastic line to fuel hose), however i wonder how to avoid kinking or crushing the plastic line when fitting the clamp: does someone know if there is a brass insert INSIDE the plastic line like the one in the second photo that I can reuse? does anyone have suggestions for the job? did not find anything using the search. The reason I cannot check is that cannot do the job at home and I plan to do this job at a friend's place on a weekend and i would like not to leave the car at my friend's place for a week... he probably wouldn't like it too, i imagine 🙂 the car is a 1993 mk2f 1.0L breadvan thanks in advance!
  8. AndysBluePolo

    My first Polo.

    Hello everyone. After 10 years of owning aircooled VWs I decided to try the water pumpers and bought a Polo. I've always like Polos so it was an easy decision. I have had this Polo for 2 and a half years and it's the best car I've owned! My money stays in the bank unlike with my Beetles and T3! It was registered in the Netherlands in 1991, but built 1990. It's a 1.3i. This is how it looked when I bought it. DSC_0667 by Andy, on Flickr DSC_0666 by Andy, on Flickr DSC_0668 by Andy, on Flickr Since then I have fitted a tow hook and passenger side mirror. Mother nature decided it needed some body work modifications and threw hail stones the size of fists at it! I manage to pull the big dents out, but it now has lots of tiny dents all over it.
  9. AndysBluePolo

    What does this do?

    A few months ago my MK2 Polo, 1.3i, came to a stuttering halt. I was on the motorway and started to lose power, when I pulled off the motorway it gave up and stopped. My first thoughts were fuel problems, I had a quarter of a tank, so running out of fuel wasn't the problem. Maybe dirt in the tank or blocked fuel lines. Anyway, I called the breakdown service and the guy had a look around the engine and pushed a part back into place, something to do with a vacuum. Am shit with engines! The engine started first time after he did that. Last weekend I did a hours drive into Belgium and then back home again later, the car didn't feel right, a slight bit of stuttering again, but I got home without breaking down. The next day I have a look and go straight to the part that was the problem before. The hose it is connected to had fallen apart. I went to the garage today and he fitted a new hose, but said the engine shouldn't stop working if that part was not connected. Here is the part am talking about. What is it and who is right? The garage or break down service (ANWB, Dutch AA). If that isn't what's causing the stuttering, then what is? Thanks, Andy
  10. AndysBluePolo

    Hello from the Netherlands.

    Name: Andy Age: 38 Location: Netherlands. Polo owner, if so which? MK2, 1.3i, registered 1991. Previous car history: '96 Citroen AX, '74 1303 Beetle, '70 1300 Beetle, '73 1300a Beetle, '82 T3 camper, '74 1303S Beetle. Hobbies/interests: VWs, art, heavy metal. Occupation: House husband. How did you hear about us?: Google. Hello everyone. Am a Brit living in the Netherlands. I've mostly been an aircooled VWer, but the Polo is awesome, am enjoying it a lot. A lot less problems than my aircooled dubs!
  11. Benjamin0365

    Polo mark 2 roof rack

    Where to source a roof rack for my polo 86c mk2?? New to this looking for a roof rack for the hatchback/not coupe slanted back polo. Thanks guys something like this photo
  12. Hi there, New to this forum, looking for a little help. I just got a 91' Polo GT and the seats are worse for wear, wanted to change them out maybe put some leathers. Ive read on loads of forums that corrado seats will fit in the front, easy swap. Ive also read that mk4 golf seats can swap into a corrado, easy swap. Does that mean I can slap mk4 golf leather seats in my 86 polo? (I understand that it will sit higher than normal) Please advise
  13. kizerfluid

    MK2F AAU Tuning

    Hey guys so the engine swap to the 1.6 AEE engine has gone on hold as my girlfriend can't afford the insurance price with that engine swap done so we are looking to get a little more power out of the little 1.0 AAU now i have some parts kicking about from my old MK2F which was a 1.3 AAV but i changed engine for 3F. Parts i have laying arround are: 1.3 AAV ECU 1.3 AAV Wiring loom 1.3 AAV Air Doughnut 1.3 AAV 5spd Gearbox 1.4 ABD SPI Throttle body 1.4 ABD Induction elbow (maybe a little overkill) 1.8 ADZ SPI Throttle Body 1.8 ADZ Induction Elbow 1.8 ADZ Airbox & Filter (whole ADZ engine & wiring loom) Im thinking maybe: 1.3 AAV ECU 1.4 ABD / 1.8 ADZ SPI throttle body 1.8 ADZ Induction Elbow 1.8 ADZ Airbox & Filter Think that should give it a little more power under the pedal? got quite a bit like i said so if anyone else knows of a way to get a little more power out of the AAU with the parts i have listed above please let me know
  14. Hi people, I’m sure this question has been asked many times but I’m looking for the general idea. What is the best gearbox to fit to an afh in a 1990 mk2? Any help is appreciated
  15. polo86c

