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    Lets all contribute pics and memories to this timeless classic that has faithfully served generations. It is my 1st car memory and my dad who is a Beetle enthusiast at one time had a total of 4 beetles in our garage Here's a little history of this miraculous German wonder: 'The history of the Beetle really goes back to pre 2nd world war Germany when Ferdinand Porsche had a vision of a mass produced vehicle that was affordable to the average German, an idea that was shared with the young Adolf Hitler who himself could not drive, but was a car fanatic. Hitler was apparently influenced by the achievements of Henry Ford and his production lines - reading Ford's biography while in prison during 1923. Porsche had previously worked on some other small cars that used many elements later to be included in the Beetle. The Type 32 prototype NSU of 1934 was an air-cooled rear engined four cylinder horizontally opposed powered car that used torsion bar suspension and featured beetle-like styling.' --- source - Google.co.uk lets keep the posts rolling - add pics of bugs you've owned or own! I'll add my dad's bug family pics as well ... I guess he fell in love with this oddly shaped car after he drove it down to Pakistan from Germany!!!! .. stories of that wonderous journey keep us entertained whenever our family gets together


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    Quote Originally Posted by nmshaikh View Post
    Quiz time !

    What is the part here in the picture? It belongs on a VW and here you see both sides of the same part
    Volkswagen Club of Pakistan (VWCOP) - 237238
    Still not answered?

    Lets have @nmshaikh answer this for us, shall we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliusman2 View Post
    really? can you please elaborate your point brother?
    let me put it this way... it'll be like being married to very old lady...

    1. you'll have to spend a LOT of money.
    2. Frequent trips to the doctor.
    3. Not enough action in the end to keep you satisfied.

    Give it a few years once you start earning and not put the weight of this "Love Affair" on your parents...
    My heart is a Flat 4!! 62' VW Type-1, 76' VW Sunroof SuperBeetle... To me my VolksWagen, to you yours...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassanazeem View Post
    let me put it this way... it'll be like being married to very old lady...

    1. you'll have to spend a LOT of money.
    2. Frequent trips to the doctor.
    3. Not enough action in the end to keep you satisfied.

    Give it a few years once you start earning and not put the weight of this "Love Affair" on your parents...
    hahahahahaha good explanation..!!
    have you seen the ad that i shared?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliusman2 View Post
    hahahahahaha good explanation..!!
    have you seen the ad that i shared?
    Yup seen the ad... car looks pretty decent... but if you really wanna go for it... i suggest you seek advice from the experts...

    the advice i gave was in no way related to bugs but can be counted as general brotherly advice as an elder brother... now is the time to concentrate in studies as much as you can...
    My heart is a Flat 4!! 62' VW Type-1, 76' VW Sunroof SuperBeetle... To me my VolksWagen, to you yours...

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    @talpur, u want to strangle ur car? i promise it will die in few miles....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassanazeem View Post
    Yup seen the ad... car looks pretty decent... but if you really wanna go for it... i suggest you seek advice from the experts...

    the advice i gave was in no way related to bugs but can be counted as general brotherly advice as an elder brother... now is the time to concentrate in studies as much as you can...
    thanks for your advice, and i'm concentrating on my studies too..!!!
    and yes i'm in mood of this car, just waiting for the experts to reply..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sibghat4u View Post
    @talpur, u want to strangle ur car? i promise it will die in few miles....
    No it won't..in fact it would be a lot better if those vents were plugged. in its present (unplugged) state the vents are blowing air into the engine compartment where they are not really doing any work. The real cooling happens in the oil cooler and the cylinder fins and this air would be useful in that area. By blocking these vents you are forcing the air to flow over the cylinders and improve cooling. You can do what @Storm suggested and use the Suzuki grease caps or go to a 'teen dabba wala' and get proper plugs made to order..complete with pull rings that you can use when removing these plugs.
    If you have the air pipes from the shroud connected to the exhaust and the heat exchangers then you don't have to plug the air vents. Just make sure that the shut off valve on the front of the heat exchangers is closed off. The air that is pumped in cools off the fins in the heat exchanger and there is less heat in the vicinity of the cylinder heads. Both scenarios work well but don't leave the air vents on the shroud open<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com<img src=" /><o:p></o:p>

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassanazeem View Post
    let me put it this way... it'll be like being married to very old lady...

