1970's VW Bug (1970)

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    Dallaswaltemire Posted 6 years 9 months ago
    I actualy remember the comercial on tv back then
    ljmattox Posted 9 years 6 months ago
    Buslady is correct...the Beetle in question is in fact a 1966. Give away is the "1300" emblem on the rear deck, first and only year for that displacement .
    Buslady Posted 9 years 7 months ago
    Thats not a 70's era bug...it's more like about a 1966.
    Great ad too, it's true too!
    Cheap Bastard Posted 9 years 10 months ago
    The best thing about this car is that you can buy a fibreglass body of a Porsche 356A or a beach buggy, put it on the chassis and finally drive a cool car.

    The worst thing is that it's godfather is Hitler!
    vernonbishop Posted 10 years 4 months ago
    The good Ol' Beetle...

    The cheapest car in America at one time...

    ...A long time ago... : (
    Fyne T(oo)ning Posted 10 years 6 months ago
    It wasn't her fault. Notice how narrow that garage door was? If a garage like that were built today, it would violate the more rigid building spec codes that currently exist.
    There's nothing else like the original "Käffe-Beetle"!
    Ms. MapleLeaf Posted 10 years 8 months ago
    How about not advertising your stupidity by making dumb comments like yours coolhandluke ?
    coldhandluke Posted 10 years 11 months ago
    How bout not letting a women drive then you'll save even more money? lol!
    Quote O' Matic
    • Mr. Johnson: Well, I like to order one...
    • Grover: Excuse me, Sir. But I want you to take a number over there. You see, When I call the number, Then you will be served. So, Please take a number.
    • Mr. Johnson: But I am the only one in here.
    • Grover: I'm sorry, Sir. But this is our policy. The sign says John's Bakery, Not Grover's Bakery. I only work here.
    • Mr. Johnson: Okay, I'll take a number.
    • Grover: Yup, Over here, Sir. This machine will give you the number. So, Go ahead.
    • Mr. Johson: (Pulls the lever on the number machine and it gives out the number)
    • Grover: Very good, Now what is the number?
    • Mr. Johnson: 40
    • Grover: 40, And that is your number.
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    Added By: 1990
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