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Hi people 

Brought myself 1994 polo 1.0  boulevard. Just would like some advice on it.

Got some slight rust on the top of both wheel arches. Spoken to someone who said I won't be able to get a colour match anymore. So was thinking getting some wheel arch trims. Struggling to find any online. Also is there any good websites out there for parts ? Do other car parts fit i.e. golf parts 

Thanks 

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no golf parts dont fit    search ebay and facebook groups you will find some    b.s about the paint match ,  should be able to be sorted with enough effort and £££

First Welcome to the Forum.   There is a great paint dealer in Bedford Nu-againe just take something like the fuel filler flap in and they will colour match it and make up a large rattle can

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no golf parts dont fit 

 

search ebay and facebook groups you will find some 

 

b.s about the paint match ,  should be able to be sorted with enough effort and £££

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First Welcome to the Forum.

 

There is a great paint dealer in Bedford Nu-againe just take something like the fuel filler flap in and they will colour match it and make up a large rattle can for about £15, so search for paint dealers in your area as I'm sure they will have the same ability 

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Welcome to the Forum.

 

As above, we also have a local chap who will colour match paint.

Red colours are generally the worst to match due to the effect of sunlight on red paint.

 

Regards

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