Golf Cabriolet 1979-92 Exhausts

VW Golf Cabrio Mk1 Exhausts

VW Heritage offer a wide range of exhausts for VW Golf Mk1, including standard exhausts from Ernst, and aftermarket systems and back boxes from Miltek as well as a range of UK made stainless VW Golf Mk1 manifolds and systems.

VW Golf Mk1 Cabrio Standard Exhausts

We offer a complete selection of standard exhaust systems and parts for your Mk1 Golf Cabrio, wherever possible we supply exhaust parts and systems from the German OE manufacturer Ernst, however where this is not possible we will supply the next best quality item, obviously making you aware at the time.

VW Golf Mk1 Cabrio Performance Exhausts

VW Heritage are proud to offer a range of performance exhaust solutions for VW Golf Mk1, allowing you to select components to suit your application. Alongside these we can offer a range of exclusive backboxes for Mk1 Golf Cabrio. We also supply our own range of stainless steel UK made systems designed to work with our manifolds, ideal for engine converted Mk1 Golfs such as Mk1 Golf 16v, and Mk1 Golf G60.

VW Golf Mk1 Cabrio Performance Manifolds

Handmade in the UK, VW Heritage performance manifolds for Mk1 Golf Cabrio are clearly in a league of their own. Perfect fit first time, every time, and come complete with the link pipe to mate with your existing system. The range fits all “big block” 8v Mk1s exc. Diesel, and for those of you converting to 16v power, there is a specially made manifold for this purpose, unlike all the other options available this item will work with both the shorter stroke motors, KR, 6A and 9A, as well as the tall block ABFs due to the scope for adjusting the height of the manifolds. And remember, if you have a query about any of our exhaust parts – or if you can’t find the part you require – just click on the ‘live chat’ button or call our sales team on 01273 444 000 at any time during UK business hours.

History Of The VW Mk1 Golf (Typ17)

Available in any colour so long as it was Mars Red, or Diamond Metallic Silver, customers were offered the choice of Schwartz Black soon after launch. The GTI was first granted a UK audience in late 1976, at the London Motor Show, where VW stated that there would be no RHD version, citing technical reasons as the reason, however you could import a LHD one as special order at a cost of £3,372.

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