Mk1 Golf Cabriolet Wheels

VW Golf Mk1 Cabrio Wheels and Accessories

VW Heritage can supply a comprehensive range of VW Golf Mk1 Convertible wheels, Including wheels for VW Golf Mk1 Cabriolet by Borbet, Lenso, Ronal, Rota, ATS as well as the VW G60 steels. We can also offer a range of VW Golf Mk1 spacers from 5 -25mm, and a selection VW Golf Mk1 Cabriolet hub adapters allowing you to fit Porsche, Mercedes, late 5 stud Golf amongst other wheels to your Mk1 Golf. A full range of VW Golf Mk1 Cabriolet wheel bolts, locking wheel bolts and wheels/tyre trims are also available.

VW Golf Mk1 Cabrio Wheels and Tyres

VW Heritage offer a wide range of aftermarket wheels for your VW Golf Mk1 Cabriolet, we supply brands including ATS, Borbet, Ronal, Rota and Lenso as well as offering the ubiquitous VW G60 steel, as well as our exclusive SSP Fuchs, in a variety of finishes including Polished, Chromed and detailed. For more information about VW Golf Mk1 Convertible wheels, please speak with one of our team either by clicking on the ‘live chat’ button or by calling our sales team on 01273 444 000.

VW Golf Mk1 Cabrio Wheel accessories

As well as all the wheels and tyres we list above, we offer a full range of VW Golf Mk1 Convertible hub adapters, allowing you to fit a wide variety of wheels to your Mk1 Golf Cabriolet, as well as spacers, in both standard, and hub-centric fitments. To complement these we can supply wheels bolts in locking, tapered and radiused formats. For those of you who are after creating more of a “retro” feel to your VW Golf Mk1 Convertible, we have a range of wheel trims, and white and redwall tyre trims available too. For more information about VW Golf Mk1 Cabriolet wheels and accessories, please speak with one of our team either by clicking on the ‘live chat’ button or by calling our sales team on 01273 444 000.

The Mk1 GTI (cont.)

September 1982 brought the GTI's first major engine change with capacity increased from 1588cc to 1781cc, whilst this had a negligible effect on overall power, torque was increased resulting in improved 0-60 times, and a marginally improved top speed. Interior wise, the MFA we've all come to expect in GTI's was introduced, essentially an on-board computer which could measure fuel economy, distance, fuel range, engine temperatures and external temperatures, it was pretty advanced for 1982!

 

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