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VW Memorabilia

Si algun visitante de este blog coleciona memorabilia de vw y le interesa intercambiar alguna pieza sientace en la confianza de contactarme para mi sera un placer intercambiar alguna mis piezas.

Mi 1959 Escarabajo

Mi 1959 Escarabajo

Para los Apasionados a los Escarabajos VW

Este site sera para aquellos que son aficionados a los escarabajos, vocho,volky,cucarachita,maggiolino como lo llames en tu pais de origen, sera esclusivamente para aquellos que sienten una pasion por este carro, el cual se denomina el carro de la gente.

Espero lo disfruten


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Me facina ir de campo, ir al lago, a los shows de carro y a todo lo que sea al aire libre. Tambien me facina collecionar y intercanbiar piezas de VW.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Miren esto les va a interesar el Primer Carro Porche

First Porsche uncovered after 112 years of hiding

Justin Hyde

    First Porsche unearthed
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    The 1898 Egger-Lohner, built by Ferdinand Porsche, unrestored since.
    For as much as we talk about barn finds, the window of time for such vehicles tends to be measured in a few decades; any more than that and the ravages of time and memory tend to destroy anything so long abandoned. On Monday, Porsche revealed that it had recently acquired the barn find of the century — the first car ever designed by founder Ferdinand Porsche, which hit the roads of Austria in 1898, and has been locked away untouched for the past 112 years.
    The car in question doesn't look like much more than a horse buggy, but in its day was a technological feat. Designed by Ferdinand Porsche at the age of 22, the car was known as the Egger-Lohner, but also dubbed the P1 by its creator, who engraved that code on its major parts. Powered by a 3-hp electric motor in the rear driving a 12-speed control unit, the 2,977-lb. P1 could reach 21 mph, and travel 49 miles on a charge. The body, which no longer exists, could be easily altered from a coupe to a open-top style.
    After its first drive on June 26, 1898, Porsche continued developing the car, and in September 1899 won a 24-mile electric-car race with three passengers, finishing 18 minutes ahead of the next challenger. Porsche would go on to work for Mercedes and other German automakers; it wouldn't be until 1948 that he would found his own automaker.
    Porsche has declined to reveal details about how it found the car or how the P1 managed to exist in an unrestored state this long; a spokesman told Yahoo Autos that the person who uncovered it wished to remain anonymous. The vehicle will now live at Porsche's museum in Stuttgart, Germany — and with it, the mystery of how it survived the 20th century.

    Saturday, January 11, 2014

    Mi Flamante VW 59 en el webb the Amics of Catalunya

    Gracias al Club de VW los Amics of Catalunya por postear mi articulo acerca de los Show de Vw al cual asistimos en el 2013.
    Aqui les posteo la pagina principal del Articulo

    Si quieren ver el articulo complete pueden ir a la pagina del club:

    Aquí tenéis la crónica que nos han hecho llegar los Amics Ángel y Maggie Vendrell de algunas de las concentraciones VW norteamericanas a las que han asistido durante 2013 representando a los Amics del Volkswagen de Catalunya en los USA.