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1960 VW Engine Starts After 35 Years
Found this very solid 1960 bug on Craig's List. Has original 36HP engine and 88K original miles. I am now the proud 2nd owner 50 years later.





Rod Richardson Black Chopped VW Beetle on Dyno - 2276cc
Rod getting 162.8HP on the Dyno





An abrupt end to the 1962 VW project
I spent the morning working on trying to free up the rear wheels. Heated them, soaked them in oil, and yarned on 'em till I was sore. Then I thought of a wonderful solution! hahahaha.. Now on with the rest of my life..





Crash Test a 200km/h
Focus jogado contra um bloco de concreto a 200km/h. Matéria completa no primeiro episódio da vigésima temporada do Fifth Gear.





Modified Volkswagen Beetles
a brief video on some really messed up volkswagen beetles, some of them cool, some of them funny, and some of them just plain weird...I hope you enjoy!





SMART car crash (TEST)





EURO ESCARABAJO BY YESUS
VW Sedan Propiedad de Yesus miembro del Volks Gdl (Guadalajara Jalisco México)





Monster Beetle
Will this bug float? You dont want to miss this next contestant try in a ATV http://youtu.be/UM4C1O6soyA





Pulling the VW bug out of the grave
I kind of think it'd be a hoot to make this thing run under it's own power and drive it around looking just about like it does now.. hahahah.





RX8 last moments
*** Please read this before commenting or judging *** Pictures references : http://www.rx8club.com/album.php?albumid=2545 Street View of the road : http://goo.gl/maps/m5n9v Car physics (around 1:25 for weight transfer) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMwG0CyXMi4&feature=player_detailpage#t=87s I'm posting this link because a lot of people were commenting that a car weight would not shift to the front when decelerating. This video was taken on the A327 near Mont-Tremblant. It just happens that for this road trip I decided to put the GoPro on, just for fun, just to film the twist and turns on one of the few nice roads that we have in Quebec. I normally drive carefully, as I am long past the age where I was reckless, but this time, with the influence of my friends we decided to be a little bit more "adventurous". Very stupid decision, I didn't know the road, new suspensions adjustments were made especially for track event planned for the week after. So, in short, it was a stupid decision to drive that fast, there are race tracks everywhere just for that purpose. For those people that think they would do better, that their car can beat the crap out of the RX8 and the Boxster, how bad I am at driving and so on, don't bother leaving a comment. You probably have better ways to waste your time. The main reasons why I decided to post this video are 1: Hey, I happened to capture a major accident, that's not something that happens too often and 2: Some lessons have to be learned the hard way. I did, so there is a chance that some people would understand that driving recklessly on a public road is totally stupid. It's dangerous for your life and the life of others. Even if you're the best driver on the planet and that you have the best car available, there is still a chance that you could make a mistake or simply that someone else would come the other way while you are crossing that nice yellow line in the middle of the road. The car was totaled and replaced it with a SUV and two motorcycles (Ninja 650r and a Ducati Streetfighter) EDIT: This is not bragging, it's just that I receive so many question about what replaced the RX8 Pictures references : http://www.rx8club.com/album.php?albumid=2545 Street View of the road: http://goo.gl/maps/ameJO





Old vs New: 2012 Volkswagen Beetle
We compare the design of the all-new 2012 Volkswagen Beetle to that of the original icon. Shot by: Duane Sempson Edited by: Duane Sempson





Abandoned Classic Cars Part 2
Hi, please check out my new youtube account The link is here http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSfHx2aVJH-6d6RachGF1fA there will be no classic cars anymore. Sorry :(





