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Oil changed

Brimmed with super

Cleaned, waxed, hoovered

Battery conditioner connected

Ready for bed :) :)

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Very nice. I carried out a similar set of jobs with my mk1 then decided to pull the rear beam and front brakes off for a refurb so its looking somewhat sorry for itself now 😔

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Not sure if it makes much difference but I over inflate my tyres when it's parking in the garage and I do try and roll the car forwards or backwards a bit to stop the tyres sitting on the same patch.

1988 Mk1 Golf GTi Cabriolet 1.8cc DX, K-jet. Daily drive. 300,000 miles and counting
1978 Mk1 Scirocco GLS 1.6cc FR, Webber carb. Weekend toy.

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Adding Stabil to the Petrol keeps the gas fresh, and helps to eliminate rusting….

Also while it is under the cover, I would occasionally remove it and "air it out" Keeps mildew smell down, and possibly the mold from occuring.


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Away for the winter

I put a couple of these in the footwell.

Keeps the mould away nicely.




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Briano1234 said

Adding Stabil to the Petrol keeps the gas fresh, and helps to eliminate rusting….

Also while it is under the cover, I would occasionally remove it and "air it out" Keeps mildew smell down, and possibly the mold from occuring.



Oh and  I forgot mouse baits under the car, and in the car on jar lids so you can see if they have been nibbled.




What do Divorces, Great Coffee, and Car Electrics all have in common?

They all start with GOOD Grounds.

Where are my DIY Links?
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