I can’t believe it, but Ed is selling his award-winning GTi 2.0T. This car practically has it’s own fan club on VWVortex. And yes, those are 19″ Maybach wheels filling the arches! A unique and powerful look. Read more about Ed’s GTi for sale on VWVortex:
quote from Vortex listing:
She has been a great car- no issues to speak of. All maintenance performed on time and with OEM or better parts (Oil changed every 5k with either Elf or Pentosin). My recent marriage has caused me to take a look at my priorities a bit, and unfortunately the GTI might not be best suited for my future plans.
I am including all of my modifications that I have done over the years, as well as all of the original parts I still have. Most of these parts were sourced through Hillside Imports of Portland, OR as well as much of the maintenance was performed there as well. I have receipts for everything (I think) which will be included in the sale. Please review the list of included items below.
There are many unique items on this vehicle that you wonâ€™t find on all the other vehicles you see out there. You can get a great car to just drive, or as a great platform to begin any additional projects.
I got my first drive in his car right after he had the Revo engine management software installed, and to say I was impressed was putting it lightly. Ed continued to tastefully upgrade his car using many European-market only specific parts that are difficult and costly to obtain. Parts that aren’t OEM are of only the best quality and execution. And if you weren’t already liking the sound of things, Ed is an obsessive compulsive automotive detailer. I would estimate he has probably two grand worth of Griot’s product in his garage at all times. And the GTi is always kept immaculate and polished as a result.
Obviously I’m doing my best to promote a close friends car. But it’s all true, and for $23k someone is going to get a well built, respected, show quality car.