how long does a vw beetle float? Just watch!
Wanna have the DVD? Visit http://www.painteddesigns.nl In July 2007, I received an email from Lew Wood, the actor who appears in this commercial. He tells: I am the guy tha D-D-B chose to be the spokesman for that famous "Floating VW" TV commercial in June , 1972. My name is Lew Wood, and I was doing commercials and V/O's in NYC when I was booked for the job. We shot it at a launching ramp in Stamford, CT on LI Sound. The production crew was Horn-Greiner. Director Norm Greiner. D-D-B's creative director was Tom Yobaggy. And even Mr. Bernbach was on the location! They hired a stuntman to drive the VW into the water. However, Norm Greiner suddenly woke up to the fact that I had to deliver that last line "Now, what other car gives you this kind of quality at this kind of price?" from the car! I said, "Norm, I'm a sailor, I'm at home on the water. I'll drive it in!" I splashed it three times. (We used three identical Beetles, all burnt orange in color. Splashed two of them alternately, the third never got wet and was used for "beauty shots." Swimmers went in to tow them back to shore after each take. We all thought our commercial would win the "Clio" that year, but the "Snowplow" commercial took the prize. However, the residuals were nice! After many years of searching for a 1972 Super Beetle in burnt orange with NO RUST, I finally found one a few years ago in Vista, CA, and snapped it up. I now proudly drive around town frequently and get admiring looks. Now, you know "the rest of the story!" Lew Wood died in August 2013, at the age of 84 years. This commercial has a surprise in it. At the and you can watch a beetle being driven into the water. Funny is the text in the commercial says: allthough the beetle does definately float, it will not float indefinately. Fun! From the DVD 'Legend on wheels'. Wanna have this DVD packed with 2 hours of high quality digitally remastered old vw commercials? The DVD really brings you back to the '60s and '70s. Send an email to: beetlejuice150@hotmail.com





Route 66 Bug - Part 1 - VW Käfer - Beetle - Airride from Streetec
The Beetle in Route 66-Look with Airide and Body-Drop from Streetec! Yes, he lives... :-)





VW Split window
collection of splits





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1961 Volkswagen Beetle Sedan: 8.670 @ 162.000
Dean, Engine: vw, Turbos: garrett


1950 Volkswagen Beetle Pro Turbo Bug: 8.876 @ 160.200
Leif, Engine: vw flat four 2400cc, Turbos: Single T66 Tires: M/T


1957 Volkswagen Beetle : 9.020 @ 0.000
Rich "Vdub" White, Engine: 2332, Turbos: cb intercooled Tires: 135's and 8 inch sli


1956 Volkswagen Beetle : 9.040 @ 150.830
Jerry Matsko, Engine: 2276 cc, Turbos: 1 big garret turbo Tires: M&H front runners and slicks


1970 Volkswagen Beetle 1300: 9.070 @ 155.710
Robert Jongen, Engine: Subaru EJ20, Turbos: GT4293 Tires: Hoosier 26x9.0x15


1965 Volkswagen Beetle : 9.513 @ 135.650
Sam Young, Engine: Electric, Tires: M&H Drag Slicks & Front Runners


1963 Volkswagen Beetle : 10.000 @ 139.000
Lance Gregory, Engine: 2295cc, Turbos: T4


1956 Volkswagen Beetle Sedan Garrett GT3076R Turbo: 10.410 @ 131.000
Dean, Engine: 2180 Type 1 (131 cu. in.), Supercharger: N/A Turbos: Garrett GT3076R Tires: M&H 22/3.5 FT; Hoosier 9.0x15's Rear


1965 Volkswagen Beetle : 10.870 @ 121.566
Michael Meyer, Engine: NA - 2387cc, Supercharger: na Turbos: na Tires: mt 8 wide


1964 Volkswagen Beetle 1: 10.920 @ 128.000
mike mullins, Engine: 138ci aircooled, Turbos: T04


1969 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.200 @ 102.000
Chris white, Engine: 3256cc stroker, Supercharger: none Turbos: none Tires: 215/60/17


1970 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.500 @ 117.890
rafi pro, Engine: 1835, Tires: 26.7


1967 Volkswagen Beetle type1: 11.560 @ 109.000
Glynn, Engine: 2165cc, Turbos: switzer s1 Tires: pheinix


1951 Volkswagen Beetle Split Window Standard: 11.599 @ 113.920
Michi Graf, Engine: Wankel 13 B N/A, Supercharger: no Turbos: no Tires: M+ H 26/6-15


1965 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.600 @ 112.240
Mark Herbert, Engine: VW 2332cc, 140ci, Tires: 145/15 klebers and 8


1956 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.760 @ 111.990
Jerry Spearn, Engine: 2387cc, Supercharger: no Turbos: no Tires: firestone 26 x 6 slicks


1961 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.800 @ 112.800
James Lutz, Engine: Horizontal air coole, Tires: Firestone Slicks


1970 Volkswagen Beetle : 11.880 @ 108.970
Tim Shockency, Engine: 2332cc,


1966 Volkswagen Beetle type 1 bug: 11.960 @ 107.000
gary, Engine: 2332cc 4cylinder, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: n/a Tires: 8in firestone slicks


1956 Volkswagen Beetle : 12.180 @ 114.450
Jerry Spearn, Engine: 1996cc, Supercharger: NO Turbos: NO Tires: firestone


 


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