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1967 Volkswagen 1600 Squareback Review

It Was The Toyota Corolla Of It's Time- Boring, Common, Reliable (ish). — It's a fun, common car. Your neighbor had one. You may have had one (if you're old enough). It was just a car. It's not fast. It can crack 70, but not much more. It's got a sharper clutch than you've ever felt in your life. It has a 6V starter, so it doesn't start. But god, it's fun!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Fun, Cute, Sprightly

Cons: Old, 6V, Inefficient

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1967 Volkswagen 1600 Fastback Review

Everyones Dream — -Performance-Acceleration sucks but I havent gotten a ticket yet! Breaking is average and handling is pretty good since the engine is in the back. -Build quality-The car is 42 years old, give it a break! -Appearane-You may think its ugly now but is has SO much potential and it will be the most amazing car you have ever seen when Im done. -Cost of Ownership-Not much, little repairs here and their -Fun Factor- Its great. No one knows what kind of car this is and I have the only one in the whole SF bay area. I wouldent want anyone to get a car like this because I want to have the only one!

Pros: Looks and rareness

Cons: Its hard to find parts because Its so rare

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