Browse our selection of VW Golf Mk1 cabrio Door handles, bonnet catches and boot locks online, all items are available in original factory finish, as well as some parts such as bonnet lifters being available in chrome.
Our VW Golf Mk1 cabrio trim and badges are produced by a VW OE supplier, and is exactly the same as the original items, we offer waistline trim, as well as a complete range of sill trims, and all the clips required to fit. Trims are available in clear anodised aluminium, or black. We also offer exterior mirrors for the Mk1 Golf, including chrome flag, black plastic flag type, and late model square mirrors. If you’re looking for VW Golf Mk1 GTI side and tailgate decals then you’ve found the right place. A wide selection of VW Golf Mk1 cabrio grilles are available in both OE, and debadged styles. Bumpers in both early style metal and later style plastic are also available, including our own exclusive range of UK chromed and Powdercoated series 1 bumpers.
VW Heritage offer a complete range of glass for the Mk1 Golf cabrio, side glass, rear glass, windscreens and quarter glass, as well as window seals, door seals, tailgate seals and sunroof seals. If you can’t find the parts you require, just click on the ‘live chat’ button or call our expert sales team today on 01273 444 000 at any time during UK business hours. You can also talk to us right now with our ‘live chat’ function.
VW Heritage offers a selection of hoods and hood bags for Mk1 Cabrio’s, there is a range of 3 different types of hood, depending on budget and preference. Sonnenland – German, as fitted to Porsche and Mercedes German O.E. – Made from original VW specification material Heavy Duty Vinyl – Manufactured by TMI and backed up by their worldwide reputation. Hood bags are available in Heavy Duty Vinyl or Sonnenland material. A range of hood spares are available too, including; hood clamps, hood clamp hooks, tensioning wires, hood padding kits as well as numerous other spare parts.
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