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Old 21st July 2006, 22:50   #1
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Talking Spotted a restored Beetle

An old restored beetle.. seen in CP.
Was running atleast 17"ers.. looked really neat.







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Old 21st July 2006, 22:52   #2
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this one isnt restored. its modded
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Old 21st July 2006, 22:55   #3
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sexy vehicle man!!!
i'd love to have a ride on tat!
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Old 21st July 2006, 23:08   #4
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Man the pics do no justice to it.
It was looking breathtaking in the flesh.

Surely the owner must be madly in love with it. ;-)
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Old 21st July 2006, 23:13   #5
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Those are probably 16s. Looking smooth.
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Ive seen a couple of young guys driving this around in GK, had a good sound note too, good effort, it looks pretty funky, im sure its a chic magnet!!
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It is indeed nicely done, leather seats, new wheels, clean paint job, shiny crome... Sweeet! Although the owner could get a nice front grill.. I think it would further enhance the appearence


Did the beetle always come with Bucket seats? I saw a 1965 beetle the other day and that also had bucket seats.
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Looking niceeeee......
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That's well done........... karl needs to take a look at these pics!!!
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Granny in stilletto's comes to my mind
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That's well done........... karl needs to take a look at these pics!!!
hehe yeah...shes post 68, and not deviated too much...most trim shaved off though...from what little i can see, thats an original vw shade called coral red...friend o mine has a similar 1600cc superbeetle in the same colour, but mostly stock...used EVERY SINGLE DAY!!! (its his only vehicle)
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Wow, that is one hot looking Beetle there, surely will turn more heads than its stupid modern Golf based succesor.
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Karl, you're the Beetle man here. Tell me, have they increased the height? May be may be not, but to me it looks like that.
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hmm...yeah does look like the settings have been fiddled with...personally i dont care for the look...its a bit too confused...but to each his own!

the earliest (1938 to 48ish i think) beetles came with 16inch wheels as standard....they then had 15 inchers till 66...these were shared with most porsche 356s...

i sniff a beetle thread in the offing...where do i post it man?! certainly they dont beling in supercars... we need a space for vintage and classic...and not the one in off topic...are u listening mods?

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We're listening and WE WILL get back.
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