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Volkswagen Single Cab Rescued After 45 Years

Posted in European Rides, General, Rides, Volkswagen by MrAngry | January 20th, 2012 | 2 Responses |

Volkswagen Single Cab

Plunking down a bunch of cash for a car is one thing, but digging one out of the dirt and rebuilding it… well, that’s another story entirely. You see there’s an inherent value in resurrecting something that was left for dead. It takes time, effort, ingenuity and know-how; things that most people today simply don’t have enough of. First off you need to look past the rust, dirt and failed mechanics and envision what could be, not what was. You’ve got to be willing to sacrifice on both a personal and financial level and in the end, see your vision through. What you are about to see is step 1 in the process of rebirth for an old Volkswagen single cab pickup that was left to Mother Nature some 45 years ago. Sure it’s going to take time, but in the end I have a feeling that this is one old VW that will get a second lease on life.

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  1. PFULMTL says:


  2. Vernon says:

    I may sound like a car snob but it just goes to show that very few automotive brands have such brand loyalty as VW. There are not as many stories or documentaries or people just plain hunting for dead vehicles of other brands and then bringing them back to life. And I am not talking about people restoring muscle cars or old luxury vehicles from days past, I mean plain old mass produced vehicles that people just junk or discard that end up in holes in the ground or rusting in a back yard or junk yard.