    1. you'll have to spend a LOT of money.
    2. Frequent trips to the doctor.
    3. Not enough action in the end to keep you satisfied.

    Give it a few years once you start earning and not put the weight of this "Love Affair" on your parents...
    I agree with the part about concentrating on your studies but if you are going to get married then choose the right one.
    Choose the right old lady and she'll be more reliable than the young girls of today..She would have class and grace. If you look after her you'll get more appreciative glances even from those who have a latest model 'girl'.
    I have a whole 'harem' of the old ladies which have kept me satisfied more than my long list of casual love affairs over the years.
    As for the trips to the doctor the old lady has only a few ailments..she may have breathing problems (carburation) or joint problems (suspension)..if she has been looked after well in her previous marriage you won't have a lot to do for her shiny skin.(beware and check that she has not had a cheap facelift and shoddy plastic surgery though as reversing it might be a problem)
    In the end it all comes to how much love you can offer.
    Maintaining a balance between your studies and the love affair is entirely up to you..a younger choice can easily leave you breathless (and penniless) if you do not maintain a balance. With an old lady you have a number of us who'll be happy to lend you advice and help.The same cannot be said about the slim younger looking one. We have an experienced 'matchmaker' in Islamabad who'll be happy to help. Call Romano and request him to come along when you go viewing. choose a good family and you can't go wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmshaikh View Post
    I agree with the part about concentrating on your studies but if you are going to get married then choose the right one.
    Choose the right old lady and she'll be more reliable than the young girls of today..She would have class and grace. If you look after her you'll get more appreciative glances even from those who have a latest model 'girl'.
    I have a whole 'harem' of the old ladies which have kept me satisfied more than my long list of casual love affairs over the years.
    As for the trips to the doctor the old lady has only a few ailments..she may have breating problems (carburation) or joint problems (suspension)..if she has been looked after well in her previous marriage you won't have a lot to do for her shiny skin.(beware and check that she has not had a cheap facelift and shoddy plastic surgery though as reversing it might be a problem)
    In the end it all comes to how much love you can offer.
    Maintaining a balance between your studies and the love affair is entirely up to you..a younger choice can easily leave you breathless (and penniless) if you do not maintain a balance. With an old lady you have a number of us who'll be happy to lend you advice and help.The same cannot be said about the slim younger looking one. We have an experience 'matchmaker' in Islamabad who'll be happy to help. Call Romano and request him to come along when you go viewing. choose a good family and you can't go wrong!
    it has long been my wish to own a VW Beetle. i am in love with this car ever since i was a child and now when i'm grown up i actually am planning to buy one. as for the studies thing i have vacations coming up so i can give a lot of time to the car. i was just curious that i do not get married to a wrong lady and that is why i consulted the experts..!! one main issue i am concerned is the availability of parts in Rawalpindi/Islamabad region, or on a bigger note, in Pakistan. please help me in this matter sir, your response will be highly appreciated..!! as for Sir Romano, through many forums on PW relating to VW i have seen many people praising him. i will first talk with the owner and then contact Sir Romano if he can take out some time for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aliusman2 View Post
    it has long been my wish to own a VW Beetle. i am in love with this car ever since i was a child and now when i'm grown up i actually am planning to buy one. as for the studies thing i have vacations coming up so i can give a lot of time to the car. i was just curious that i do not get married to a wrong lady and that is why i consulted the experts..!! one main issue i am concerned is the availability of parts in Rawalpindi/Islamabad region, or on a bigger note, in Pakistan. please help me in this matter sir, your response will be highly appreciated..!! as for Sir Romano, through many forums on PW relating to VW i have seen many people praising him. i will first talk with the owner and then contact Sir Romano if he can take out some time for me.
    Over the years, spare parts for VW's have become harder to find but they haven't completely dried out. I don't know of any VW's that have had to be parked for non availability of spares. A few of us have tried to arrange parts for the VW's and to help keep them on road. Moqeem, Romano, Shahzeb and I have tried do our bit in Islamabad while Asad manages to come up with old stocks from importers godowns quite regularly. However the availability is not the same as if you went out to buy parts for a Suzuki Mehran or the like. There is no shortage of parts in North America where it is a multi million dollar industry still. You can go online and look for new and used parts. getting them over however may be an issue. (shipping costs are ridiculous) If you have relatives in the US or Canada you can always ask them to relay the parts to you thru someone who is flying out to Pakistan, saving you a bunch on the shipping. You won't have to do it on a regular basis. Once you have your car fixed properly it won't need a lot of parts on a regular basis so for most new VW owners it is a one time exercise.

