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This VW Karmann Ghia is a Turbocharged Ice Scraper |
This Volkswagen Karmann Ghia dubbed "the Ghiaru" was once headed towards the scrap heap. Owner Mike McConnell saved it from death row and added some Subaru power in the trunk. Full Article: -turbocharged-franken-ghia-is-the-coolest-winter-ca r-ever Follow Driving! Twitter: Instagram: Facebook:

1966 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Restoration
This is a 1966 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia I recently did the finish body work and paint on. The sheetmetal replacement was performed by Kelly "Metwiz" Brown. Color is Porsche Guards Red. The car is going back to the owner for re-assembly. Music by The Wind-Ups.

Karmann Ghia 59 coupe - KG lowlight - quick checkup
Here is my unrestored lowlight ghia from 1959. While changing the rear left turn signal I took 10 minutes to quickly inspect the vehicle with my camera a share how that vehicle is surprisingly well preserved. There is no rust at all on that vehicle, and all of the original pieces on the vehicle are still there and operational.

VOLKSWAGEN KARMANN GHIA 1600 Cabriolet 1971 - Modest test drive - Engine sound | SCC TV
Recently we came across this beautiful Volkswagen Karmann Ghia 1600 Cabriolet 1971 at The Gallery in Brummen, The Netherlands. We took the car for a little spin! We love to hear your comments on our videos. Feel free to leave one! The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia is a sports car marketed in both 2+2 coupe (1955--1974) and convertible (1957--1974) body styles by Volkswagen. The Karmann Ghia combined the chassis and mechanicals of the Type 1 (Beetle) with styling by Luigi Segre of the Italian carrozzeria Ghia and hand-built bodywork by the 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 included the Type 14 in his list of the world's most beautifully designed products.[6] More than 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.