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Had a fuel injected 1979 VW Rabbit, silver with a sunroof, 4 speed. Great driving car. Handled great, got 25 mpg, ran on regular gas. Used a quart of oil every 600 miles and improved a little with new valve seals and ate plugs very 5k miles (Champions lasted half again longer than Bosch). As much as I liked the way it drove, it was my last German car. I've been driving silver (or gray) Accords with sunroofs and sticks ever since.
I had an '82 Pickup/Caddy and '83 GTi, both bought new. Never had any issues with either, neither used any oil, both averaged mid 30s gas mileage (even when driven like your typical 19 or 20 yr. old). My sister bought the Pickup from me and drove it until it had 130k miles on it, still going strong. I put 65k miles on the GTi (in two years) then traded it for a Bertone X1/9 (another great car). You got a lemon. An Accord? I'd rather walk...
not lemon, it was a '78. Like every other one.Now if you want a lemon, get a new one with 2.0 turbo, AUdi, VW, GLI, GTI, every one of them.Let me include a settlement form worth up to $6k:https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/857448-volkswagen-timing-chain-class-action-settlement/https://timingchainlitigation.com/Home/SubmitClaim
There is a motorcycle hiding inside every old crashed Beetle.[/quotethere was/is a Brazilian motorcycle that is VW powered. Amazonas. seems like a good idea
My first car was a '65 VW. Loaned it to my girlfriend in the 80's while I was out of town, and she rear-ended a truck at a stoplight -- Totaled ! I am now in possession of a '73 Bug. It has lived out in the barn for several years now. It's all there, but will need at least a mechanical restoration. Anyone know of a good VW restoration shop in the Dallas area ? I'm thinking of bringing it back to life...
I had an old Squareback for a while. It was fun, but not necessarily a fond memory otherwise. I think the battery had more power in it than the engine did.
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