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We need a club lupo quiz people...

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So who's gonna write some questions? Between everyone, we probably know everything about Lupos and Arosas.

But individually, who'd get most right? Rich, Silver, Pete and MattyB not allowed to enter :) Unless blindfolded. Hands only.

just some ideas???

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ID this part...

What is the most common cause of ....

What is this common part number for ....

Where was this part made ....

Which models have this ....

What's the difference between....

Who designed ....

What is this made of....

What fits into this....

What other car makes/models use this...

What are the origins of this part...

 

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Tbf it’s possibly be only the above ppl that would actually respond, not Ray though. Ignorant.

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Good idea though, wish we could ressurect the Nurburgring thread.

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1. How old is Ray?

2. How old is Frank?

3. How old was cherry when she lost it?

4. Add the above numbers together and divide by three, then theorise on how two become younger and one gains more respect in double digits.

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1)54

2)57

3)12-13

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still thinking on #4?

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I didn’t understand it...so I ignored it. 

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there's a nurburgring thread? oooh er. where? where?

the answer to 4. is herbie (not rides again...).

let me get my glasses. Argh, my knees. 

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I feel I’d join in but rather unwelcomely if there is such a word 

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ok, so i'll start... here's something easy. post your replies if you dare. can you id this object?! if it's blindingly obvious to you hold back as there might be an entertaining guess!

 

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It's a ballache.....

Sorry, ball joint.

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it isn't even a gti ball joint.

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what's that?

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Some sort of noise insulation foam, if I read the part number correctly 6E0 864 671 which supersedes to 000 864 663 which is a large square of foamy stuff......

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is that the bit that goes in the footwell, behind the pedals? Curious choice of a very obscure part. I like it! i'm not going to cheat and read the part number off etka...

Lower balljoint is correct of course for that pic I posted... 👏🏻

I'll have to find something much more tricky. something tiny me thinks... hmmmm.

 

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neither are right.

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Doesn’t that sit in between the back of the front wing near the bulkhead?

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I'm not accepting that.

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Why not?

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because it doesn't go near the wing.

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is it on all models? is the foam part of it or is that the remains of a bodgy fix... Looks a bit like the flap to access the air filter box under the front bumper (without the foam)...

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the foam is oem and it isn't a part from all models....

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ah, in that case, judging by the colour of the foam, it must be interior padding.... from around the edge of a seat or below a seat frame? Maybe some sort of seat/side airbag cover?

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nope, the side airbag has a cut out on the seat foam.

stops you from switching seat backs.

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