1988 Volkswagen Cabriolet Golf AZUR EDITION
Vinyl convertible top
Color-matched mirror housings
Azur decal on rear quarter panels, behind doors (Canada)
14" Avus alloy wheels - SNOWFLAKES
New Paint on all lower Trim
Original body still MINT
Clean up, Not an Accident
Motor & Transmission 30 Mpg on Hwy
JH engine with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection
3 spd Automatic Transmission, trans code TNA
FWD Independent Suspension
Interior & Electrical
Front sports seats with height adjust RECARO (Euro Special: leather)
MFA instrument cluster with DX engine (Euro Special)
Leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift boot
Stereo CD AM/FM Radio
NO RUST in floors
Garage kept Cherry
Cooling System & Fuel Delivery
New sending unit (15/07/17)
New in tank fuel pump (15/07/17)
New Fuel Filter (15/07/17)
New Oil Filter
Radiator - no leaks
Cooling Lines Replaced
2x over the Hump to Port Alberni, perfect temps (Okanagan ready)
The Mk1's overall look but a 1988. The Mk2 Golf featured a 1.8-litre 8-valve fuel-injected engine from its launch, with a 16-valve version capable of more than 220 km/h (140 mph) being introduced in 1985 and anti-lock brakes (ABS).
The Mk1 Cabriolet was continued over the Mk2's entire production run. 1974 - 1992 (Parts)
1988 Cabriolets seem to last forever, part of that durable German engineering, and most owners agree that they're fun to drive, not only because of the open top, but because of precise, spritely handling. They're great on the highway or just for making the scene around town, and the front-wheel drive is amazingly good on snow.
Gently driven in the Summer time. I'm retired and need some money, letting her go.
don't dick me too hard but negotiable. The two-door convertible is pure fun.
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