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Volkswagen Beetle Fender

 

No es que el título de este post sea un lema por los músicos y su peregrinaje por las carreteras de concierto en concierto, es que Volkswagen ha decidido sacar a la venta una versión dedicada a la mítica guitarra.

Desde luego es un paso positivo que la marca por fin se decida a darle al Beetle el carácter de coche mítico que siempre tuvo. Aunque sea a través de un giro comercial con una Fender.

Lo que sí me ha encantado, las preciosas llantas, recuerdan a las originales de los modelos de Porsche 356B, y a las primeras generaciones del propio Beetle. Enhorabuena.

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5 Responses to “Volkswagen Beetle Fender”

  1. Lo que más me gusta es que volvemos a la esencia de un coche clásico. Los amantes y coleccionistas están de enhorabuena.

    Posted by Pablo | 11/12/2012, 17:30
  2. NO WAY!The car is worth $6000 tops. And it might have been totaled bescuae that small collision deployed the airbags, which can cost thousands to replace. Were they replaced? Hmmmm A salvage title knocks 40% off the car’s value. A clean-titled Mini Cooper like the one you’re looking at is worth $10,000 if everything works. I have nothing against salvage titled cars, sometimes they can be great deals if you wanna buy em and run em into the ground and don’t care about resale. However, this seller is out of his mind if he thinks his Mini is worth that much.Buying a salvage is no different than buying any used car: Run a Carfax or Autocheck to get an idea of the car’s history and make sure you have a pre-purchase inspection by a good mechanic. If all checks out and the price is right buy it. This Mini, however, is over-priced so walk.

    Posted by Natalia | 15/09/2014, 05:45
  3. Hi Louise,I enjoy reading your blog and I wodenr how you are? How is life? I took courage again to ping you. I know, I have not been in touch earlier and I apologize. Time flies and I had lot to do to sort my head and life after divorcing H. and leaving UK. It was much more to it then one might think. I am now in Bratislava since 2006 and with my partner Bo living in Austria near Vienna a working in his company (enprovia) in Bratislava. Well, I only hope you are not going to be mad at me contacting you via your blog and I hope you would like to say hi again. I do miss you…I am wishing you a very nice day.Kristina Nesslyagaberry.com

    Posted by Guilherme | 18/02/2015, 02:40
  4. Hi Kristina,How sweet of you to write. I don’t think I’d logged that it was you. Life is good thgouh too long for a comment. Still in London, still in publishing, still eating and cooking like mad! You still making lovely food? Glad that you are happy and settled too; sounds like you have everything as you want it and good for you for rebuilding after such a hard time. x

    Posted by Rizza | 24/03/2015, 03:37
  5. Hi NathanI’m a CV newbie and would be asking basic question(s) if you don’t mind. The tutorial was great and easy to understad, but I don’t get one thing. Why use CMake, when one has other options like Visual C++ and/or Turbo C (these we did in university). Since we just need to code, compile and run it using the two I mentioned, what’s the deal with writing extra stuff and THEN running the c file.. ? I don’t really get why one should use CMake… what’s the advantage here?Thanks so much. I’m just starting with OpenCV and I’m glad to find your website !

    Posted by asthma symptoms | 31/03/2015, 18:36

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