Lovin the bus, but the mk1 is my area (see my resto thread)
You need to pay out 1200-1500 for a campaign with tax and test, 900-1000 for a series 2 with tax test, both will need work, prices are also slowly rising as I paid only £500 for mine with full MOT and 6 months tax, this was 5 years ago.
Rot wise mk1's, rear axle mount points, front inner arches, fuel filler and surround and under every wheel arch (as the plastic cover trap water/mud) the newest mk1's are now 26 years old, unless you find a City golf s/african import, these can still be found quite new.
Right then first i'll apologise for the lack of updates, i've been a tad busy doing "other stuff" i've done a few odd parts off the van over christmas and finally got back to the van itself last week, so watch this space........
Hey folks just dropping a line to say i'm still around and haven't given up yet, i deleted my photobucket due to login issues amd have now moved to Flickr, feel free to have a look through them @ www.flickr.com/photos/76757505@N02/ i plan to update the thread eventually. . . . .
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Feb 21, 2014 18:40:33 GMT 1
tariffresearch: Hello, I work as a user researcher for HMRC - I am hoping I can speak to people who have enquired about importing a classic car/ collectable item into the UK. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org and my mobile is 07825 543 188.
Jun 6, 2018 9:52:45 GMT 1
tariffresearch: It doesn't matter how experienced you are, novices are welcome - as long as you have looked into importing a car / or considered applying for a BTI (Binding Tariff Information application) - I am interested in speaking with you. Many thanks Cindy
Jun 6, 2018 9:54:10 GMT 1