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Ok.

 

So i got asked a queston from another enthusiat about how many lupo gti's came to the UK. Now we know this number is around 950ish. However how many of each colour. I do know the following

 

5 In laser blue

77 in raven blue

 

Also there is no real number of colour concepts there are. I do know following

1.4s (blue interior) 2

1.4 sport (blue interior) 2 (Kam's and another that was on here)

Gti (blue interior) 1

1.7sdi (yellow interior) 1

1.4 sport (yellow interior) 1 (ex press car)

 

A couple of red ones came to the UK too but i don't have numbers for these. If anyonecan fill in the gaps that would be great.

 

Many thanks

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AFAIK GTi's never had the Colour Concept option, so that one you mention with a blue interior must have had the seats added afterwards.

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I have one sorned vin......

I have one sorned car.

That's all.

I've broke about ten.

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Is there still any money breaking cars? (As in enough to make a living and pay off a mortagage) I still do it for pocket money or when I get bored. I'd say maybe £1k for all the bits/metal for just about any older vdub these days.

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13 hours ago, LR5V said:

According to how many left they think there is 550 on the road and 250 Sorn'd - much of the latter by @Rich

The 150 apparently been scrapped and broken up - but his doesn't sound right

Not quite what i am after. As in how many of each colour is more what i would like.

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7 hours ago, mk2 said:

Is there still any money breaking cars? (As in enough to make a living and pay off a mortagage) I still do it for pocket money or when I get bored. I'd say maybe £1k for all the bits/metal for just about any older vdub these days.

No, unfortunately you need a job to do that.

Hence no time to break cars these days 

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