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Nice Secure car
by modsaid from Alexandria, Egypt | December 14, 2009
I've an old 1994 Golf III 4 doors 1.4Lt engine.
The car proved to be a very solid solution. Bearing much heavy duty normally and very secure and safe in the minor accidents that it got involved in.
I had some issues with the electric circuits, but that was for the improper maintenance of the electrical components and the unavailability of the some proper replacement components in egypt.
Aside of that problem. When i'm on the road, behind the wheel of my dark Golf frined. I know i'm solid, stable and secure.