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Capt Marty Hogan
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Great VW history
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SSG Michael Noll
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Luv the beetle my first car and it was cool for me. If I had a muscle car I would be dead ;-)
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SSG Michael Noll
SSG Michael Noll
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Wonder why I like that color now
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SGT Kevin Hughes
SGT Kevin Hughes
1 mo
The Beetle in my story did not look like that! Wow! My Brother put a Hurst Four Speed in my 1963 Plymouth Fury III - and I never used anything higher than second gear. He called me a "chicken." My car was Yellow. LOL
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SSG Michael Noll
SSG Michael Noll
1 mo
SGT Kevin Hughes - lol brother Kevin, mine wasn't that nice either but was same year and color.
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SPC Woody Bullard
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My first car I bought in Germany from a brother 558th MP who was rotating back to the states
was a VW Beetle. My VW covered with snow and me freezing my rear off in the snow. 1969
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SGT Kevin Hughes
SGT Kevin Hughes
1 mo
Woody! I was at Scwheinfurt (Ledward Barracks) 1970-71-72...and I bought an MG Midget from a guy rotating back to the States. When it snowed, we would get out of the car and sit on the hood to warm up! LOL
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SPC Woody Bullard
SPC Woody Bullard
1 mo
SGT Kevin Hughes - I was stationed at the Kriegsfeld nuclear weapon NATO site#107 which was near Kaiserslautern 1969-70-71. We were in Deutschland the same time period. I'm a Florida native so I had never been in snow before arriving in the FRG. I had to learn how to drive on snow and ice. There were some dents on my VW fenders from sliding off the road into a ditch on those small roads around our NATO site. I thought I would freeze to death inside that VW beetle. :o)
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