Awesome Vw Beetle 1303s
This is my 1973 beetle, it's a 1303s, it took 3 and a half years to restore
it, every single bolt was checked, original engine, full leather interior,
power steering, original ATS Cup rims, electric windows, LED lights, and
much more, check it out!!
VW Show 2008 Bug In Colorado Bandimere Speedway
Great Volkswagen show in Colorado lots of VW bug, VW bus, VW fastback, VW
transporter, VW notchback, VW fastback, Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, Ghia, split
window, split window syndicate, Colorado
auto motor und sport-TV: Memminger Käfer
Georg Memminger aus dem bayrischen Reichertshofen hat eine Mission: Sein
Unternehmen hat sich die Rettung einer bedrohten Spezies auf die Fahnen
geschrieben das Käfer Cabrio darf nicht sterben!
Old 1978 Red VW California Convertible Vintage Beetle Bug, Driving in Portland Oregon, Part 2
The is a beautiful bright red classic 1978 red convertible Volkswagen
beetle I had resurrected and decided to take for a spin one day in
Portland, Ore when the rain finally stopped. My friend Ethan and I had a
great time shooting this video and it's fun to watch!
You may remember me from my old 1958 VW Safari Bus discovery adventure road
trip video series. To date I have restored over 500 of these air cooled
Volkwagens... and still counting. Please feel free to contact me anytime
at: firstname.lastname@example.org Peace and love!
Peace and love everyone! (=
Classics Revealed: The Original Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) An Original Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is a
rare car indeed. Well at least rare when it comes to the classic VW Beetle.
While they build over 300,000 of first generation Beetle convertibles, they
built over 21 million of the same basic car but with a hard top. Recently
Volkswagen rolled out the 3rd generation of the iconic Beetle at the LA
Auto Show but at the same time they brought some of the original
convertibles to California. In the exclusive TFLcar video we drive an
original 1979 1500 cc fuel injected model that had only 250 miles on the
clock when we took the wheel. In fact this museum car from Germany is a
time machine straight from the factory floor.