Beetles at Budel! Internationaal Keverweekend 2010
Videoverslag van de 27ste editie van het IKW 2010.
Met oa. de buggybak en natuurlijk de sprint! Geniet ervan!
Video from the International Beetle Weekend at Budel.
With the buggypit and the sprint! Enjoy, rate and/or comment!
KLASSEN VOLKSWAGEN T5 Multivan VIP Luxus Exclusiv Business Van - Exterior and Interior Walkaround
KLASSEN VOLKSWAGEN T5 Multivan VIP Luxus Exclusiv Business Van - Exterior
and Interior Walkaround
KLASSEN Car Design Technology
Klassen Business Luxury Vans
Geneva Motor Show 2014
Salon international de l'auto de Genève 2014
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Volkswagen Jetta Removing Rear Door Lock Assy - Part 4
In this video, I go over the crappy service manual for the Volkswagen. Then
I show you all of the things that you're supposed to remove before you take
the inner door panel off. As you know, since my plastic rivets broke on the
bracket for the door locking module, I was able to get away from that.
However, I'm removing everything to show you the procedure. This will
include removing lock cylinder housing, removing door window, window guides
and quarter window frame. And finally, I believe we found the noise that
was coming from this side. Enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
V W Bus Show H D
The Orange County Transporter Organization Show
Angel Stadium of Anaheim, June 12, 2010
VW Golf Mk VII: What's Its History and Is It Any Good? - XCAR
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The Volkswagen Golf is, without doubt, one of the most iconic work horses
around. For nearly forty years it's been bimbling around our roads ferrying
families, middle managers, new drivers and... pretty much anyone, actually,
to their destinations.
It launched in 1974 as a successor to the Volkswagen Beetle. The Bug's rear
engine/RWD set up wasn't the most reliable of things and consumers wanted
something that was more likely to, erm, work. Using FWD knowhow from
recently acquired Audi, VW set to work designing its new do-all motor --
It had to look good, carry things and be fun to drive, you know... it had
to be the best thing since sliced bread AND not break. The car was an
instant hit with pretty much everyone and swiftly became an icon.
The thing about the Golf, see, is that it's classless. It doesn't matter
whether you're landed gentry or a knuckle dragger, behind the wheel of a
Golf everyone's the same. Being truly classless is a tricky thing to pull
off, but the Volkswagen's tactic with the Golf is pretty clever...
The Golf is neither boring or stunning, it's not flashy and doesn't look
like it'd be at home in a cork factory. It's not too expensive and not
underwhelmingly under-priced. Like Goldilocks' breakfast it's... just right
and accessible to everyone.
At least... that's classically been the case. What about the new Golf, the
Based on the VW Group's shiny new MQB platform, the new Golf offers
everything you could hope for -- tech, solid looks, efficiency, a fantastic
drive and, of course, a slinky VW badge to sit on your drive. Also, while
it may be criticised for being a bit 'boring', you have to admit that even
before you see the 'Golf' badge you knew exactly what car it was -- its
design DNA is very, very strong.
You don't have to drop that much cash on it either -- in the UK it starts
at just £16,285. In Stella Artois terms it's reassuringly expensive -- not
too much for the majority, not too little for the well to do.
That's what a Golf should be though -- not too much and not too little, the
perfect balance of price and ability. The new Volkswagen Golf will do very
well indeed and is a worthy successor to the car that launched nearly four
decades ago. Ignore, dismiss and mock at your peril...
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VW Classic 2010.wmv
Pictures of the VWClassic in Irvine California, the LVVWC PCH Cruise, Nicks
burgers, and various cruises during Classic Weekend 2010
VW 181 Engine Start-Up after Restoration
I spent about 1 year restoring my German Military 181. Body work, new
wiring loom (self-made), new paint, detailed interior and motor. This video
records the day when I started the motor for the first time. It took so
long to start the 181 up because all the gas lines were empty at the
beginning. You can see future pictures of the restoration on my other 181
video. Enjoy! Long live the air-cooled VWs!!!