Shedding a tear for the VW
Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit
Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad
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Coincidently we hired an old VW camper van for a week or so in the new forest my Mrs mad idea it was a cracking laugh. Anything above 43 mph and the bloody thing would wander all over the road regardless of where you pointed it. Hand brake pretty fooked (started rolling down the hill on one occasion). And the largest H change you could imagine, double de clutching the norm. It had all the original fixtures and fittings so nothing quite worked first time, but what a hoot. Couldn't have been any better.
Ride safe and thanks for the vid
'WHO CARES WE NEVER WIN...........'
piece of scrap,(as you my gather had one years ago, piece of shit)if I would have had the cash at the time I would have luved to blow it up, instead of selling it for a massive loss, young and naive, taught me a big lesson I suppose never got caught out again.
Dad had one in the 70's
1700 twin carb - took us all over Europe - loved it!!
Over rated, over priced, and unfortunately, over here.
VOLVO, built by Swedes, usually driven by other vegetables.....