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Chat about your MKIV (6N) Polo
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Post by stevebeard » Wed May 23, 2018 8:06 pm

hi all just got hold of this baby fsh any ideas or info would be great leave stock or improve
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Post by alexperkins » Mon May 28, 2018 12:06 am

Welcome

The polo 6k estate is a good reliable little motor. Keep on top of the maintenance and watch out for rust

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Post by stevebeard » Mon May 28, 2018 2:46 am

alexperkins wrote:Welcome

The polo 6k estate is a good reliable little motor. Keep on top of the maintenance and watch out for rust
cheers I will I'm well chuffed with it drives lovely

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Post by Exinferis » Wed Jun 13, 2018 6:05 pm

Ooh, lovely! Love that green!

I've got the hatch, but I put clear indicator and side repeaters and some smoked rears (from the 16V I think they were, so long ago!) on mine, along with some 15" Wolfrace rims with a lower profile than the stock. Just enough to give it a bit of personal character. Oh and I de-badged it just because I felt like it at the time. Otherwise, I just left mine pretty much standard. I know lots of people like to lower theirs, but the world is too full of "sleeping policemen" now so I didn't bother.

I think the 6N is just such a nice looking car that you don't really need to do anything with it other than keep it shiny!

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