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My VW Polo MK6 1.9 PD 100... tuned to 150bhp (GT Replica)

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Cameron Wilkins

Bought this car a few weeks ago, it’s my second MK6 polo.. it’s not too bad tbh ???

 

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It has 5 speed gear box instead of the 6 speed,

Just out of interest any of you guys running one of those 9n aftermarket armrests that’s replaces the the 2 cup holders behind the handbrake?? 

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