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Audi History

January 12, 2021 myklassic admin 0

Audi History The NSU company was founded in 1873 by two mechanics from the Swabian region of Germany in the town of Riedlingen an der Donau. Seven years later it moved to Neckarsulm. In the […]

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The ultra-economical 1988 Volkswagen Öko-Polo

January 8, 2021 myklassic admin 0

The ultra-economical 1988 Volkswagen Öko-Polo Many enthusiasts are familiar with Volkswagen’s niche models. But not even Ross Cupples, a lifelong fanatic with dozens of Volkswagen cars in his personal collection, had heard of the Öko-Polo […]

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Type 220 (W 187), 1951 – 1955

January 5, 2021 myklassic admin 0

Type 220 (W 187), 1951 – 1955 At the first Frankfurt International Motor Show in April 1951, Daimler Benz unveiled the passenger car models 220 and 300. Both had a brandnew 6-cylinder engine with overhead […]

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The Bumblebee is Back

December 17, 2020 myklassic admin 0

The Bumblebee is Back While the Volkswagen Beetle may be one of the most recognizable cars in the world, one of its most eye-catching variants is lesser known – the GSR® yellow and black striped […]

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Volkswagen’s Miniature World Tour

December 16, 2020 myklassic admin 0

Volkswagen’s Miniature World Tour Herndon, VA — Volkswagen Motorsport generally dreams of world-famous racetracks, challenging hillclimbs, and exciting sprint challenges, like the Nurburgring Nordschleife, Goodwood, Pikes Peak and Tianmen Mountain. Despite everything being very different this […]

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Volkswagen increases U.S. footprint

December 16, 2020 myklassic admin 0

Volkswagen increases U.S. footprint Herndon, VA — As the industry continues to recover and deal with the global pandemic, Volkswagen has remained aggressive in bolstering its engineering, production and logistical footprint in the U.S. as […]