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Aftermarket part out T1

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Well, time to move on from the T1. Loved her very much but too many engine gremlins have caught up to me. Going to be trading her in in the next few days so I'm in the process of removing some of the aftermarket goodies and putting them up for sale. I'll have detailed photos very soon, just want to remove everything and clean them up good before I do. Everything will be obo plus any shipping and paypal fee's. Also more then welcome to pick up in Southern Maryland or I can meet you somewhat close.

Some of the items are:

T1 OEM Fender flares 10 piece set: $300
Brushed pedal caps - $45
WeatherTech all weather floor mats - $60
WeatherTech rain guards - $70
OEM taillights +08> (darker than 04-07) - $250
Lift Spacers (never got around to installing them) - $300
Thule basket w/spare tire holder - $250
Thule roof bars (only for vw's with non adjustable rails) with locks - $250
Badgeless grill (small slat broken but doesn't affect install or looks at all) - $30

Torn on the wheels just because I'm not sure what the next vehicle I'll get to replace this will be. They are made by fifteen52, custom drilled 5x130 bolt pattern, et 45 with the correct center bore. They took a long time to make and as far as I know, only the second set made to these specs (other set is the wheel company owners personal touareg)

18x9 Fifteen52 Turbo-Macs with 265/65/18 Goodyear Duratracs (2000 miles on wheels and tires) 5 total wheels and tires! (spare is scratched from the install guy :mad: but not hateful)
$1800 - will not ship these, they weigh a ton, haha!

And if anyone wants to offer better then the $3000 for it stock (or atleast) I'm going to get for the trade-in, more then welcome :)

Thanks for looking and I'll get the detailed photos up by this weekend!

You can get ahold of me here through pm, my email [email protected] or text 301-752-3859

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quick question (cause i can't send you a PM) and apologize for hijacking your thread..........

who do you use to repair your Treg? I'm in Waldorf and I'm trying to find a good shop.

any suggestions you could provide are greatly appreciated.
No problem at all, I'm in Waldorf also! Honestly, most of the work was done by myself and my husband. If there was anything out of our league or we just didn't have the time, there are 2 places we went to.

First is Blue Ribbon Welcome to Blue Ribbon Auto Service - #1 Waldorf Maryland Auto Repair - 20601 . Ask for Steve, great guy and great quality work at fair prices. They're more than capable for basic repairs.

If you have electrical or very complicated issues, I went to NGP . The down side with NGP though is that they're in Lorton, VA. But they are a great volkswagen resource and very familiar with vw's and can pretty much fix anything!

Hope this helps and hopefully we'll see you around town!

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