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|I think all Mk1 Rocco's were built in the Karmann Ghia plant.|
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|"Wolfsburg Edition" was also a way for dealers to turn average cars into "special editions" by sticking a few emblems on them. There are real WE and there are fakies....an 81 WE is a fakie.|
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|Better be TRULY MINT for that price.|
If the dealer is close, why not play "Torture The Car Salesman"? Might as well enjoy a test drive. When he wants to talk price, write down your price, name, and phone number... and walk out.
So, any car salesman want to give some other evil ideas?
The Wolfburg Editions only came out in 83, 84 and 85.don't wolfsburgs tend to have interior packages? Or is that going into the realm of "Real" Wolfsburg Editions?
The scirocco was going thru some changes.In 82 they introduced the new body style.I have a chance to get a 1981 Scirocco, and was curious, what is diferent in the wolfsburg edition vehicles?
I was told on my 1980 that it was a wolfsburg, wood panel, the wolf on the horn button.
The curious thing about this model is that Sciroccos were never built at Wolfsburg, only in Osnabrück.
What you were told was entirely false.I was told on my 1980 that it was a wolfsburg, wood panel, the wolf on the horn button.
GTI Brake calipers with the larger brake PADS (vs the 1" rabbit type brakes).
I was also told about 80% of them were considered wolfsburg.
Dunno, wouldn't put much stock in it though...it's "Nice" for sure but don't let them jack the price up because of it.