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Have you seen this?!! I messaged and asked if it was £68 as I thought it was a mistake, but it wasn't. Even says in the description that it needs fixing!! 

VW MK1 Golf gti Parcel shelf genuine original part 8.5 / 10 condition | eBay

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 Black 1984 MK1 Golf GTI Campaign.

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So is a brown or blue one worth more?

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A few years a go I was having a tidy up and sold a mint 9.75/10 (it still had the elasticated thingys intact) for £90 and thought I was ripping someone off…..

going to break and sell my GTI in bits for £36,000 instead of selling it one piece for £12,500

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1983 Mars Red 1.8 Golf GTI
1987 Alpine White 1.8 Clipper Cabriolet

The trouble with doing nothing is that you never know when you are finished.

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Vic said

So is a brown or blue one worth more?
 Brown's gotta be at least a grand! 

 Black 1984 MK1 Golf GTI Campaign.

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Early-1800 said

A few years a go I was having a tidy up and sold a mint 9.75/10 (it still had the elasticated thingys intact) for £90 and thought I was ripping someone off…..

going to break and sell my GTI in bits for £36,000 instead of selling it one piece for £12,500
 Haha, that's the ticket! Love the fact you still then need to pay £25 for postage! 

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 Black 1984 MK1 Golf GTI Campaign.

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Campaigning for Dave said

Early-1800 said

A few years a go I was having a tidy up and sold a mint 9.75/10 (it still had the elasticated thingys intact) for £90 and thought I was ripping someone off…..

going to break and sell my GTI in bits for £36,000 instead of selling it one piece for £12,500
 Haha, that's the ticket! Love the fact you still then need to £25 for postage! 

There's having a punt and seeing what £ the market will bear and then there's stark raving maddness

1983 Mars Red 1.8 Golf GTI
1987 Alpine White 1.8 Clipper Cabriolet

The trouble with doing nothing is that you never know when you are finished.

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They are also selling lots of other parts for some serious money.  :o

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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Jesus.  Does the  car comes with it ?

The description. "The part we need but can't  justify spending the money on"…. so I'll  ask unicorn money for it

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Bargain.and yes break car and sell in bits as thats what people ask me to do all the time…take that bit of yours and sell me it… erm no.. i sell the bits i have replaced with better or repro…

On the drive
T25 Diesel…sameoldblueshi£ (currently under resto)
Rocco gt2….1990 secret 2…(currently under resto)
Mk4 99 1.8t indigo blue Gti with 43k miles
Caster 93 clipper JH Green cabby
Snowy 91 GTi White cabby( sat waiting for inspiration)
Myvalver 89 GTi Grey mk2 16v
Yuppy Flu 91 GTi Flash Red Sportline


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Problem being if you need it someone has it
that is when the dilemma begins how much is
it worth to you, a lot of us probably have many
parts horded so buying rare parts is not a problem
new owners of new project cars come across the
issue of wow that is expensive but i need it i will
have to pay the asking price that is the way i see
it

Do not know a lot but willing to help if possible

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at least you would spell it correctly 20210214_105205.jpg

Do not know a lot but willing to help if possible

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I suspect there are a lot of incomplete project cars; and a lot of people with parts that aren't selling which would complete those cars, because they can't agree on a fair price to trade.

What happened to just letting people bid on eBay?????

                                

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bid on what you want does not mean
you get it with the final winning bid

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Ebay is a total jungle of honest and
totally corrupt sellers but when needing
bits and pieces first port of call Ebay buy
it now price or best offer but someone
selling an item for £80 is not going to
accept £20

Do not know a lot but willing to help if possible

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Ah good old mk1 tax. Still, I've tried to buy things on here from people breaking MK1s and been bowled over by similar dream land prices

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nicci21paul said

at least you would spell it correctly 20210214_105205.jpg

Snap. I might take the steering wheel off my car and sell it,    :lol:

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