In addition, the GTI is not sold in Germany but in Spain. What may seem negative at first glance can also speak in favor of this GTI, because cars from Spain, Italy or the south of France are often less affected by rust or not at all due to the milder climate. This GTI should also be absolutely rust-free – according to the owner, all critical areas such as window frame, wheel arches, tank filler neck, tailgate, license plate recess and so on should be free of rust.
The Golf GTI is said to be rust-free
The 32-year-old GTI makes a well-kept impression in the pictures, but ultimately those interested should definitely take advantage of the offer to visit the Golf in Malage. It is nice to see that the Golf is largely in its original, untouched condition – something that is rarely the case with local 2-series GTIs.
The interior also seems to be in good condition. The dashboard is not cracked and the headliner is not sagging. Over the years, the front and rear seats have been fitted with protective covers. It would be interesting to know what the fabric underneath looks like. The radio is also no longer original, but these are small things.
Less nice: According to the advertisement, the clutch has to be replaced and the history of the Golf (previous owner, checkbook, no accidents) is not discussed further. Interested parties should definitely check again here.