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  1. Yes, prices are silly at the moment. I probably won't buy anything until around March now. Unless something comes up thats too good to turn down. I rather not collect a new car only for it to be covered in road grime and salt everyday over winter. Keeping a car for 3 years is long for me. Just goes to show how good a car the Golf R is. Come on you blues. Champions and top of the league 🤙🤙🤙
  2. I very nearly ordered a new M240i xdrive. The one which has just been announced with the 3ltr B58 engine. I used to own a 3ltr M135i which I bought new in 2014. I spoke to the dealer who I bought that car from and he offered me a 7% discount on the M240i. The thing is they don't hit UK showrooms until March so I can't test drive or see one in the metal until mine would arrive. The more I look at them, the more I dislike the look of it. So I've decided against it until I can see one in a showroom. The other car I'm interested in is the Mercedes A45s. The issue with those is used mod
  3. No mate. I've not properly advertised it yet. I've been offered £25kbfrom a couple of traders but I don't want to let it go for that. I've bought a cheap run around today. Something to bat about in, so I can advertise the Golf properly now. I could not have a car. Sent from my SM-G998B using Tapatalk
  4. Cheers mate. I agree it's not an ideal time to sell but I'm in no rush to sell it. Not everybody wants to buy a modified car either but I'd rather not strip it
  5. Thank you. Somebody is going to get a fantastic example which has been totally pampered.
  6. Thank you. I'll be sad to see it go but after almost 3 years it's time to move on.
  7. Time Left: 19 days and 9 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    2017 MK7.5 Golf R 5dr DSG 49k miles (used daily so will rise) Lapiz Blue DCC (adaptive suspension) Keyless entry (Ghost 2 Immobiliser fitted) Better than full service history Fresh 12 month MOT MK7.5 facelift model includes, Virtual cockpit, DQ381 7 speed gearbox, Dark charcoal seats, sweeping indicators etc... I've owned the car for just under 3 years and I purchased the car from VW Leeds. The car has been very highly maintained throughout my ownership by progressive parts and serviced using premium millers oil within the service schedules. The car is very frequently cleaned using the very best products and I'm well known on my street for being "that guy" who is always out cleaning his car. Service history 10,881 miles VW North Wales 21,397 miles VW North Wales 25,364 miles VW Leeds 34,901 miles Progressive Parts (Mark Brown) 42,172 miles LSG Performance (Shak) 48,864 miles Progressive Parts The last service was carried out less than a month ago. This was a full service using millers oil a including pollen filter replacement and full vehicle inspection. The car is always warmed up to 80 degrees oil temperature before taking it over 3k rpm and has only every been run on 99 octane fuel. I bought the car totally stock and I've since spent over £10k on premium, tasteful modifications. Performance Mods Racingline stage 2 ECU £660 TVS Stage 2+ TCU tune £690 Forge carbon intake £460 Forge high flow inlet £198 Airtec 2 front mount intercooler £625 NGK Racing spark plugs NGK-R7437-8 £180 VAGsport racing ignition coils £180 VAGsport turbo muffler delete £90 Scorpion 80mm sports cat £607 Remus resonated cat back valved exhaust £1600 I attended a rolling road day at Unicorn Motor Developments a couple of months ago and the car made 412bhp bhp and 403lb/ft. Graph in photos Wheels/Handling Racingline 19" R360 Gunmetal Alloys £1318 Racingline lowering springs £228 Michelin PS4S tyres 245/35/R19 £740 Brakes EBC grooved and dimpled front discs £170 EBC grooved and dimpled rear discs £135 HEL blue braided lines £90 Ferodo DS2500 front pads £180 EBC Yellowstuff rear pads £70 Other Genuine oettinger rear spoiler £500 Genuine carbon fibre wing mirror covers £105 DS Fins rear diffuser £125 Racingline Billet Aluminium Fuel Cap £96 VAGsport extended wheel bolts £60 Forge 8mm rear wheel spacers £50 Focal iBus 20 subwoofer £200 Focal is165vw f component speakers £130 Focal is165vw r component speakers £130 Dynamat sound deadening Racingline replica paddles £20 Ghost 2 Immobiliser £449 Millers Nanodrive NT+ 5w40 every service Gloss black rear VW emblem EZMods Lapiz blue rear emblem underlay EZMods radar sensor decal EZMods front grille de-chrome I have the original exhaust, downpipe, intake, springs which the next owner can have if they choose. Labour cost not included in the prices above. As you can see I've spent a lot of money on this car using the best products and I haven't cut any corners. I'm 40 years old and my commute is on a smart motorway with speed cameras all the way so the car has had a very easy life and not abused. Mark Brown of Progressive Parts knows me and the car very well I'm I'm sure he can confirm the car has been well and truly pampered during my ownership. More information and photos can be found on my build thread on this site and also on my Instagram @dan_mk7.5r Based in Manchester, near Bury Price £26,999 or near offers

    £26,999

    - GB

  8. Racingline have an offer on throughout November if that's any good to you? It's currently £714 in total for both ECU and TCU.
  9. After reading through some of the other build threads on her I thought I would put my own up. I'm bit late to the party as I've owned the car for since February last year. I bought the car completely standard from a VW main dealer. The car is a 2017 MK7.5 R 5dr hatch DSG with 19" Spielberg alloys, DCC and 90% tints Here's the dealer photos of from the advert
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