Friday, June 15, 2018

Captive Breeding Program: 1981 Volkswagen Rabbits

The Volkswagen Golf was introduced in 1974 as a replacement to the 36 year old Beetle (Type 1) and sold like salty pretzels at Oktoberfest, with over 6 million of the front-drive compacts leaving worldwide factories through 2009.  For the first few years, the Giorgetto Giugiaro (of ItalDesign - noted for his work on the Alfa Giulia Sprint, Ferrari 250 GT, Maserati Bora and Isuzu Impulse) designed family car was called the Rabbit for the US market. Find these 1981 Volkswagen Rabbits offered for $500 starting near Rome, GA via craigslist. Tip from Matt C.



From the seller:
 1981 VW RABBITS 
VIN: 7777777 
condition: fair 
cylinders: 4 cylinders 
drive: fwd 
fuel: diesel 
odometer: 999999 
paint color: custom 
size: sub-compact 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: other 
DUE TO HEALTH REASONS WE R FORCED 2 SELL OFF R COLLECTION.SELLING IS WHAT THIS IS NOT A GIVE AWAY PROGRAM!?!CALL 4 MORE INFO N PLEASE B SERIOUS!?!PRICES START @ 500.00 THANKS


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2 comments:

  1. How much for the VW Rabbit Caprice in the last picture? (

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  2. When in Rome... you collect Rabbits.
    When in Napa... you collect one Rabbit... and 10 Mercedes diesels.
    Behold: Gang o' Benzitos

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