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Bravo (Classic) 1.6 sx from holland

Introduction

A short introduction of my bravo:

Bought it with a broken cam belt, which resulted in 8 destroyed valves. I only just turned 18 then so it was no problem, enough time to fix this problem.
After that was fixed i started to make it look right, first a general wash and polish:
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after that I got to work on the oxidated wheels, I wanted something special so they were painted in red and black. Also i found an original Eibach lowering kit on the attic so that was also thrown on the bravo (meanwhile I got my license)
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A lot of other little mods were done like painting the door mirrors and placing coupé badges on the door plates:
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After a year or so i got bored with my old wheels so i bought a nearly perfect set of 15" deltaHF wheels. only problem was that they were powdercoated while i like the original polished look, so on came the sander and the polished and they were resorted in (almost) their original glory. It's is a lot of work (I wont do this twice :eek:) so at the moment only 3 are completed and 2 are mounted on the car. To support the look of the wheels I bought a 2nd hand kw variant 1 kit.
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Between the sanding and polishing i also found time to mount a complete (even the aluminum support behind the dash and passenger airbag) interior of a 98' GT.
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I probably forgot something I've done but these are the main modifications I've done to the car.
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