VW Wassergekühlt Ersatzteile & Zubehor
The first watercooled Volkswagen was the VW K70, a model that came about after Volkswagen acquired NSU in 1969. Whilst VW K70 spares are tricky to come by these days, there are still mechanical parts that cross over with the later VW Golf and VW Passat which are readily available.
Whether you are searching for original Golf Mk1 parts to add some finishing touches, or you are embarking on a restoration and require Mk1 Golf parts from repair panels to interior, we can help. We have a team of specialists who themselves have first-hand experience working on these vehicles; we use this knowledge to ensure we stock the right VW Golf parts, and that we manufacture the Mk1 Golf parts we are unable to source.
It doesn’t matter if you don’t own a first generation Golf though, we are just as well equipped when it comes to supplying Mk2 Golf parts, and Mk3 Golf parts too. In fact, we even stock Golf Cabriolet parts, Caddy Parts, and have a selection of VW Scirocco parts on our shelves.
Our range has recently expanded to cover VW Corrado parts, and through our partnership with VW Classic Parts we can track down VW Passat parts, VW Sharan parts and VW polo parts to name just a few.
In 1991 the Volkswagen Transporter followed suit with a watercooled engine in the front; naturally we can supply a whole host of VW T4 parts, and we also stock the more modern VW T5 parts as well. As campervans go the watercooled VW versions are immensely popular, so you can only imagine the amount of VW Transporter parts we ship out every week.
Unsure of the watercooled VW parts you need, or can’t find them on our website? Contact us and we’ll do our best to find it for you.