The ad says that the drivetrain has 4,000 miles under its belt but doesn’t give the total mileage for the car itself. The bodywork doesn’t give any indication either as it looks to be clean and without issue. The forward side-markers have been removed and filled in and the car rolls on factory steelies as offered. A set of BBS alloys could be added to the purchase if you’re into such things. … [Read more...] about At $8,000, Is This R32-Swapped 1987 VW Jetta A Total Coupe De Grâce?
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South Africa has long been Volkswagen country. The Beetles there were unique hodgepodges of different trims and components not seen together anywhere else, it was there that the Mk1 Golf finally went out of production in 2009, and it’s in South Africa that someone supposedly dailies a one-off Beetle-based SUV prototype. … [Read more...] about A Volkswagen T3 Syncro Is What You Need To Stop The Bike Thieves In the South African Bush
What this meant was that, essentially, there was just one regularly-seen kind of car that did everything different than every other car out there: the Beetle. The engine was in the back, not the front, there was no radiator, because it used air instead of water to keep cool, it was styled like a friendly cartoon instead of a grimacing beast—and when you’re a little kid, eye-level with the hawk-faced grille of a Ford LTD, there’s a real appeal to the friendly curved snout of a Beetle. … [Read more...] about The Volkswagen Beetle Has Come to an End. The Original Was a Gateway Drug for Weird Cars
The Redditor who made the original post mentioned “replacing dozens of these during a recall in 2013,” implying they’re a Volkswagen tech. VW for sure had a fuel rail recall that was announced at the end of 2014, which might have been what spannerboy69 was referring to, but it’s also possible there was an earlier one. We don’t need to tie up every loose end for a blog about giggling at the Jawas. … [Read more...] about The Jawas Were Scavenging Volkswagen Parts In
I’m really quite smitten with the car shown in photos here, and unlike many things in the market today, its sub-30 price point seems like an actual decent price for the level of performance provided. The red accents and serious aerodynamics look purposeful, but not Civic Type R-obnoxious. … [Read more...] about The 2019 Hyundai Veloster N Is Coming For The GTI’s Hot Hatch Lunch Money