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golf mk 2 racer

Hi im MICHEL schroder from Holland and at the moment we are building a track-show car in the for of a 1984 mk2 golf
The plans are to use a 2.0 bottom en of the mk5 along to 20v large port cylinderhead with a gt28rs turbo


























on the front and rear the arches are about an inch wider than the original ones
i also found some carbon fenders so i can choose between the metal or carbon fenders
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Thanks for sharing the photos.

That looks really good.
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also some carbon fibre parts like the hood bootlid and rooftop from performance trim and doors from fibreglass













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the front is completely welded through



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Hello Michel,

I Think you and I had met at H2O this past year! Josh w/ the Monty ABF.

Car progress looks really good!!!

I noticed you have some e50's your playing with in one of the later pics.

Would you have any other BBS motor sport parts possibly for sale or trade?

I could really use 2x 16" x 6.5 or preferably 7" barrels for some e50's that need adjusting. I have a pair of polished 16x7.5s if you or someone you may know would be interested. Also I could use a junk MS 15" center face if you ever come across one or have one random one. It is for a art deco project(coffee table).

Keep up the good work hope to see more real soon!

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Hello Michel,

I Think you and I had met at H2O this past year! Josh w/ the Monty ABF.

Car progress looks really good!!!

I noticed you have some e50's your playing with in one of the later pics.

Would you have any other BBS motor sport parts possibly for sale or trade?

I could really use 2x 16" x 6.5 or preferably 7" barrels for some e50's that need adjusting. I have a pair of polished 16x7.5s if you or someone you may know would be interested. Also I could use a junk MS 15" center face if you ever come across one or have one random one. It is for a art deco project(coffee table).

Keep up the good work hope to see more real soon!

Josh
Hi Josh where you the guy with the mk2 sitting next to the white mk2 also with af engine?
Good to hear from you,so you need outer barrels in 2x16 and 6.5x16(inner) or 7x16 (inner) i see what i can do for you
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i know they are replicas but i like the carbon and upholstered the innerpiece with some old skool fabric





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i always wanted a front wheel drive mk2 with independent rear suspension so wilco from dutchbuild is creating it for me same as all the other welding













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so the part for the spare wheel has been cut out and a flat piece of sheet metal in return







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i was also busy creating a front spoiler for a bit of downforce,once finished i shall make a mould from it to let it manufacture in carbon fibre




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as for the engine i got an 2.0 tfsi bottom end with other rods and pistons




an inlet from a skoda wrc rally car




integrated engineering catchtank with bosch fuel pump
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as for the wheels i use bbs centerlocks




dampers from sachs racing as used on a mk3 in the german touringcar series


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