a little video i made of our aircooled Volkswagen cruise to Savannah, GA, for a buddy's birthday.
green- '55 oval rag
brown- '58 euro
grey- '59 rhd
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I do not own the music.
Brownbags at it again! This is nicks car, he is one of the guys who helps
us out here at brownbags. His car is a 1967 beetle. I helped get him
started but he has done the majority of the work himself. We did a IRS
conversion on his car and then bagged it.
My 62 slammed bug update
Started to get it back together after strippin it and cuttin it in for the
clear. I think it turned out pretty good for somewhat of a rush job.We had
a nice vw show here in lou ky called WATER BY THE BRIDGE i did make it to
the show was spos to have a new custom interior in it by the show but that
fell threw. Had to go to the show with one seat out of a buddies bug and no
interior never thought id get 3rd place out of 30+ aircooled vdubs.It was a
great show and a great day turned out over 500 cars bigger and better every
year.THANKS 4 CHECKEN IT OUT
1969 VW Beetle
1969 VW BEETLE with 18 & 20" Intro Pentia billet wheels and Airkewld 5"
narrowed frontbeam and airride suspension.
Cruising in my 1962 VW Beetle!
Following a 1958 bug in my 1962 bug. Cruising to the local VW weekly meet
down by the lakeshore! My bug is powered by a 1776cc mild performance
engine. The '58 has a stock 1200cc engine.
Slideshow Part2 Kaufdorf car graveyard September 2008
Kaufdorf Autofriedhof - Switzerland's vintage car graveyard.
It was the biggest graveyard of its kind in Europe -- a vast metal jungle
of more than 1,000 rusting vintage cars including forgotten British
Wolseleys, "sit up and beg" Ford Prefects, rotting Porsches and even the
wreck of a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud.
The collection of decaying old-timers, which go back to the late-1920s,
sits in makeshift corrugated iron garages and among trees on the edge of
Kaufdorf some 10 miles south of Switzerland's capital Bern.
After surviving for 75 years, the authorities have declared that the
collection is an environmental hazard and intend to clear it by court order
later this year. But the plan has provoked uproar among concerned Kaufdorf
locals and more than just a few other Swiss residents. A campaign to
preserve the site was started last month when an open day was held. The
organisers expected about 50 people to attend, but 10,000 turned up. Franz
Messerli, whose father founded the car cemetery, said: "We never expected
such interest. Our aim is to preserve it for posterity as a national work
Mr Messerli's father, Walter, opened what was originally intended as a
vehicle breaker's yard in 1933. A part-time racing driver and scrap-metal
dealer, he was fascinated by cars and even taught himself to be a mechanic.
At its peak, his collection numbered about 2,000 vehicles.