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  • Driving down the Kings Road in my GTi, pulled up outside Henrys, this girl she said 'Hi'.

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  • I raced a Ferrari once at 3 am on the London-Portsmouth Rd with my Citroen BX19 GTi.

    [ferrari] why didn't they ask me

  • My 25-year-old Samsonite GTi hard-sided suitcase isn't working so well any more mainly, the layout makes it difficult to pack well with what I usually carry.

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  • Last week I got a pair of sport seats from an '84 Rabbit GTi.

    Itinerant Ian Detained in Maine

  • His seventeenth birthday present from his father was a second-hand Volkswagen Golf GTi in which he would learn to drive.

    WILLIAM

  • So you saved and strived and kissed ass to pay for that MRII or CRX or GTi, to hold on to some pitiful fantasy of your enduring virility.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • He climbed into his battered but adored old black Golf GTi, squealed the tyres, and headed out past the islands of petrol pumps and on to the slip road back towards the motorway.

    So long, and thanks for all the fish

  • Known in Europe as "youngtimers", models like the Golf GTi or the Mazda MX-5 still run well and, for many of their fans, also bring back some heady childhood memories.

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  • Few of its competitors can keep up when things get interesting and the GTi will remain flat and stable through most high-speed turns - more than enough for most drivers.

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  • The four-door GTi will seat five adults, but the guys in the back will be up close and personal, with little in the way of elbow room.

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