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    Golf Mk 2 1990 1.8 GL - Light blue metallic

    Just wondered if anyone on this forum owns a 1990 GL 1.8 petrol Golf Mk2, pale blue metallic H313 LOB. I can see from the DVLA MOT history website that its taxed, has an MOT. It would appear to be in preservation as its only done 500 miles in the last 5 years. I became the 2nd owner of this Golf in May 1994, when it ahd done 38,000 miles, it was an emergency purchase that I kept for 1 year by which time it had done 59,000 miles. Brilliant car, I only sold it because as I injured my neck and couldn't get a suitably painfree seat position - should never have sold it.
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