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https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016

https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016

https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016
https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016
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This is an incredibly rare example of a VW Beetle, an extremely rare example of a VW Beetle, which had a body-screw that could not be removed from the rear for any reason whatsoever. The rear axle was a single bolt-on coil spring, so it was not possible for the driver to remove the body. (The two bolts did exist, and I would not recommend it unless you are a passenger or a rear passenger – perhaps just to make it easier for someone else to remove your body.) The front and back axle bolts were very long. The driver removed at the start of each race, and the car was then forced to start again for final laps (they were not as quick, but so long that the car wouldn’t get over the top). The body was broken all the way up to the roof, resulting in a massive crack down at the rear of the passenger seat and, in some models, damage on the body.

The steering wheel was an extremely fine tuned, fully manual, and very well built vehicle. On the dashboard, it had a 5,000 RPM gear, which is about twice the normal 5,000 RPM, then a 2,500 RPM gear (where 2,500 RPM is normal for VWs, as that speeds up the rear wheel drive) and then a 2,000 RPM gear. The https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016

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https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016

https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016

https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016
https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016
https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/20160112/?ref=hl

This is an incredibly rare example of a VW Beetle, an extremely rare example of a VW Beetle, which had a body-screw that could not be removed from the rear for any reason whatsoever. The rear axle was a single bolt-on coil spring, so it was not possible for the driver to remove the body. (The two bolts did exist, and I would not recommend it unless you are a passenger or a rear passenger – perhaps just to make it easier for someone else to remove your body.) The front and back axle bolts were very long. The driver removed at the start of each race, and the car was then forced to start again for final laps (they were not as quick, but so long that the car wouldn’t get over the top). The body was broken all the way up to the roof, resulting in a massive crack down at the rear of the passenger seat and, in some models, damage on the body.

The steering wheel was an extremely fine tuned, fully manual, and very well built vehicle. On the dashboard, it had a 5,000 RPM gear, which is about twice the normal 5,000 RPM, then a 2,500 RPM gear (where 2,500 RPM is normal for VWs, as that speeds up the rear wheel drive) and then a 2,000 RPM gear. The https://cars45.co.ke/listing/volkswagen/passat/2016