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Any VW enthusiasts here? Either current models, or retro models? My last three cars have been GTI's (after having owed mostly Toyota's and Honda's in the past), and I love them. I hear a rumor that VW may produce a new retro-styled "Bus" (whatever they may decide to call it), which I think would be very cool.

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i grew up in Canada in the 60s and my father worked for VW so i grew up in them until well into the 70s. i lrnt to drive in a rabbit when they 1st arrived. they were baby blue or yellow or white or red. i also owned a 1975 yellow scirrocco. later my dad worked for VW PORSCHE & AUDI. i grew up frm beetles into fastbacks. 411 to karman ghias. passats to audi 100. audi fox to Porsche 914s then to a yellow 911T. VW and I grew up together! from being small child in the back cubby hole of beetles to driving my own Scirrocco!

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Owner of a 1990 Corrado here. Fun car to drive with its five speed transmission. More fun than my newer cars. Great fuel economy and looks awesome.

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Wouldnt go so far bad to say Im a brand-specific VW fan but do have a G60 Corrado that is so e very sweet ride me

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Grew up wth them. My dad worked in VW dealership then wth VW PORSCHE & AUDI.
I rode in beetles with metal bumpers to Baja Super beetles. From flat windshields to curved ones. I remember the guessing games wth friends regarding which year they were in regards to the size of taillights! Notchback, fast backs. Wagons. Kharmann ghias. 412s . Porsche 914s. I learnt to drive on a Rabbit and ended up owning g a gorgeous yellow 1975 Scirocco in 1979as a graduation gift frm dad. He also drove Audi fox. Audi 100 and finally as a sales manager he drove a gorgeous yellow porsche 911T. We had a Thing one weekend which was fun but very rudimentary. My mom hated it so that was the end of that. I'll always remember the castle on the hub of the steering wheels. Between 1964 until the 1980s VWs were everywhere! One cdnt drive a mile wthout seeing at least a dozen or more! Those were the days everyone could afford to buy, repair and find parts on the cheap. Aaaaah how times have changed!

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the Corrado for me was what the Scirrocco should have evolved into. my 1975 scirrocco looked alot like it. i miss it. alot of fun to drive. one fay myb another and a Corrado to boot!

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i have always had a gti or two around. Currently have a 1991 and a 2019

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Big fan of the EOS. Like having a metal roof that folds into the trunk.
Bought a 2008 in 2011 and traded it in on a 2014 last month.
Unfortunately, this will be the last one I own because they no longer make them.

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I have a 1988 Transporter with a Reimo camper conversion - an import from the UK with a 1.9 carby and 4 speed. Bought it to enable naked weekend escapes, but instead I retired and it has been used mainly for moving house.

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I own a 63 Beetle. Love it!

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