Some pics of my notch with my friends Bug!!

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  1. orangecapri

    orangecapri New Member

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    Here are some pics of my 86 notch with my friends '58 Bug. The thing is slammed and pretty cool. Definately fun to ride in even if it is slow!!
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    He really needs to take the roof rack off though.
     
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    You can make an old bug pretty damn quick, they were running low 12s on the street back in the late 60s and early 70s. I think he dropped it just a little too much!
     
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    Strype Cuthbert catcher Founding Member

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    This picture begs the question...


    How does the other half live?
     
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    handles like it's on rails I bet. My friend had a 4 door civic and it was slow as hell but it felt fast cause you sat 4 inches from the pavement but he could kill me on the windy roads.
     
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    I bet he buys new rear tires every other week
     
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    Sorry man, but lowered bugs suck. Turn it into a dune buggy and redeem it from its lame existence!
     
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    Hey props to the guy who thought using a 10 speed bicycles hand brake cable would be great for throttle :)

    You can fix those cars anywhere!!!
     
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    I like the rat rod look of that bug.
     
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    Yeah, lowered swing axle bugs suck, but one with IRS is fine lowered.
     
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    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: at that fuggin bug...

    now i have to wipe coke off my damn keyboard and screen. :nonono:
     
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    I dunno. I think its pretty cool. Its got the rat rod look to it right now. In the future its going to have a turbo efi setup on it. Its a little too low for my taste but it looks crazy that way.
     
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    5.0Droptop ...all those nights we shared, and you're a dude??

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    I like the bug. It does have a rat rod appeal. id roll it to the hangouts! and id keep the roof rack too.
     
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