This video was filmed and submitted by reader and ’67 enthusiast Rees Klintworth. There’s nothing like the cadence of an air cooled engine.
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Hello, I'm Eric. I founded and curate 1967beetle.com. I also co-founded Lane Russell with my wife Amanda. I drive a '67 Beetle daily, and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.
Hello, Rees! I am glad to see that you and your Beetle still are enjoying one another's company. And...a fine drive it was. My wife and I kept waiting for you to say something. Then, I had hopes that you were going to drive by the Court House. Maybe we'll do that the next time you are out for a drive. Thanks for the thrill of riding with you! jay
I thought about adding a little commentary, but I decided to use this first video as a way to just show the experience of driving a vintage Beetle. The audio on an action camera also makes it difficult to pick up talking over the vehicle and road noises. Maybe next time I'll work something out though!
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Seems to be a nice car. Where is
beautiful car :-) someday I will get one.
Rick--I'm keeping my fingers crossed--hoping that you did not