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Found this one gently mouldering near an old petrol station in Germany (Yashica Mat 124) :

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My 1965 VW when it was new. (Aires 35-IIIL - Kodachrome ) I sold the car a long time ago, but I still have the camera although the shutter is frozen.

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My 1965 VW when it was new.

I love this, one of my all time favorite cars in my favorite color. Saw one of those completely restored about 15 years ago. Lusted after it. Great shot, thanks for sharing.

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I have a 1973 DS here that's currently stripped down to a rolling frame, and it's still fascinating. Even the exposed technology is just simply beautiful - although at times a genuine pain in the posterior to work on...

Here's how she was found - There's been quite a bit of work done already but its a long way still from being the beauty she can be... I should re-do this shot in her current condition!


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My 1965 VW when it was new. (Aires 35-IIIL - Kodachrome ) I sold the car a long time ago, but I still have the camera although the shutter is frozen.

Did you forget where you parked it?


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My 1965 VW when it was new. (Aires 35-IIIL - Kodachrome ) I sold the car a long time ago, but I still have the camera although the shutter is frozen.

You should have kept it ;-) The first car my parents could regularly use (=borrow from work) was a beetle, so I have been wanting one for more than 30 years. And a few weeks ago I saw this. Slight crusty, but running and very, very cheap. Oh, the temptation:


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My dads first Mercedes - it is waiting in the shed since the 1970s for its restoration:


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This 1960 VW Käfer (Beetle) once (ca. 1972) belonged to a coworker of my mom.
When the oil pressure indicater had flashed she drove it to the workshop. They told her that the car needed a new engine and that is would be to expensive for such an old car, but offerd her 100 DM for the VW.
My mother told my dad about this and he offered her coworker 150 DM for it.

When he got the car, he figured out that it was just the oil pressure sensor which he paid about 5 DM for...

He drove the car for 4-5 years and put it into the same shed as the Mercedes. At 1998 we pull the Käfer out to the sunlight, replaced the braking system, put in a new (6 V) battery and new fuel into it and then I drove it for 500 - 1000 km without any serious problem.
As I liked driving the Käfer I planned to restore it.

But unfortunately I did not have that much time while studying so the progress was/is quite slow.

One and a half year agou I finished all the mecanical parts:



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I'm not sure but the car in the photo should be mor or less of my age (born 1948) and it is the model B of the FIAT 500 "Topolino" (half liter engine, four cilinder, 16,5 HP, max speed 95 km/h). When I was a child I remember my father, mother and brother with such a car drove from Genova (Italy) to Berlin (Germany).
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