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Old 01-17-2005, 08:45 PM   #1
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Cool The Volkswagen Picture Thread!

Here's a thread devoted to the most loved cars in the world. . . Volkswagens!

1950 Volkswagen Beetle

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Cool The Polo!

Here's a Volkswagen you can't buy in North America!

The 2004 Volkswagen Polo GT
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I always love Volkswagen, because I love the Disney's "Love Bug" movies. I have the movies "The Love Bug", "Herbie Rides Again", "Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo", "Herbie Goes Bananas" and "The Love Bug '97". Here is the picture of Herbie.

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Here's a thread devoted to the most loved cars in the world. . . Volkswagens!

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Perhaps it would be more appropriate to recognize the mighty '66-'71 Mopar 426-Hemi...
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Cool The original GTI!

The Golf GTI was first introduced in Europe in the mid-seventies, with a top speed of 140 mph. It came here in the early egihties as the Rabbit GTI. Here's a pic of the European version - note right-hand drive!


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Cool The Rabbit!

The original Golf was named the Rabbit in North America to give it a cute, cuddly image. (The Golf name is short for Golf-Strom, the German word for Gulf Stream.) Here is a 1980 model with its proud owner.



The Rabbit GTI was introduced as a 1983 model and was available for only two years before the all-new second-generation GTI was introduced. Here is a classic 1984 Rabbit GTI.

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Cool On Dasher!

Remember the Dasher? It was Volkswagen's family car, introduced as a 1974 model and continued through 1981. It was VW's first front-wheel drive vehicle.

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Remember the Dasher? It was Volkswagen's family car, introduced as a 1974 model and continued through 1981. It was VW's first front-wheel drive vehicle.


Yes, and it was based on an Audi Fox. Hey, here's an unusual Volkswagen for you people. It's a Volkswagen "T" Concept.
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Hey, I like Bay-Window VW Vans & Pickups too.
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Me too, D-Dey!

Here's a classic Microbus!


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The Volkswagen Type 3 Fastback sedan - probably the most underrated VW of all time!


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Here's a thread devoted to the most loved cars in the world. . . Volkswagens!

1950 Volkswagen Beetle

I love the new modern version of those
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volkswagens were designed by nazis
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Volkswagens were designed by Nazis.

Dr. Porsche designed them, and he wasn't a Nazi. The Nazis only built a couple hundred of VW's - it was the British who got the company going after the war!

Here's a V-Dub the Nazis certainly didn't design:



The 1980 Volkswagen Scirocco!

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