Model: Golf GTI Campaign
Model Year: 1983
Exterior paint: Diamond Silver Metallic
Interior trim: Striped Cloth Black / Silver
Engine Capacity: 1780cc
Service history: Part
General features shared with the standard MK1 GTI:
Flared mudguards with plastic flare edges/extensions.
Plastic front air dam spoiler.
Side stripe decals on lower door / rocker panel (black or silver, depending on car’s paint colour).
Red pinstripe frame around front grille. (Colour is “Mars Red”, code: L31B).
Matt-black decal surrounding rear windscreen (Note: not applied to cars painted Black or Helios Blue).
Black window frames (vs chrome strip on standard Golf).
“GTI” badge front LHS grille and “GOLF GTI” badge on rear RHS tailgate.
Some cars were fitted with a fuel cap with a spring loaded cover, known as the ‘valve tap cap’. Others retained the standard fuel cap.
185/60 x14 Tyres.
Additional information applicable to the Campaign edition:
Available in 3-door hatch body only.
Factory installed sliding sun roof.
Green tinted glass all round.
Matt black ‘A-pillar’ trims.
Four headlamp grille, consisting of standard lights (outer) and fog lights (inner).
6? X 14? Pirelli alloy wheels, fitted with 185/60 x 14 tyres. These are different to the Pirelli wheels applied to the Mk2 GTI. The Mk1 wheels have larger P’s. The gap between each P on the MK1 wheel is 7mm, whilst on the MK2 wheel it is 10mm). Further, the MK1 centre caps should have ‘Pirelli’ embossed on their face (blank on the MK2). Under the centre cap, a single “A” should appear at the end of the model code (MK2 rims have “AA”)
The car’s 1.8 litre engine uses a 5-speed manual gearbox and is mounted transversely driving the front wheels, unusual for VW at the time of the Golf’s launch.
The car is in fabulous condition, a testament to its 7 previous owners who have all clearly maintained it very well and kept the car in an original factory state. The mechanical elements perform like a car with half the miles. The interior is immaculate. The body work is arrow straight, with perfect shut lines, and the paint work has no major imperfections at all. The engine bay still retains much of its factory protective seal. Again, all good signs that the car has been owned by a series of enthusiast owners.
To prepare the car for sale, we have recently carried out the following work:
– Oil filter
– Air filter
– Fuel filter
– Spark plugs
Cam belt kit