Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Shiny mkII Golf



It's not often you come across a Golf this clean. Modification-wise, all seems largely standard from the exterior, aside from the 16" OZ Futuras and the lowered stance, but it's under the bonnet and in the interior that the work is most obvious; the detailed engine runs ITBs, while inside sports lightweight leather Recaros and a number of bespoke touches. What really leaps off the screen, though, is just how pristine it all is - you can see that the whole car has been stripped right back to its component parts and given a thorough buffing and polishing before reassembly. It may seem unassuming to the untrained eye, but a closer look reveals countless hours of work. An impressive effort.
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