A first year show in central Vermont. Just like the GMVWC shows of times gone by, this took place in the peak of the autumn foliage season. The day was overcast but the rain held back. Pics here!
Despite a major show in New Hampshire leading to light attendance, it was still nice to hang out with fellow motorheads, catching up with people we hadn’t seen in a while and exchange stories and experiences with new folks we met.
The complete album from last weekend, nearly 500 photos in all, is up and available for your enjoyment! Head to the Wolfsgart 2016 page to browse the full set!
I’ve uploaded pictures I’d taken at Wolfsgart 2010, which hadn’t been uploaded to the site before it crashed. I believe this was the 3rd year for Wolfsgart, and posting it is timely on the eve of Wolfsgart 7!Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)
After a 3 year hiatus, mother nature turned her back on the return of Vermont’s premiere VW show. Despite Saturday’s rain and the grim Sunday forecast, a loyal crowd paid no heed and made their way to the field. The crummy weather conditions didn’t do my photos any good, but I’m already looking forward to next year!
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!
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.
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.