    As for Romano's help, I have to warn you..he can be quite grumpy at times but does not have a mean bone in his body. It all depends on the time you approach him. Sadly I cannot give you a forecast of his mood swings but you will have to take your chance. If he wants you to call back in an hour do that. If you make an appointment, keep it. You'll be in his good books.

    As regards the actual buying of the car, look around you first. There may be a distant relative or family friend who has one parked in his garage for the last several years. There always are advantages of buying from someone you know than buying from a total stranger..duh!

    Next step is to determine what you are willing to spend. (or what is your budget) This amount can then be divided into two parts roughly 75-25 ratio. 75 would be the amount you pay the seller of the car and 25 you keep to spend on the car after you have bought it. Its highly unlikely that you would not have to spend anything when you bring the car home. It could be something by choice like a stereo and speakers, floor mats and seat covers or something that calls for your attention, like worn tyres, old battery, an oil leak or a dent on the fender.

    When you negotiate the price with the seller you keep both amounts in mind (75-25) If you see that the car has a good solid body, a good paint job etc and you won't have to spend any money on the paint you can always transfer some of the 25 to the 75 section. This is where you need to draw on the experience of the person you take along. Sadly there are a lot of people who would shine the car just to mask its defects and to an untrained eye a combination of a shiny paint job, alloy wheels and new seat covers or stereo seems like a good condition car but there could be areas that need urgent (and expensive) attention.
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    The above division (75-25 ) is not carved in stone but just to give you an idea on how to proceed. I have flipped the %age the other way round in some cars that I bought over the years..I bought for 25% and spent 75% on its restoration and I don't suggest you do that. I hope you get the picture.
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    There are other considerations when buying a used Volkswagen in <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 /><st1:country-region><st1:place>Pakistan</st1:place></st1:country-region> and the number one is the status of the registration papers. For years, Volkswagens were not considered cars and while the owners would regularly pay annual tax for other cars they conveniently ignored paying the road tax for the VW's. Its not unusual to find a good car with 10 plus years of pending tax. I suggest you get a quote from the ETO office and use the figure to determine the buying price of the car. Getting the papers in order can cost a pretty penny itself as there is the tax plus the penalty to pay (plus the palm greasing at the ETO office). You will also find cars being sold with an open transfer letter. While I cannot comment on the legality of this practice it may be a problem when you go for the transfer of ownership. To give you an example, it was fine for a buyer to take a complete set of papers to the ETO (Excise and Taxation)office, pay the transfer fee at the National Bank and deposit the papers for transfer. The changed rules in <st1:place>Punjab</st1:place> require the seller as well as the buyer to appear in person for transfer (at least that was the case when i left <st1:country-region><st1:place>Pakistan</st1:place></st1:country-region> in 2007) This can be a problem as the seller you are buying the car may not be the owner of the car in government records. If the documents are doubtful, i'd suggest you walk away..regardless of the condition the car is in. It is too much of a hassle and I am not sure you can afford to get involved in the running around required to get the papers in order.
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    ..to be continued. <o:p></o:p>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Storm View Post
    it's an oil breather. it helps oil vapour move from your heads to the sump vial this tower which cools it down slightly.

    this is usually for high power engines which create allot of pressure in the valve covers. people usually buy valve covers with vent tubes and they route them back to a breather so that they can relieve the pressure somehow without leaving the vapours to vent to the atmosphere.

    unless you're running at high revs or have a wild cams etc you will not need this unit as it will give you no benefits.