    polo mk2f common faults

    hello, the mk2f polo is getting old and I am wondering what are the most common mechanical / electrical issues in your experience. for example if lots of alternators windings fail at the 100k miles mark, I would consider servicing or buying a replacement before getting stranded due to a common fault (also considering most spare parts are only available as aftermarket and they are not so common anymore at scrapyards, at least in Italy) In particular I am interested in mileage or age-when-failed of components not normally considered wear items but replaced on a as-needed basis such as: fuel pumps (lift and inline) throttle body assy (injector, potentiometer, step motor...) ECU spark plug HT cables wheel bearings gearbox bearings etc at what mileage are those usually replaced? do they give any sign before giving up? here is what I found in my experience: - alternator and starter motor brushes needed to be replaced at 60k miles - lambda probe gave up at 100k miles, catalyzer went before that - had to tighten all sump bolts at 100k miles because started leaking oil, the most inaccessible ones (need to remove exhaust) were just hand tight - plastic 'ball' under gearlever mechanism crushed (hard to shift gears) at 90k miles - gearbox shaft oil seal started leaking at 100k miles
  16. Hi guys i know iv been quiet on here for a very long time sins i sold my last polo which i dropped the GT engine in but now im back with a question for the guru's here as i have found a lot of conflicting information scattered about the internet regarding this. First of all let me start out by saying im looking at doing about 3 different engine conversions at the moment and dont want to waste my time / effort on the polo if its not going to work anyway as i have a e36 BMW to take a 318i 8v engine out of and put a 318is 16v stroked engine in for definite. Along with that i may be helping a mate of mine convert his k10 micra 1.2 to a 1.6 from a almera. Which leaves me with 2 possible engine swaps which only 1 of can be done. Iv got a 1.6 AEE MPI engine which has some kind of performance cam sat on my garage floor at the moment which came from a 1996 mk3 golf which i stripped kept the engine as i know the AEE is known as a fairly tune able engine with someone pushing one to 240BHP anyway once i had a better look at it i realized it looked a lot like the AAV / 3F engines i had pulled out / put in my old polo. Then as luck would have it again a MK2F came up for sale locally and i managed to swap a BMW e36 vader full interior for it which worked out in the sellers favor anyway as he wanted £450 for the mk2f and he sold the vader interior for £750 which in my opinion is cheap still as iv seen vader interior sell for £1500+ But anyway i then started searching to see if this AEE would fit the mk2f i just acquired turns i google can't seem to find me a definite answer the closest iv got to an answer is this thread on club polo: https://www.clubpolo.co.uk/topic/13935-converting-a-gt-to-a-14-and-16/?page=7&tab=comments#comment-1168668 Which works out well for me as i still have the mk3 golf this engine came from and i have a complete mk2f with a 1.0 AAU in which has just had a new clutch by my understanding if i fit the following parts to the AEE from the AAU it should fit: flywheel clutch starter (or possibly a slimline starter off a 1994) gearbox (wouldn't use the 4 speed off the 1.0 would use my old AAV 5spd box which only has 65k miles on it which would mean i need a 5spd gearbox mount for a mk2f) alternator pulley crank pulley bit of shaving of metal and plastic and jobs a gooden Obviously the rest of that guide i can disregard as im not converting it to a GT im just getting the AEE to fit and i have a complete engine not just a bare engine so i have the inlet manifold and everything with the engine. however im pretty sure there is going to wiring issues getting the AEE's loom to mate up with the mk2f loom and also the AAU is SPI so would need a better fuel pump for the AEE same as when i went from AAV to 3F on my old polo If for some reason someone knows why this won't work please let me know and i will just dump this AEE in another mk3 golf that has a 1.8 ADZ engine but its slow and sluggish compared to this AEE Also on another note the golf with the AEE in came with a clutch kit as the clutch had almost gone (bite right at the top of the pedal and a little slip) now luckily my mk2f had just had a new clutch before i got it but i have looked it up online and the AEE clutch is 24 tooth 200mm and the mk2f uses a 24 tooth 190mm clutch i know its a long shot but who reckons the AEE clutch disc 200mm will fit inside the mk2f 190mm pressure plate? and work as i read from somewhere the mk2f clutches don't handle the AEE power very well and burn out fast so kinda hoping if for some chance the AEE clutch disc fits the mk2f pressure plate that the extra 10mm diameter will help it cope with the power better. Thanks everyone
  17. Hi everyone, if anyone could help me diagnose my problem that would be amazing! I'm sure its down to something electrical? I have recently got back hold of the car (off road since'15) I had her firing a few times but running naff (always near enough flooding) so since these things I have changed; spark plugs, battery, replaced 1 HT lead (misfire), dizzy cap, oil sensor, blue and black coolant temp sensors, full service (oil, air & fuel) and also added and exhaust system. I have also added a gasket to the throttle body which was missing and fixed the one which sits between this and the carb (thick black one). Only after getting this far with the car today I've managed to see how bad the carbs flooding, if anyone has any ideas what it could be please let me know OR if you get the nail on the head I will PP you a beer token! :) Many thanks video here -
  18. Hey guys n gals. have a few things to ask about the engine bay of ny g40. Ive found several disconnected cables. And some pipes etc that dont go anywhere. Unfortunately im on my iphone and cant upload all the pics so ill put them in some replies. the first one is this. Four connections. Nothing doesnt work. So cant work out where it goes or used to. Its near the header tank.
  19. MintySE

