On January 10 I visited the Aircooled Winterfest at the Autotron. The advantage of a digital camera is maybe also its main disadvantage: you end up with an extensive collection of too much nice pictures. That’s why I decided to post another round, part one of the tour can be found here. So let’s move on now.
1966 Volkswagen T1.
1967 Volkswagen Beetle.
Winnebago, eat your heart out !
1982 Porsche 911 SC Targa (G-Model).
Powertrain swap under construction, a 110 hp diesel will drive the rear wheels.
1970 Volkswagen Beetle Super Baja.
1969 Volkswagen T2 Westfalia camper.
This one is from 1971.
Volkswagen Beetle jeans-edition. The Christmas tree was for sale, the ad on the window said it had been used only once.
As mentioned, the jeans-edition.
Volkswagen T2 panel van with a raised roof.
A real treat, this 1956 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Lowlight with a Judson supercharger and Golde sliding sunroof.
Air cooled VW Club The Netherlands, with a 1955 Volkswagen Beetle.
Two Volkswagen T2 campers.
1967 Volkswagen T1 bus.
Very well done, this Volkswagen T1 with a raised roof.
Restoration job in progress.
A view from above.
I can certainly appreciate this kind of modifications.
This 2000 Volkswagen Beetle Sedan Clasico has a 1.6 liter fuel injection engine.
A classy and classic minivan.
Magnificent job !
Just like this one.
1968 Volkswagen Type 3.
1969 Volkswagen Beetle.
1973 Volkswagen T2 bus.
1974 Volkswagen 412, type 4.
The interior of a 1962 Volkswagen Beetle convertible.
Volkswagen T1 panel van, owner ARIN is a construction company.
1963 Volkswagen Beetle 1200.
1968 Volkswagen Beetle Baja, 1.6 liter engine.
This Volkswagen T2 single cab pickup has a solid cargo floor with a headache rack.
1959 Volkswagen Beetle 1200 L.
The interior of a 1974 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Type 14.
And its engine compartment.
1958 Volkswagen T1 panel van, 1.6 liter engine. On its side Elektrische Installatiewerken, which means electrotechnical services. Exactly the kind of business that has been using this segment of panel vans for many decades.
Mr. (or Mrs.) Coenen teaches you how to drive a car in this 1970 Volkswagen Beetle.
Some of the oldest members of the Volkswagen family, the Types 1 and 2, oversee the event and can only be satisfied.