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Download our 20th Anniversary Poster

We’re really spoiling you here – and maybe labouring the 20th Anniversary point – but you can now download the PVW pull-out poster, also available in the October issue, which hits shelves tomorrow (Thursday 8th). Just click on the image below...

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20 Years of PVW: 2000

Hans Dahlback’s Mk4 – possibly PVW’s best feature car ever? This Mk4 had a 900bhp Audi Quattro 2.1 engine mounted in front but longitudinally, four wheel drive and 10×19 Racing Dynamics wheels. It was basically a Group B rally car...

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20 Years of PVW: 1999

Bini Yousaf – AKA ‘Mr 90s Mk2’ – was the guy who pioneered the Brit-look for Mk2s back in the day. This is actually the same car that made the cover of the April ’98 issue, except it was yellow back...

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20 Years of PVW: 1998

This lime green Mk1 GTi was built by the famous DubSport who were THE name back in the 90s/early 2000s. It was twin engined – yep, twin – packing one 2.0 16v in the front and one in the back....

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20 years of PVW: 1997

Richard Baron, who would go on to form Venom Motorsport (parts supplier) which is going strong today, has had plenay of of feature cars over the years. This Corrado was the first properly ‘low’ Corrado – a look which at the...

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20 Years of PVW: 1996

Reminiscing back 20 years to the very first issue of the mag takes a bit of brain strain – its been a long time. But thankfully, thanks to the joys of computers, which have come on a bit since then,...

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Gallery: Worthersee 2016

What is there left to say about Worthersee that we haven’t said before? Look at this way, imagine you had to describe your average car show to someone who’s never been to one before, how would you do it? “Right,...

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Latest Product Round-up

MK1 R32 Made Easy Following on from its popular VR6 Conversion Kit, Eurowise has just released a package that allows you to easily drop a 24v R32/R36 engine in to your Mk1 platform car – both left and right-hand drive....