Production of the Mark 1 Golf/Rabbit ended eons ago, right? Wrong. Much like the original Beetle, previous Golf generations lived on in the corners of the globe long after they were discontinued in Europe and North America. Case in point? The first generation Golf was phased out in 1984, but assembly continued in South Africa, where the older Golf was known as the Citi Golf. In recent years, the Citi Golf received a number of styling cues applied to later Golfs, including monochromatic flared fenders and rockers, smoothed bumpers, new aluminum wheel patterns, and an updated interior. Production ultimately ended in late 2009, and a special-edition model called the Mk 1 added a lowered suspension, 15-inch aluminum wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and rocker sill stripes. Only 1000 Mk 1 special-edition models were built.