1981 VW Rabbit Diesel LS Mk1 low 37,000 miles
Here is my 1981 VW Rabbit Diesel LS with about 37,000 original miles. My
dad purchased it from the original owners daughter about 8 years ago. The
original owner was an Army Colonel and lived on an army base. He was
usually chauffeured around the base, and only drove the car when he was on
leave. The car is not perfect, but is an honest original example, with
original paint and interior.
VW Rabbit MK1 Custom Restoration
VW Rabbit Restoration, Metalwork By: Tahi Zedraz performed at Graveyard
Classics of Hollywood Florida. Video for Educational Purposes.
83 VW Rabbit GTI
A little tour of my Mk1 Gti that I just recently picked up. The Exhaust has a pretty bad bang when it first
starts up. Im trying to get that fixed asap. If you dont like it or you
have unconstructive criticism please feel free to shut up haha. Havent
started working on her yet so give me any advice or ideas you may have.
2015 Volkswagen Golf R Mk7 POV review
2015 Volkswagen Golf R Mk7 POV review. Head over to
the full written review and images.
2015 Volkswagen Golf R Mk7
2.0-litre turbo four-cylinder
206kW and 380Nm
Six-speed dual-clutch auto, all-wheel drive
0-100km/h in 4.9 seconds (as tested)
2015 VW Golf R400 - Start Up, Sound and more
supercarsofaustria spotted the brand new 2015 Volkswagen Golf R400 Concept.
The Video shows: A walkaround, a start Up, driving scenses and then the new
VW Golf R400 drove back to a truck. This was the first time that anyone
could hear the sound of this car in puplic. Filmed in Vienna, Austria
Having a German car shop in California for 20 years and a hoard of children
I need a source of safe inexpensive cars, not only for the kids but for me
too. Operating a body shop also influenced what I believed were the
strongest safest cars. The VW Rabbit/Golf proved to be structurally safe
and extremely reliable and inexpensive to operate. From the Diesel power
cars that got incredible fuel milage, to the great performance and handling
of the Scirocco and the GTI and the style of the Cabriolet and Jetta, the
perfect sporty family car of the time. All of the first generation cars
proved their worth in safety, longevity and in racing. I cannot remember
when we did not have at least half dozen we owned. we still kept them
around when we graduated the kids to Audis, Porsches and Mercedes. I even
campaigned a Jetta in NASA racing, the ultimate rain car and I did
extremely well with it in the 1/2 mile oval at Altamont. The durability of
these cars is legendary, our 1978 Scirocco S was our first and we kept it
until 1994 when sold it to one of my techs when it had 280,000 miles in
1997. when I last spoke to him in 2004 the car was at 480,000 miles. The
1.6 liter engine was still going strong..
Practical Motorhome Doubleback VW Camper review
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