    When 2 become one

    So I have now one breadvan country that will go well but it started as a slow 1ltr saved from the scrap yard, not running with a knackered carb
  20. mbusby993

    86c Coupe, One Owner from New!

    Hello there! After a lengthy time away from Club Polo I return with a 2f Coupe! Always said I’d get one. ?? Some of you on here will remember me from a couple of years ago, I had a 1.4 8v 6n, then a 1.6 mk2 Golf and also a 1.4 16v 6n. All the threads are probably still on here! Story goes as such, I’ve been driving a 1.8t Leon and I’m facing the prospect of motorway miles, so I was actually looking for a diesel. Browsing the marketplace on Facebook and I see an advert for a 66k miles 1.3 Polo Coupe for £400. Messaged the dude and had a bit of a chat and decided it was best to go have a look. It belonged to an elderly lady who bought it brand new from the dealer and unfortunately recently passed away. Now, the paint/bodywork is really quite tatty and needs a lot of fixing up, but it’s all still very treatable. It desperately needs a new bootlid! The important thing is that, after a bit of haggling, I’ve bagged myself a one owner from new Coupe with only 66k genuine miles on the clock. Even still has the original dealership plates on it! The dealership doesn’t even exist anymore. It’s the 1.3 AAV (I think) motor with a 5speed 8p box. It was a little reluctant to start as the last time it ran was the beginning of August when it went for its MOT and its sat ever since but I coaxed it to life and drove it home and by the time it had warmed up it was running brilliantly! The plan for this week while I’m off work is to gut it and give it a good clean up inside out and go from there really. There’s gonna be a lot of tapping and coaxing dented pieces of bodywork back into shape as old dear (RIP) clearly liked driving into things. Long term id like to go down the AFH and bike carb route but for now I’m in no rush and am happy with the 1.3 motor! Here’s some photos!
  21. Eilirthomas

    NEED HELP FINDING THIS POLO

  22. Hi....I need a rear axle for a 85 Breadvan 86c.......do the later 91-94 type also fit? About to weld up the chassis nearby and noticed the original is rotting around the pivot. Daughters car, and too good too scrap........just! Ta.....
  23. Hi guys, I can't seem to find any polybush engine mounts for an 86c chassis these days. I remember seeing them on the web not long ago and had some on my watch list but they have disappeared. Does anybody know where to find them? thanks, Mike.
  24. Hi, recently bought my first pre 88 polo - Hatchback from 1983 and only 100k km and only thee owners. Now I've ordered 60/40 lowering springs and 6,5x15 ET38 rims but only one tyre (will verify fit) 175/50, if to big I'll go for 165/45. But need help with color on the rims? What do you think of Gloss Black? Plans for the car is black roof (wrap) and tinted windows.
  25. Davis001

    Polo coupe 86c fox spoilers

    I'v had my polo for about 3 years and it's been a great little car. At the moment the things I'v done to the car is lowed it 40mm, put 15 inch ATS Cups with spaces, vinyl the window pilers and a home made front lip. The front lip was made from left over parts of a project I'm working at the moment winch I'll say a bit more in a sec. The lip is made from two spoilers from a mk3 coupe, when I was messing around with them I realized the curve is the same as the front bumper curve. As I did not need them any more I thought why not, cut one in half and the other to fit the the gap. It reminds me of the Mk1 golf front lip. I get mixed thought's from people if they like it or not but I like it as it's different. It clears most speed bumps but, if it snow to much this year I might become a snow plow. ^^ Right the project I'm working on at the moment is a louvre for the coupe, I had seen some pictures on mk1-2 golfs and I did not think they looked to bad, I looked on Ebay for some but as louvre spoiler are rare in them self they where in the hundreds, it would be a shame to cut one up to fit to the rear window as well, I decided to make one. The benefits of this were much better than buying an existing one which would not fit. And learn how to fibre glass as I had never done it before. A quick "bad" Photoshop of what it would look like. I got a spoiler and made two molds out of fibrer glass. one mold was the hole spoiler and the other just the middle part of the spoiler to make the spoiler wider for the bottom of the window. So far I'm ready to make the first fibre glass spoiler for the louvre, going to wait after Christmas to start again before I go back to work. If this does all work out well and I have a final big mold I might make some to sell and then sell the mold off, But I am a Long way to be thinking about that. ^^
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