Vee Six Vee Dub- 1991 VW GTI 3.6
The second generation of the VW GTI soldiered on until 1992 in the USA. The later MK2 cars benefited from a roarty 16V 4 cylinder engine which made a respectable 134 hp. Today’s GTI rewrote the playbook for what can be done with one of these cars. It’s close to 300 hp 3.6 V-6 engine comes from a late model VW CC and has cool custom touches everywhere you look. The custom GTI modifications are so well executed that it is hard to believe there is a reasonable asking price. In the metro NYC area, there are tons of slammed VW’s with stretched tires that literally are on different planet than this beast. Find this 1991 VW GTI for sale in Lake Hopatcong, NJ for $9,800 via craigslist.
The seller should be commended for providing a ton of useful information about the car. Here is what they had to say:
– Complete respray in alpine white (L90E)(2013)
– Factory 16v flares & front lip
– New side skirts
– New fog light housings
– Smoked FK blinkers and bananas
– Smoothed wiper hole in hatch
– New windshield all glass has been polished smooth to remove road
debris and hard water stains
– New 4-cyl mk3 100mm axles, bearings
– Drilled/Slotted rotors
– Hawk pads
– New SS lines
– Running Techtonics 4 lug to 5 lug adapter kit with the 54 calipers.
– Jom coilovers suspension
– BBR RS-GT forged 2 piece 17×7.5 35ET 205x40x17 Toyo tires
– Mk2 Gti recaros front and rear
-Aim Sports Mxs Strada instrument cluster
-Aim Sports GPS antenna
-Iron Canyon fuel level module
-Momo steering wheel
– Recovered headliner
– Parcel tray and speaker shelves are matching and not cut out.
– Black hatch carpet is neat and clean not torn or rotten
– Votex center console
-VW Lupo cup holders
– Duo style gauges that are made for the mk2 switch blanks: oil
pressure, volts, and temp mk2 16v
– 2015 VW CC 3.6 engine 12k miles
– Porsche Cayenne Intake manifold
– CCM O2A VR6 transmission
– United motorsports Ecu tune
– New Clutchmasters stage 3
-reinforced clutch fork, new master and slave cly
-02j shiftbox, cables & shift tower
-Dieselgeek sigma five short shifter
Oil cooler is from an 2007 VW Passat 3.6
Oil filters are from 2007 VW Passat 3.6 so that’s what’s needed during oil change intervals
New heater core and condenser new evap valve and evaporator new AC
compressor blows 40 degrees on a 90 degree day in traffic.
I have been running 93 Octane
-United Motorsports software on the ECU
Oil has been full synthetic 5W40 Castrol
Diff fluid is 75w-90 Amsoil synthetic.
The Duostyle gauges are hooked up and functioning.
The fan switch for rad fans is set to 78c so it comes on early which I
like for hot weather traffic. Has a low temp Tstat as well. Still get
great heat in the winter. Heater core and AC parts are all NEW.
Front brakes, uses the TT 4×100-5×100 hub adaption.. if you gouge or
wreck a rotor you will have to get it from TT. pads are the 97-99
jetta/golf GLX pads all the way around. well they are Hawk pads but
thats what youll need to order. new wheel bearings all the way, new
ebrake cables, new strut mounts, ect.
built on 8-1-91, sold 12-16-92 from Ganley VW in Parma, OH, to a customer from university heights, OH 🙂
CCM O2A the gear ratios were=
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th R&P
Bravo to the seller for putting this car together. The digital gauge cluster, Recaros, meaty steering wheel all do their part to make comfy cockpit to row throw the gears. The only thing that could improve the listing would be a youtube link for some sound clips.
See a better executed hot hatch? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cory just picked up a 2002 Honda Civic Si for a new daily driver.
Good point, hear the engine = buy the car
300 bhp and FWD? Better eat your Wheaties….
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It is so well done!
This VW modder must have been born with a genetic mutation – No Stretch, Poke, scrape, dope, Vape, hardwood floors with airbag tanks, stuffed animals, stickers, laced, ratlook, saawblades, fluorescent wheels, jawbreaker paint, and don't forget the "shocker" sticker
Yes some gray matter was used to complete this I agree very well done !