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Few pictures of my mk2f breadvan

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Mk2_Breadvan

A few pics of my breadvan the one with steels is as i bought it :D

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Mk2_Breadvan

I heard from a mate he was selling his breadvan i decided to go check it out , the list of failures was endless so i took the chance and payed 100 for it and 70 for the alloys, i knew it had 2 holes in the sills so put full sills on it , i then decided to run it in for an mot , it failed on a track rod end and a w/bearing only!! Clearly the garage who moted it before was pulling his leg.

I then spent a good 2 hours polishing her up and the final picks are the finishing product. Eventually i'd like to put a 1.4 in it but is currently running a standard 1 litre with a 4 speed box with 60/40 lowering springs.

What do you think then guys? any ideas?

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mikethebike

Nice save. Have fun with it :)

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Mk2_Breadvan
Nice save. Have fun with it :)

Certainly will mike , its one of the best handling cars i've driven . Only downside is lack of power :p

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DAVID & JACOB

Good buy that, saves it being scrapped.

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