Ye i know what you mean, the anni is a nice motor in standard form so
why buy it and mod it when you can just buy the equivalent standard
golf model and spend the extra cash u save and mod that to your taste.
Oh come on, Its only an Anniversary, Besides its done tastfully and he has kept the standard bits, Its not up to anyone what you can and cant do to your own car!!. Its reminding me of the time I owned a modified Corrado and certain sad members of the owners club had a go at me for modifying a rare car....get a life ,there is more important things to worry about
I think it looks individual, which i am sure in anyone's eyes this is important, because it stands out but the mods are subtle and i quite like the front bumper but i am a reiger fan but i have seen a lot worse.....remember each to there own!
personaly i agree with what most people have said, i think it looks
fine as it is. whats wrong with not wanting to look like everyone else.
would be a boring world if every golf was looking the same. this seems
to be a repetative subject on here about somehting diffrent.but even
most of you guys like reiger(spelling) stuff so i rele cnt see the
problem and it does look well looked after
I think it looks fine and dandy. gone to the trouble of a badgeless grill and a smooth job on the bonnet. End of the day its his car and his money. As for being an anni.................its only an anni ....not an enzo.
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