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Volksvreeken

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Mk1 re-restoration
« on: May 27, 16, 15:01 »
Hello! Long time member, hardly-ever-poster.

I have an '80 GTI that I restored six years ago ... and I crashed it a few months back. ICBC came to the rescue, and paid for the repair (thanks to piles of receipts and photos).

Some of you saw the car in the ICBC yard. Thought I'd post a shot of the car now that it's back from the dead. Again.
FML

EhJay

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Re: Mk1 re-restoration
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 16, 15:29 »
Glad to see a rabbit saved!

germanstyle

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Re: Mk1 re-restoration
« Reply #2 on: May 27, 16, 15:46 »
Nice work!  I bet in recent records ICBC has saved very few rabbits from the crusher.
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Stephan Schmidt

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Re: Mk1 re-restoration
« Reply #3 on: May 27, 16, 16:20 »
Awesome!  Looks great!

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Re: Mk1 re-restoration
« Reply #4 on: May 30, 16, 10:07 »
Good to hear it has survived!
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Benyameen Kawlboose

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Re: Mk1 re-restoration
« Reply #5 on: Jun 03, 16, 23:49 »
Yaaaaaay
I've seen this car around a lot over the years. I didn't know you were on the boards, though
« Last Edit: Jun 03, 16, 23:49 by Benyameen Kawlboose »
Wake up. Stand up. Please look at this picture. Look at this picture please.