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Peninsula Automotive 11th Annual VW Jam carshow Engine Blow

Peninsula Automotive 11th Annual VW Jam carshow held on September 11, 2011 in Campbell, CA (San Jose/Silicon Valley area). Another engine blow which this one punch some holes through the top of the engine case. An oil relief plug worked its way loose and got flung out by the crank pulley onto the ground around the 2:43 mark.


 


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