Did anyone feel Sorry for those Dubbs?

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I know that there are plenty of Land Rovers and Olds out there, but those VWs are vintage. Seeing them torn apart broke my mood completely.

-- Jed Frey (jedediahf@hotmail.com), January 11, 2001

Answers

There were more VW beetles produced than any other car in history. And cutting them up to make sand rails, etc. is a very traditional thing to do with one. And those were late 70's models, not really vintage yet. Yes, it would hurt to see an early bus suffer at the sawzall and angle grinder, but a late model beetle is just thinning the herd a little.

-- Witheld (B1FF@BIT.NET), January 11, 2001.

Notice how the teams go for the Vw pieces? Why? Because it's simple and it always works.As for doing the butch on Mexico beetles,they're a dime a dozen....those looked like late 80s or early 90 models but were left hand drive.I believe the one last week(correct me if I'm wrong) that donated it's front beam was right hand drive.

-- The Zipper (abbynrml@tcsn.net), January 11, 2001.

They're bloody VW's! Just let it go! Crush 'em and make Coke cans.

-- Tyson Fortowsky (biker_tyboy@hotmail.com), January 11, 2001.

Now what gets me is that pinkish 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo sitting atop of the pile of stuff outside the work area's. Poor thing.

-- Patrick Doherty (Fdohe28294@aol.com), January 11, 2001.

Jed, I know what you mean. That blue beetle's body was almost perfect (besdies that left fender). I use to work on my friends beetle and finding body parts out here was very rare (expensive too).

SM

-- Satanic Mechanic (satanic_mechanic@hotmail.com), January 11, 2001.



VW beetles are still made in south america the look just like the old ones but are not let to the US b/c of saftey resons i know i cant spell good

-- sasha (sasha7659@aol.com), January 11, 2001.

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