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  1. Retro fit to early mk6 golf 
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    Hi all, Yesterday we collected a nice little 2009 1.4s mk6 Golf for the wife to learn to drive in and then use once she passes her test. It doesn't have a lot of kit on it and there's a couple of things i'd like to add to it, mainly parking sensors and i'd prefer if the rear windows are electric (5 year old is autistic and i'd rather windows were electric and switched off rather than remove the handle). I'd rather fit VW parts than aftermarket as i'd prefer the installation to look factory and neater, are these jobs doable or would it require major rewiring of the car?

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    my mate had golf and got 390,000 miles on the clock mk 4
     
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