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    Posted 12 years ago

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    I bought this car about 6 months ago.just getting it running and driving for right now and lower it.

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    1. Vontrike Vontrike, 12 years ago
      Very nice,,I have had bugs and buggys around most of my life. Amazing machines.
    2. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 12 years ago
      In 1961 bought my first bug when I was stationed in Germany and it was a used 1949 split window, no gas gauge, manifold heater, 30 hp engine. I carried a stick
      with me to check the fuel level. I wish I had it now. In 1966 I bought a new VW bug until i traded it in for a 1969 "automatic stick shift". I had several more over the years. I have a 2005 VW Bug Diesel that gets 42 MPG.
    3. officialfuel officialfuel, 12 years ago
      When I was 17 and my girlfriend was 16 we drove her VW to Florida on 18 dollars of gas. I believe it was a 63 VW. That was back in 1973.
    4. skeetereater, 12 years ago
      I used to have a '66, or was it a '67? Anywho it was 68" high and could go 200 miles on 8 gallons of gas. Back in '73, the 1600cc motor weighed 257lbs. I also had 12 friends who ran 1650' w/ 16lbs of sand on their backs in 90 degree weather, 24/7.

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