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Kevberlin last won the day on November 28

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    2000 Lupo 1.0E 2012 VW T4

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  1. Make: VW Lupo Model: 1.0 MOT: September 2021 TAX: n/a Engine size: 999 Fuel type: Petrol Description including modifications: Rust free and original inside and out. No sign of ever having accident damage or paint repairs. Unmarked Lupo 14inch Special Edition alloy wheels with recent tyres. Last serviced in 2020 at 34075 miles. Cam-belt and water pump replaced. at 34075 miles. Gearbox oil changed at 36455 miles. New OE hatch struts fitted. Refurbished period Blaupunkt radio installed MOT expiry September 2021 Drives excellen
  2. All the information you need is to be found by just entering your car details onto the below excellent website. Good luck https://www.wheel-size.com/ Kev
  3. I like those pictures of the duo together. They look great.
  4. I had a similar problem with my 2000 Lupo. This thread may assist you.
  5. It’s “beloved”, but clearly not that beloved!
  6. My 1.0 E cost £215 for cam belt and water pump at my excellent local VW independent. My old Fabia VRS came up at about £280, two years ago.
  7. Will Polo window winders do the job, or are they a different fixing?
  8. Year 2000 Lupo 1.0 with 36.5k miles
  9. Nice one Mickster. Probably the best colour too. Hope it serves your sister well.
  10. Gearbox oil change resulted in significant improvement. All sorted thanks.
  11. Skezza. Thanks for that. I will get it sorted.
  12. My 2000 Lupo 1.0 has 37k on the clock. There is no service history. I did the cambelt and engine oil a few months back. I keep thinking I ought to change the gearbox oil. The box seems fine albeit occasionally slightly notch. Should I make this oil change a priority? Thanks.
  13. Result then and a good pointer for the rest of us. Glad it was a simple “fix”.
  14. Mick, See below for a reply I made to another query on the Fox. It may assist: There are two basic Fox variants. The 1.2 three cylinder and the 1.4 model. The 1.2 is the much more economical car. i have owned three of the 1.2 model, covering about 80k miles. They have proven to be more or less trouble free. It’s a good, practical workhorse, but built to a budget. There is plenty of front tyre noise in the cabin and performance is adequate. The gearing means that the car will go most places in 4th and 5th gear. Motorways are no problem but petrol consumption dips if you get too e
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