Russell Robson
Great website. If you own a Bus, Van, Beetle or a Golf. No less than 5 separate Mk lists for the latter. I do feel, as a Mk2 Scirocco owner, that more could be done to provide a more tailored set of spares for this increasingly forgotten type. Yes, it shares the same chassis as the Golf, but that is where the similarities end. Trying to find panels, seat cloth and body trim strips are near impossible. My wish list? Just a Catalogue Download specifically for the Scirocco. Page 50 onwards doesn't exist for the average Mk1 or 2 ~Scirocco. I thought I'd hit pay dirt yesterday when I partially found my 1982 XK trim code GL cloth: https://www.werk34.de/en/upholstery-fabric-grey-black-for-example-at-golf-ii-carat-scirocco-base-price-49-28-eur-per-m2-34-23765.html Just my luck they don't supply the surrounding plain grey velour which is what I need. I do understand there is only a handful left on the road.... but it's like trying to find the Holy Grail!! It's why you are seeing an increasing amount of Scirocco owners resorting to DIY fixes like Dreadnaught customs for everyday common parts that are just not available. Like parcel shelf clips. Also, I just don't understand why, as a 'heritage' site you offer a Webber carb 'upgrade'. As my own Mk2 has this 'upgrade' done before I owned it. It isn't an upgrade. I spent £275 on a rolling road tune, jets changed, by a pro carb shop and they couldn't get it to run right. My FR engine came out with 85BHP and the best we could get was 74 BHP from the Webber. It's a pig to start at the best of times. I'll be visiting Bromyard VW cap and original Pierburg 2B5 in hand to have it restored and re-fitted. Perhaps a 'links' section on your website to small companies like this? Sorry, I've given you a battering which you don't deserve. It's more frustration on my part. The service you do provide is fast and with quality parts so thank you for helping keep all these great vehicles roadworthy. Of course I will keep ordering from you. I love my Rocco!! Least we forget, the Golf wasn't the first hot hatch at all. It was the Mk1 Scirocco. ;) Thanks Russ
1 year ago
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