Location Michigan Engine: 2 Liter Passat Engine, Rebuilt & Internal
parts Balanced; Lighten Flywheel , Tectonics Camshaft , Pacesetter
Header with 2 1/2 exhaust plumbing with a performance Cat & CIS
Fuel Injection Stats: 165 HP, / 175 FT LBS of torque. 0- 60 MPH in
6 Seconds . Top speed 110 MPH @ 5500 RPM , 25 MPG If driven sanely
! Brakes : Passat front Disc , Audi GT rear Drum, 15 Aluminum Rims
with 195/50 Nitto performance tires. Body : Front Air Dam : Rear,
Deck Lid Wing with Pusher Box Aero Dynamics. Front and Rear
European Bumpers. Transmission: GTI Close Ratio 5 speed with new
Drive Axels Suspension : Front and Rear H & R Springs with
Billstien Gas Shocks. Front & Rear Stabilizer Bars . Front & Rear
Stress Struct tower Bars Interior : Recaro Seats done in Black
Velvet with Ostrich side boosters . Side panels done in black vinyl
& floor done in black carpet. Dash has no cracks and sports full
instrumentation. Sound system is a Kenwood Radio with CD player,
front & rear speaker system with power booster. When restoration
was started in 1997, the car had just under 100K miles on the
odometer. The car was completed in year 2000, so the odometer shows
130K miles. The car weighs in at 2020 LBS. and would run away from
any early model 356 or 911 Porsche! - AM/FM, Leather Interior
Surface - Contact Danny Perez at 785-770-5199 or
[email protected] for more information. -
1980 Volkswagen Scirocco
Interior Color:Not Specified
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