Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'fromrussia'.
Found 1 result
Greetings to all, my name is Oleg, I am from Russia. In our country, second-generation polos are not very popular due to the small number of such cars, and so I decided to look for communities outside my own country. And so about my baby: 1992 release, engine AAV, coupe, well, or a hatchback, 4-speed gearbox. I bought it in 2013, it has a lot that worked badly, there was a lot of putty on the body, but I was happy to move from car with carburetor on car with injector, I was most attracted by the work of the engine, it worked like a clock even at an air temperature of -30°C, and I was not scared by the puffed putty on the body. First of all, the technical part was brought to an acceptable condition and it became my daily car. Here is a photo of how it looked after the purchase: It looks pretty good on the back, but the front look was not as whole as I thought... As it turned out - this body was in an accident, there was a head-on collision, and the left spar was curved, and the hood with front fenders needed to be replaced. Some time later, I managed to find the front fenders and hood in excellent condition. I don’t have a photo with an old hood, but there is a photo with old fenders and a new hood: Then I replaced the front fenders, and also installed the missing part of the front panel: The grille was also replaced: For comparison, posted a photo as it was and as it became: At that time I was very pleased with my work, however - it was 2013. He lived with me in this config until 2015, then I had an accident, because of the lack of a bumper amplifier, all my work was destroyed. After that, I ordered new body parts: bumper, bumper amplifier, front panel and grille with headlights. I decided to complete the work before the new year (it was in December) Here I got to the front panel: Instead of a normal amp bumper was bolted unknown origin design. All of this has naturally been removed from the body: All new parts were installed in place without difficulty. I don't know how you call the front panel, but we call it TV: And everything is in order... I will continue the next days, see you soon!