Type: Posts; User: JTuhkanen
The RS3 performed as expected. It has also lost to a much cheaper VAG station wagon on track (Ring Knutstorp, Sweden).
The 54k€ Audi RS3 is slower than a 30k€ FWD Seat Leon station wagon. Oh dear. :laugh: :popcorn:
So the 1985 group B Sport Quattro S1 had haldex? If you say so R&T... :sly: :laugh:
Business as usual.
That was back in february. It's now -99.86% since going public. :laugh:
Squid vs. Roundabout
Stickers until 1984, black badges until 1987. That grey one should have the raised lettering badges as the black tail lights came in 1985.
The red car has the silver badges which were fitted from...
Yeah. The engine is nice and that's about it.
I just noticed the speedometer needle just bounces off the bottom on Cironi's video. Maybe that explains the low mileage on this example too? :laugh:
Surprisingly many parts were sourced from other early 80's cars like BMW E21 and VW mk1 Golf. It might take some detective work but it isn't that bad.
In case anyone wonders how these cars drive...
The thread title made me expect mind blowing performance, not some stance fancy waste of craftsmanship.
The answer is both.
That's not really a minivan. It's just a Vauxhall/Opel Astra wagon which is smaller than the VW Golf wagon.
Oh yeah, Corbic. That takes me back... :laugh:
Get a gearbox with an LSD and wonder later how you ever considered selling it. Keep the turbo too.
Exactly the same turd of a van. Kangoo and Citan are made alongside in the same factory in France.
On a C1 the only door with a dome light sensor is the drivers door. Why would you ever expect correct labeling on a car that cheap? :laugh:
That's the beauty of detuned base spec turbos: uncork it with a remap!
What the hell did you expect?
VW updates its bread and butter commercial van and here we have bunch of people bitching how it isn't the feelgood retroturd concept that barely resembles a 65-year...
Nothing unusual here. Older Gols are closely related to the VAG B1 and B2 platforms which had longitudinally mounted engines.
I had exactly the same issue you described on a mk3 Ford Mondeo wagon. It was fixed by changing new springs and shocks after realignment didn't help.
Do the "jam sandwich" livery.