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Offline ReubenGTI17

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« on: 09 April 2021, 21:34 »
Hi thanks for accepting me.
I have recently purchased a 2017 Golf GTI in Reuben Colour.
I also own a 2004 Passat 1.8T.

Offline Guzzle

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Re: New to Forum
« Reply #1 on: 09 April 2021, 22:41 »
Hi and welcome to the forum  :smiley:

Be sure to stop by the Mk7 section of the forum for helpful tips and friendly banter.
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Offline Exonian

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Re: New to Forum
« Reply #2 on: 10 April 2021, 22:12 »
Welcome Reuben  :smiley:
Do you have any photos of the GTI? Any plans for it?
The Passat is certainly of a decent vintage! Does it have many miles on it?
2020 GTI Clubsport
Prior to that a couple dozen other warmed over VWs


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Re: New to Forum
« Reply #3 on: 17 April 2021, 18:58 »





I've not got any plans to modify the GTI. I like it as it is.
The Passat 1.8T has only got 62000 miles on it. It only had 1 previous owner before me. I still enjoy driving the Passat especially the Turbo lag.

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« Reply #4 on: 17 April 2021, 22:28 »
Thanks for posting the photos up, it’s really good to see it and there aren’t many Black Rubin’s on the forum.
I quite agree, the car is great in standard form. Always room for a few inexpensive embellishments though!
With the nice low mileage the Passat sounds like a keeper. That generation of Passat was such an accomplished car.
2020 GTI Clubsport
Prior to that a couple dozen other warmed over VWs