    Thank you sir,

    Another query, not to you sir, but to VWCOP members ... what is " Paid VWCOP members"
    I read this on google groups
    "Petromin Oil Offer for VWCOP members
    <TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0><TBODY><TR><TD>This offer is valid only for VWCOP paid members and must be collected from the
    office directly, this offer is not valid in any shops


    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
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    and really sorry for being kabab in hadi of @nmshaikh to be continued message..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sibghat4u View Post
    @talpur, u want to strangle ur car? i promise it will die in few miles....

    Hold it brother don't scold me brother. I definitely don't wanna strangle it. I am beginner in field of VW BEETLE. I asked for advice and Storm gave it and by my analysis so far storm is guru so it would be done as it's said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nmshaikh View Post
    No it won't..in fact it would be a lot better if those vents were plugged. in its present (unplugged) state the vents are blowing air into the engine compartment where they are not really doing any work. The real cooling happens in the oil cooler and the cylinder fins and this air would be useful in that area. By blocking these vents you are forcing the air to flow over the cylinders and improve cooling. You can do what @Storm suggested and use the Suzuki grease caps or go to a 'teen dabba wala' and get proper plugs made to order..complete with pull rings that you can use when removing these plugs.
    If you have the air pipes from the shroud connected to the exhaust and the heat exchangers then you don't have to plug the air vents. Just make sure that the shut off valve on the front of the heat exchangers is closed off. The air that is pumped in cools off the fins in the heat exchanger and there is less heat in the vicinity of the cylinder heads. Both scenarios work well but don't leave the air vents on the shroud open<!--?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com<img src=" /--><o:p></o:p>

    Yeah am going ahead as storm has recommended from saturday I will start the work will upload the pics on monday if it gets done by then
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    Quote Originally Posted by muj_talpur View Post
    Yeah am going ahead as storm has recommended from saturday I will start the work will upload the pics on monday if it gets done by then
    shouldn't take you the whole weeknd even if you work like I do. Tops,it is a 10 minutes job. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmshaikh View Post
    Quiz time !

    What is the part here in the picture? It belongs on a VW and here you see both sides of the same part
    Volkswagen Club of Pakistan (VWCOP) - 237238
    Come on folks!! You can answer this......hint: its a maintenance part. Can give more hints if needed
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    Default The things VWs have to go through.........

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    Spotted this last week.......sadly the base car used was a very clean Left hand drive economy bug, Id say a one owner car. Engine sounded beautiful. Wonder whats going to happen to it after they are done with their stupid advertising campaign.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsadIshaque View Post
    Come on folks!! You can answer this......hint: its a maintenance part. Can give more hints if needed
    Need a hint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nmshaikh View Post
    I agree with the part about concentrating on your studies but if you are going to get married then choose the right one.
    Choose the right old lady and she'll be more reliable than the young girls of today..She would have class and grace. If you look after her you'll get more appreciative glances even from those who have a latest model 'girl'.
    I have a whole 'harem' of the old ladies which have kept me satisfied more than my long list of casual love affairs over the years.
    As for the trips to the doctor the old lady has only a few ailments..she may have breathing problems (carburation) or joint problems (suspension)..if she has been looked after well in her previous marriage you won't have a lot to do for her shiny skin.(beware and check that she has not had a cheap facelift and shoddy plastic surgery though as reversing it might be a problem)
    In the end it all comes to how much love you can offer.
    Maintaining a balance between your studies and the love affair is entirely up to you..a younger choice can easily leave you breathless (and penniless) if you do not maintain a balance. With an old lady you have a number of us who'll be happy to lend you advice and help.The same cannot be said about the slim younger looking one. We have an experienced 'matchmaker' in Islamabad who'll be happy to help. Call Romano and request him to come along when you go viewing. choose a good family and you can't go wrong!



    Very well put Shaikh sb... your experience with the 'ladies' has spoken... i see you've been quite the 'ladies' man...

    i wonder how Romano feels abt being called a 'matchmaker'... Lol!!

    @ali: my recommendation to you... if you have the money and the time... listen to these guys...

    There are only so many things down here in pk that you can do for your personal satisfaction...
    My heart is a Flat 4!! 62' VW Type-1, 76' VW Sunroof SuperBeetle... To me my VolksWagen, to you yours...

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