Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bob Alatt, May 24, 2023.
Go have a look for yourselves
Nice. I paid £1000 for a very similar one in the early 90s. My wife to be’s first car.
Went to a few raves in a red one like that…
My sister had one in the 80’s I think. We called it a Jetta and she took umbrage and said it’s pronounced Yetta she had been living in Germany for a year
And she was correct
How did they get a vw and a big white hairy animal mixed up?
They do say "Yaguar", which always annoyed me.
Bit like the posh sections saying ya instead of yes.
Hugo and Marcie? He writes for the Guardian, you know. Lovely people!
I brought one years ago just for the Ronal Teddy bear alloys then scrapped the rest as it needed a new radiator and no one wanted a F-reg faded Jetta at the time .
Bet all the Jack's in her life loved being called Yak.
I thought it was only Polo's that came with the Teddy Bears?
They were on this Jetta when I bought it ! Cannot remember the size but 13 or 14 inch I think .Real marmite wheels but sold them straight away and had numerous calls after.
The big white hairy animal was a Skoda. Not always easy to tell them apart. However a Jetta could easily be confused with a Jetty which is quite different.
https://earlybay.com/threads/old-1980s-vw-jetta-and-teddy-bear-alloy-wheels.25443/ The must be rare alloys as just easily found the original advert from 13 years ago
I had a friend that bought an old Mk 2 Golf with pristine Pirelli alloys on it - funny when people don't know they don't know. Car was an old nail.
Sounds like you've been on the same tablets as me
Doctors say @Pudelwagen 's doing very well and may be released back into the community...
Nurse is still assessing me
Are you still walking around with no pyjama bottoms?
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