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hey everyone I was on the M6 the other day and bored as usual thinking what car to get next... i really want something small and fast

then it hit me, maybe in a couple years when I've got some money, i'll get a new engine in my fox and make it rear wheel drive haha!

This thread is all about imagination!!!!! What would your PERFECT fox be??

Mine would be lowered, faster, 4 wheel drive, nice set of speakers, wide body kit...

Maybe your perfect fox runs on LPG or diesel!! It doesn't have to be a cheap dream :D

Maybe, just maybe, your fox is perfect how it is - if that's the case share some details!

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...on a more serious note, if i had a fox, it would be LOW with some mega poke on the rear and some decent tuck up front, cambered of course. clean the rear, pop a rack on top, a nice retrim inside, no head rests no wing mirrors. PIMP!

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I'd have a fox cross decked on some 18" wires tucked all round

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just like this: foxcross.jpgB)

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3-19-07-fatal-1.gif

:lol: Sorry, had to do it!

The only Fox I've seen that I like is Luke's. (lukeslupo on here, had the yellow one)

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Oh noes Phil! A properly low Fox!

Definitely not lowered 35mm.

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loving that red one Phil, like Liam said nice to see one 100+mm

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Aye, it is quite nice.

It's on 16" Bora Steels with 195/40 tyres and Merc Hubcaps, and FK coilies.

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My dream fox would be this, http://s391.photobucket.com/albums/oo357/Neily_2009/

Lol its mine, but with coilovers, a red line on the grill (which i'm doin tommorrow), tints,

new leather golf seets inside, and a 1.8 gti engine out a new polo!

Would be nice!

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god damn that's nice. only need to lower mine and put new alloys on to make a replica!

Tints.jpg

edit: oh wait i've got front fog lights muhaha :P

Edited by Tatsumaru

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Is there anyone who have more pitcure of this?

Yeah, it is my car. What you looking for from the pics, al see what i've got?

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No it isn't. :wacko:

I think it was Matt who took the photos at that meet, I'll see if he has any more when Nordubs is back up and running after the server swap.

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Ill have a look, think I only took a couple though.

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Lacking vision tbh. Yeah the Fox is no patch on the Lupo, and the quality is definitely lacking in some areas, but they have potential.

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Lacking vision tbh. Yeah the Fox is no patch on the Lupo, and the quality is definitely lacking in some areas, but they have potential.

Yeah. If Luke can put his ideas into reality it'll be an awesome car.

They have potential, they just need some hardcore VW people to get stuck into them.

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Aye, it is quite nice.

It's on 16" Bora Steels with 195/40 tyres and Merc Hubcaps, and FK coilies.

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