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My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Mon Jan 12, 2009 8:37 pm

My new daily driver a 2000 jetta 2.0, i now drive VW all the time yay!

CHeck out the Pics... (some are Aircooled vs Watercooled)
http://s369.photobucket.com/albums/oo133/59eurorag/Jetta/
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Re: My New Jetta

Post by 59suicide on Tue Jan 13, 2009 5:16 pm

haha nice, lookin like my driveway now Smile
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Re: My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Tue Jan 13, 2009 6:33 pm

yea except i didnt have the dough to get the gli so i settled for the 2.0 jetta
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Re: My New Jetta

Post by 57RTOval on Tue Jan 13, 2009 7:51 pm

Looks great, Michael!

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Re: My New Jetta

Post by rpm750 on Tue Jan 13, 2009 9:43 pm

Nice Water Boxer but......

I love the stance on that white bug, man that thing is sharp!!!
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Post by 59suicide on Tue Jan 13, 2009 10:03 pm

59 Euro Rag wrote:yea except i didnt have the dough to get the gli so i settled for the 2.0 jetta

Still looks good, do you have any plans for it? The bug looks BADASS!
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Re: My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Tue Jan 13, 2009 10:50 pm

Thanks guys, the bug has actually been lowered an inch in the rear since the last time i posted pics so be sure to check out all of the other pics, i'm also trying to work on my photo skills any comments or tips would be appreicated,

Joe, for right now its staying stock, being in college i hardly have enough dough to pay for the cars i have, much less the time lol, not to mention i have two other projects my 59 and my 77 doge truck, (keep in mind im only 18, and work at a burger joint ) but maybe (eventually) i'll put some 17s or 18s on it lower it bout 2" add a cold air intake and an exhaust. i really wanted a gli but who doesn't right? so i'm making this one work....
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Post by 71_georgia_beetle on Wed Jan 14, 2009 11:30 am

59 Euro Rag wrote: i'm also trying to work on my photo skills any comments or tips would be appreicated,
Here is a page from my site http://www.burelphotography.com/camera101.html
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Re: My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Wed Jan 14, 2009 12:01 pm

Thanks Scott, but i think your post is yet a tad complicated cuz im an extreme novice, and im working with a fiji j10, not the best start but i at least im trying i guess
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Post by 71_georgia_beetle on Wed Jan 14, 2009 9:41 pm

59 Euro Rag wrote:Thanks Scott, but i think your post is yet a tad complicated cuz im an extreme novice, and im working with a fiji j10, not the best start but i at least im trying i guess
Don't be fooled, some of my best prints came off an 8mp point and shoot.
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Post by 59suicide on Mon Jan 19, 2009 1:10 pm

59 Euro Rag wrote:
Joe, for right now its staying stock, being in college i hardly have enough dough to pay for the cars i have, much less the time lol, not to mention i have two other projects my 59 and my 77 doge truck, (keep in mind im only 18, and work at a burger joint ) but maybe (eventually) i'll put some 17s or 18s on it lower it bout 2" add a cold air intake and an exhaust. i really wanted a gli but who doesn't right? so i'm making this one work....

sell the dodge more money for vdubs
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Re: My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Wed Jan 21, 2009 3:53 pm

yea, no can do, it was my dads and he died when i was 2, so my plan is to eventually restore it, plus its not an average truck its a power wagon warlock edition, it has a non original 400 big block. 5.5 lift, 33 12.50s its pretty sweet i just gotta get my dubs done so i can work on it.

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Re: My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:30 am

i have done a few mods to my jetta lately so i figured i would show off a little... Laughing

first i painted some interior stuff to give it some contrast, (and because it looked really dirty! Wink )

A stock door panel



My new contrasted door panel...


then i aluminized all the chrome i could find...



yea even the e brake button...

finally fixed the climate control light, i couldnt find a bulb in canton small enough so i had to trim the bulb holder

Finally i added some clear bumper markers, best $20/5 min mod ever!

i also replaced the oil dipstick tube which was broken, vw disigners are smart but they must have had a brain fart, when they made it out of plastic! Shocked

hopefully soon i'll add some rs4 wheels, new exhaust, cold air intake, and coils, and paint the valences, atleast thats the todo list lol

edit: i also took the arm rest out, not really a great idea, you have to raise it everytime you put the e brake on...installed a tan block off plate
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Re: My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:41 am

well, after working on the oval constantly for 2 months, i finally got time to work on the jetta a for a bit. so, naturally i lowered it...via raceland coils.









i also took a little time to joey mod (black out the headlights)





and those are the best pics i have right now, cuz im in our nations beautiful capital, i finished lowering it 2:30 sat morning, got a shower took pics, then headed to D.C. next on the list is a k&n drop in filter, im looking for vw longbeach wheels, and finally an exhaust.

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Re: My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Thu Jul 23, 2009 7:11 pm

ok, since no one found the last post interesting I figured i get some better pics. i also added some new shoes i think it turned out pretty well, and i added a sub to enhance the musical experience lol. i need to get an alignment but the only place in town that could get it on their rack charges 70 bucks and it'll be extra cuz they will have to use shims to get rid of camber issues...

on to the pics...









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Re: My New Jetta

Post by laith on Sat Jul 25, 2009 12:38 pm

For an exhaust, get a Techtonics. I have had these on 3 different watercooleds and the quality is excellent. Not to mention great customer service. For those unfamiliar with the company, it was founded and is run by Darrell Vittone.

Jetta looks nice.
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Re: My New Jetta

Post by Cambur on Sun Nov 21, 2010 6:53 pm

Interior swap, I couldn't stand the tan any longer!
new black carpet
new gti seats,
everything else was dyed,

door cards recovered (will need recovering again Mad it has already started coming loose in a few small spots)





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