This is entirely dedicated to the Vorsche. I have never worked on
or owned a MKII, so it was a learning experience. From the time the idea was conceived to the finished driveable car was 12
weeks. It was built entirely by me and my son, who had limited customizing experience. He has alot more now. We were
only able to work on this in the evenings and weekends. You will notice that I like to keep as much of the vehicle intact
as I can, cutting out only what is absolutely necessary. This will help keep the structual integrity intact and is very important
on a uni-body car. I utilize the original vehicle mounting points whenever possible because these were designed to be
the strongest points of the car. Before you cut out anything on a car think about how it is going to affect it. Safety is
the #1 priority.
We began with a pretty trashed Golf. The first thing we did
was to take it down to a shell. The spare tire well will need to be removed. The 944 rear suspension was raised
into place to see how it would fit. The curvature of the unibody matched that of the 944 mount points. I was in luck. I rotated
the forward mount of the golfs original axel mount 90 degrees and temporarily tacked it in position. The holes in the
mount do not line up with the 944 mount so it will need to be redrilled. Jack the suspension into position and start
taking measurements. These MUST be spot on. No exceptions.