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VW Golf GTi MK1 Convertible - 1985 - Low Mileage - DEPOSIT TAKEN

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VW Golf GTi Convertible

Summary

This beautiful GTi was first registered on 21st January 1985.  The original A5 wallet comes complete with the original instruction manual, handbooks and the original sales brochure.  The Golf comes with a comprehensive history file dating back almost 20 years and 14 past MOT certificates, A recent cam-belt change and full service done in Jan 2018 makes this  GTi want for nothing and is ready to enjoy.

MOT June 2019, HPI Clear, Just needs to be enjoyed.

Low Rate Finance can be arranged please ask for details.

This is an excellent opportunity to own a MK1 VW Golf GTi Convertible.  With just 6 previous owners this stunning UK supplied Golf has been cherished from new and presents itself accordingly as a much loved example.  What is there not to like with brilliant parts availability, owners club support and mechanical simplicity offer worry free classic car motoring allowing the new owner to concentrate solely on enjoyment.  

These Mk1 Golfs are incredible investments with prices increasing 23% in the last 12 months Ref. Hagertys.

We will consider any part exchange with funds either way, no matter what it is. We have buyers in all fields of expertise so we would consider modern cars, vans, caravans, motorhomes, motorcycles and of course any nice classic so just give us a call or drop us an email.

We can deliver throughout the UK and Europe using our own covered transport or using one of our vehicle logistic partners, please ask for details.

More details

The GTI was unveiled to the general public and motoring press at the September 1975 Frankfurt Motor Show, the car however wasn't available to buy until June 1976 due to the engineers insistence that the new GTI should satisfy the same levels of quality and reliability that every production VW adhered to, a commitment that almost certainly lead to the longevity of the GTI when compared to its peers such as the XR3, Astra GTE and Peugeot 205 GTI.

The convertible was built entirely at Karmann's facility in Osnabruck, with VW supplying the interiors and running gear to be bolted to the in-house manufactured body. Engines were offered in pretty much every format that the hard top Golf had received (1100-1800cc, both carb. and injected) with the exception of the diesel.

The car remained essentially unchanged until 1982, when the hood design was altered so that it folded flatter, to aid rear visibility. In 1984 the Cabrio was subjected to a few updates, to drawer it more in line with the newly launched Mk2 Golf, so the rear seat received a "split" type design, and the fuel tank was increased from 40-55L with the addition of a space-saver type spare wheel.  Karmann confirmed 388,522 Cabrios being produced between 1979 and 1991.

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