The Green Mountain Volkswagen Show was my first and continues to be a favorite. It’s amazing how the water-cooled section has grown over the years!
A beautiful weekend for cruising with my friends and showing off our cars…
Litchfield 2004 was a huge success – the weather was perfect and there were lots of great cars to see.
Another cloudy Vermont show, but fortunately the rains held off for the Green Mountain VW Club’s annual event.
Some of my favorite events are unjudged, and so it was with the DubsNorth Fall VW Show. Not having to worry about how the car scores really loosens people up and leads to a good time for all.
After years of drizzly weather, the NHVWC lucked out this year with partly cloudy skies and 203 registered entries! Unfortunately my camera had low batteries and I was only able to cover the water-cooled side this year.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
This year’s Litchfield Bug In was better than ever, thanks to dry weather and an incredible turnout! I found myself most impressed with one of the aircooled showings – a fully restored 1943 Schwimmwagen!
It’s too bad that the weather was horrible, but after driving 3.5 hours each way I managed to stay through the whole thing.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
The tradition of a hazy start and a drizzly day continued at this year’s GMVWC Car Show and Swap Meet. This show featured a couple unusual cars, including a Ralleye Golf and a 5-door Dasher.
Under threatening skies and the long arm of the law, Mike and Chris successfully hosted the first St. Mike’s VW BBQ and Cruise.