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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Mk1Crazee » Wed Nov 22, 2017 3:22 pm

dynamic wrote:I was hoping to let my 1981 2 door mk1 go for 250k after seeing that advert :|


lol only time you'll see that figures on your deed of sale is in Zimbabwe.


Does Neuk still have that GLS though?
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Neuk » Wed Nov 22, 2017 5:23 pm

Mk1Crazee wrote:Does Neuk still have that GLS though?


Yep.
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby MarshallGTi » Wed Nov 22, 2017 5:46 pm

Neuk wrote:
Mk1Crazee wrote:Does Neuk still have that GLS though?


Yep.

and supposedly a van too.............. :deadhorse:
It is an ingenius solution to a problem that should have never existed in the 1st place...

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Neuk » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:42 pm

MarshallGTi wrote:
Neuk wrote:
Mk1Crazee wrote:Does Neuk still have that GLS though?


Yep.

and supposedly a van too.............. :deadhorse:


A bus but yes.


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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby dubz-on-drugz » Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:20 pm

I think the limited addition came with the options of driver airbag and a.c. as a standard in the package. I could be wrong. But a friend of mine had one I think he paid 115k when it came out lol with all of the above

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby dynamic » Thu Nov 23, 2017 9:28 am

Mk1Crazee wrote:
dynamic wrote:I was hoping to let my 1981 2 door mk1 go for 250k after seeing that advert :|


lol only time you'll see that figures on your deed of sale is in Zimbabwe.


Does Neuk still have that GLS though?


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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Supervan II » Thu Nov 23, 2017 4:33 pm

EX-DOHCTOR wrote:The only exception being the Citi R, which had a ricey body kit and a 1.8i motor. Nothing particularly special about it but people **** their pants and paid ridiculous amounts of money for it.

It was a 2.0 motor.

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby smashedmink » Thu Nov 23, 2017 4:49 pm

Supervan II wrote:
EX-DOHCTOR wrote:The only exception being the Citi R, which had a ricey body kit and a 1.8i motor. Nothing particularly special about it but people **** their pants and paid ridiculous amounts of money for it.

It was a 2.0 motor.

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Mk1Crazee » Thu Nov 23, 2017 5:00 pm

Sly_Dub wrote:
Supervan II wrote:
EX-DOHCTOR wrote:The only exception being the Citi R, which had a ricey body kit and a 1.8i motor. Nothing particularly special about it but people **** their pants and paid ridiculous amounts of money for it.

It was a 2.0 motor.

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Lol nah boss citi NEVER came with a 2.0l it was indeed a 1.8i
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Supervan II » Thu Nov 23, 2017 5:10 pm

Mk1Crazee wrote:
Sly_Dub wrote:
Supervan II wrote:
EX-DOHCTOR wrote:The only exception being the Citi R, which had a ricey body kit and a 1.8i motor. Nothing particularly special about it but people **** their pants and paid ridiculous amounts of money for it.

It was a 2.0 motor.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


Lol nah boss citi NEVER came with a 2.0l it was indeed a 1.8i

Ah, that 90KW fooled me. :oops:

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby smitbrandon » Fri Nov 24, 2017 7:01 am

Supervan II wrote:
Mk1Crazee wrote:
Sly_Dub wrote:
Supervan II wrote:It was a 2.0 motor.



Lol nah boss citi NEVER came with a 2.0l it was indeed a 1.8i

Ah, that 90KW fooled me. :oops:
Wasn't 90kw

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby smashedmink » Fri Nov 24, 2017 7:18 am

It actually was, or it was supposed to be. See link.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_Citi_Golf
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Mk1Crazee » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:25 am

Sly_Dub wrote:It actually was, or it was supposed to be. See link.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_Citi_Golf


Correct. VW claimed their 1.8i pushed out 90KW not too bad though
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby smashedmink » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:27 am

Mk1Crazee wrote:
Sly_Dub wrote:It actually was, or it was supposed to be. See link.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_Citi_Golf


Correct. VW claimed their 1.8i pushed out 90KW not too bad though


Car came standard with a 272 cam iirc.
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby MarshallGTi » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:11 am

all these rumours and confusion is part of what made all the special editions sell so well lol
It is an ingenius solution to a problem that should have never existed in the 1st place...

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Mk1Crazee » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:17 am

MarshallGTi wrote:all these rumours and confusion is part of what made all the special editions sell so well lol


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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby panic-mechanic » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:23 am

The only really special edition was the R with the 1.8 and 272 cam fitted.
The rest was the same old 1.6 with fancy stripes.
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Neuk » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:51 am

MarshallGTi wrote:all these rumours and confusion is part of what made all the special editions sell so well lol


I couldn't agree less, it is purely down to South Africans believing they have some holy **** grail special limited exclusiv edition, that doesn't exist. The Karmann Edition Cabrio's come to mind...
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Abnormal » Fri Nov 24, 2017 10:16 am

panic-mechanic wrote:The only really special edition was the R with the 1.8 and 272 cam fitted.
The rest was the same old 1.6 with fancy stripes.


There were a few other 1.8i as well same 272 cam etc but no body kit at the end of the R run.
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby smashedmink » Fri Nov 24, 2017 10:57 am

Abnormal wrote:
panic-mechanic wrote:The only really special edition was the R with the 1.8 and 272 cam fitted.
The rest was the same old 1.6 with fancy stripes.


There were a few other 1.8i as well same 272 cam etc but no body kit at the end of the R run.


I do recall seeing one before, looked like a normal citi but with a 1.8i badge. Wasn't aware it had the cam as well, inconspicuous little car!
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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby smitbrandon » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:33 am

Sly_Dub wrote:It actually was, or it was supposed to be. See link.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_Citi_Golf
My apologies, was under the impression it was a 83kw

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Rourke » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:41 am

smitbrandon wrote:IMHO a citi is a citi. If youstrip it of the dash and rims and fuel injection. It's just another chico... I will never pay anything over R30k for any citi

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I was actually saying the exact same thing the other day .

A buddy was like he saw a nice rox in pta for 65000. I was like nice but i wont do it.

The hipe is as said before the history and easy to maintain espect of the car, pluss its a young person car that can be done up easily and made very nice.

Its popular and demand and supply dictate the high prices people get for them . Yes there are special additions but people go hey wire. A guy said a velo is getting scares now and there is alot of demand for a velo and i said a rox is a velo but with different badge so no its not getting scares, lol.

I agree a original Mk1 . Mk1 2 door a 1.8iRline and the MK1 new addition can fetch good money but the rest is just a golf,lol.

I never new the 1.8i R had a cam, but i believe the hipe came from the history of a CTI. The cti was fast so people associate the R with a CTI.

There are many better cars at 45K plus you can buy than a Citi golf So I too wont pay more than 30k for 1

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby ICE King » Fri Nov 24, 2017 2:39 pm

Interesting - According to the readers Digest dated 1988 , A entry citigolf new was R4000 while a brand new MK2 1.8 16 valve costed R9800

4k is two new tires these days - not evens

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Rourke » Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:43 pm

ICE King wrote:Interesting - According to the readers Digest dated 1988 , A entry citigolf new was R4000 while a brand new MK2 1.8 16 valve costed R9800

4k is two new tires these days - not evens


oh wow interesting

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Re: 2009 VW Mk1 Wolf Edition

Postby Mk1Crazee » Fri Nov 24, 2017 4:13 pm

Rourke wrote:
ICE King wrote:Interesting - According to the readers Digest dated 1988 , A entry citigolf new was R4000 while a brand new MK2 1.8 16 valve costed R9800

4k is two new tires these days - not evens


oh wow interesting



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