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Golf in the snow

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where is your mark  1? Is it tucked away snugly or are you having to brave the elements with it?

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Both are sat in 3 inches of snow………..in Cornwall!  O_oVery odd.

Ian

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Wow you guys don't usually cop for that much white stuff

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I've only just taxed it today for the first time, and it's tucked up in the garage with my Mk1 Escort behind it. I'm desperate to get it out and polished properly.
 I know which is a sunny day car and which is a snowy day car! (unfortunately my Ford wheels with the M&S tyres are in an inaccessible corner in front of the Golf)

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Golf in the snow

TBigJohn said

I've only just taxed it today for the first time, and it's tucked up in the garage with my Mk1 Escort behind it. I'm desperate to get it out and polished properly.
 I know which is a sunny day car and which is a snowy day car! (unfortunately my Ford wheels with the M&S tyres are in an inaccessible corner in front of the Golf)
Pictures picture and more pictures of both please don’t be shy


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Driving mine in the small amount of snow this morning, not much snow in Somerset yet but its on its way…


1988 Mk1 Golf GTi Cabriolet 1.8cc DX, K-jet. Daily drive. 290,000 miles and counting
1978 Mk1 Scirocco GLS 1.6cc FR, Webber carb. Weekend toy.

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Great pix thanks

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mine is in pieces at my workshop but I am stuck at home as only have a rwd pickup on the road, although it would be fun to try I am not sure I would get off the drive. I have a mate who lives near lands end and he had a few issues getting home yesterday in his mk3
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Hi, I've used mine in the snow , here in Sheffield we've got 4 or 5 inches. I find the Golf is better than my Audi in snow because of the narrower tyres .

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I had the old roof down on Worthing seafront last Saturday. Don't think I'll be doing repeats today.

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  We went to a local Dubs meet last Sunday . A beautiful sunny day but freezing . The Wife wasn't impressed that we travelled both ways with the top down !

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It's gotta be done , Greavsy. That's what cabs are for

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Totally agree mate. Can't waste the sunshine !!
 

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Gotta squeeze out every last ray

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 :ocf_emoticons__clap:

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Golf in the snow

Snow started in Somerset, sent home early and the snow melting on the bonnet and freezing, don’t think I’ll be able to open it at the moment..







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1988 Mk1 Golf GTi Cabriolet 1.8cc DX, K-jet. Daily drive. 290,000 miles and counting
1978 Mk1 Scirocco GLS 1.6cc FR, Webber carb. Weekend toy.

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Great pics

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No sticking snow here on the Fylde peninsular but very cold and blowing a hoolie. Lots of salt on the roads, my new daily is covered in white salt stains and it only left the showroom yesterday and travelled 40 miles.

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Yes I didn't want to take Golfus out on the salty lanes. You ll be keen to get that salt off your new jam jar.
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