Stock '74 VW Bug Drag Race

I took my completely stock 1974 vw bug to the NW VW Bug in at Woodburn Dragstrip in Woodburn Oregon and raced in the Sportsmans class. This was my very first run on the track that day.

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More videos on http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEA283B183970DB7A CLASH supports : Marius Hesleskaug Marius Hesleskaug and Clash work together to bring you some great videos. If you want more, spread the word and share the video ! About the director: " I´m a 26 year old amateur filmmaker from Norway, that has a huge interest in motorsport. I started out with my first videocamera two years ago. And now I have a Sony PMW Ex1 and a Canon 7d. Over the years the norwegian motorsport scene has mostly been Rallying but in the later years drifting as grown as a sport as well. I have startet a website called www.autobloggen.net to contribute as much footage from the track as I can. Hope you like my videos. " Follow me?: Facebook www.facebook.com/autobloggen.net Twitter www.twitter.com/autobloggen_net website www.autobloggen.net"





1966 Volkswagen bug and 1973 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Drag Racing (1)
Friday night at racelegal.com drag racing 3-23-2012 karmann ghia and volkswagen bettle The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia is a 2+2 coupe and convertible marketed from 1955 to 1974 by Volkswagen -- combining the chassis and mechanicals of the Type 1 (Beetle), styling by Luigi Segre of the Italian carrozzeria Ghia, and hand-built bodywork by German coach-builder Karmann. The Karmann Ghia was internally designated the Type 14. Volkswagen later introduced a variant in 1961, the Type 34 -- featuring angular bodywork and based on the newly introduced Type 3 platform. Production doubled soon after its introduction,[5] becoming the car most-imported into the U.S.[5] American industrial designer Walter Dorwin Teague selected the Type 14 for his list of the world's most beautifully designed products.[6] Over 445,000[3] Karmann Ghias were produced in Germany over the car's production life -- not including the Type 34 variant. Karmann Brazil produced 41,600 cars locally for South America between 1962 and 1975. The Volkswagen Beetle is a compact car manufactured and marketed by Volkswagen introduced in 2011 for model year 2012 as the successor to the New Beetle featuring a lower profile while retaining an overall shape recalling the original Volkswagen Beetle.[1] The Beetle is longer than the New Beetle (now 4,278 mm (168.4 in) and sharing the A5 (PQ35) platform with the current Volkswagen Jetta. It also has a lower profile, being 12 mm (0.5 in) lower than its predecessor and is wider, being 88 mm (3.5 in) wider. The boot is now 310 L (11 cu ft), up from 209 L (7.4 cu ft). The second generation Beetle will be built alongside the Jetta at Volkswagen's plant in Puebla, Mexico.[2] Although early production versions in both Europe and North America have arrived with WVW VIN numbers, indicating German production. Volkswagen projects that a convertible version will follow the coupe in 2012.[3] A performance version, called Beetle R, is projected to follow later





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