The time has come that I'm thinking of selling my Scirocco. I've owned it for the last 8 1/2 years, and it's been great to me, but lately it's been sitting, and not being driven.. Anyway, it's got a lot done to it, and I'd like to see it go to someone that can take it to the next level and enjoy it.
Euro headlights & corner lights (amber)
Kamei mesh grill
Stock 16V body kit
H&R sport springs
JOM lowering spring caps
Bilstien sport struts/shocks
Auto Tech sway bars front and rear
Old style Auto Tech front upper stress bar
stock 16V lower stress bar
Urethane bushings throughout (front and rear)
new lower control arms with new ball joints
new tie rod assemblies
new upper strut mounts
Urethane rear shock mounts
6 line stainless braided brake hoses
new Scirocco 16V 22mm master cylinder
new proportioning valves
axles were replaced with new EMPI units about 25k miles ago
rear brakes were done about 20k ago with stock rotors and PBR Metal Master pads, rear wheel bearings were replaced at the same time with german bearings and seals
Front pads have about half life, they are PBR Metal masters as well, with ATE Atom slot rotors
Front wheel bearings were replaced about 20k ago as well, also with german bearings
2.0 16V out of a '92 GTI - all new main and rod bearings, compression cylinders 1-4 is as follows: 185psi, 190psi, 190psi, 200psi - VERY strong motor
new clutch cable, factory Scirocco 16V version
new throttle cable
new lower steering column bearing
Freshly fully rebuilt MkIII trans (tall gears)
new speedo cable
all new hoses about 10k ago, as well as all belts, including timing belt
195/50r15 Dunlop Direzza DZ101's, about half tread
I also have lots of parts to go along with.
The A/C doesn't currently work, a hose broke. I have had the hose rebuilt, and I got the new compressor because the system has been open for a while. The only part that would be needed to get the A/C working again would be a new reciever/drier and expansion valve. Then you could install the hose, and flush the system. After that it would just need an evac and charge. (would need converted, it's still an R12 system)
Also, just a warning, the car does vibrate from the motor, it has urethane inserts in the side trans and motor mounts, as well as Techtonics heavy duty front and rear mounts. The motor does not move, as such the vibration goes through the body. If you're not comfortable with this, the urethane inserts can be removed, and should take care of most of the vibration. I put these in because I had planned on autocrossing the car, just never actually had a weekend off work that I could.
Also, it does not have the tilt/slide sunroof anymore, the original roof had a lot of broken bits, so I put an A2 GTI sunroof in that does work, just no tilt feature.
The car does have 279k on the body, but obviously it doesn't have that many mechanically, and the body is in great shape.
as for price; with the ATS Cups, $4500, FIRM, without the Cups $3700