1983 Volkswagen Golf MK1 3.5 Litre V8 RWD 250hp

Engine:
- 3.5-litre Rover V8 250hp
- Lightened & balanced rods
- knife-edged crank
- Skirted
- Lightened & balanced pistons
- Lowered deck heights
- ARP rod & main studs
- Comp Cams drag cam
- Shimmed rocker arms
- flowed Stage 3 heads
- Offenhauser inlet manifold
- Edelbrock 500 carburettor
- Custom tubular headers
- Custom side-exit exhausts with Playmini silencers & no balance pipe
- Forge Motorsport radiator & catch can
- Custom engraved rocker covers

Drivetrain:
- Rebuilt LT77 manual 5-speed transmission
- Custom prop shaft
- Escort Mk2 RS1600 rear axle
- Custom half-shafts
- Custom Mk1 hubs mated to BMW E36 M3 Evo hubs
- 3.9 final drive
- Skimmed flywheel

Chassis:
- Full custom chassis & floorpan
- Custom firewall moved 12-inches back
- Custom half cage with seat hoop

Suspension/Brakes:
- AVO coilovers with custom spring rates
- 4-link rear suspension
- Custom panhard rod
- Repositioned steering rack
- Extended steering column
- Rover PAS system
- Custom shortened suspension arms
- Ford Ka track rods & rose-jointed rod ends
- Original front CV joints with cups machined to suit BWM hubs
- TVR Cerbera pedal box
- BMW E36 M3 Evo front & rear brakes
- Line-lock & bias valve

Wheels:
- Custom BBS RS wheels: 16×9-inch (front), 16×10-inch (rear)

Exterior:
- Berg Cup-style arches
- Carbon fibre roof
- Carbon fibre front & rear bumpers
- Front lip
- Repainted in Mazda RX-8 metallic pearl red

Interior:
- Air-cooled Beetle dashboard extended to suit
- AutoMeter Pro-Comp & Sport-Comp gauges & shift light
- Kirkey Racing lightweight seat
- Simpson harness
- Custom hot rod fuel tank

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