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    Richard Wobby


    Just returned from a nother fine morning jaunt, I’m beginning to thing that Four wheel drive example might be better suited for the coming climate. That whole global warming thing has had a big impact on Vermonts winter.

    Larry Murphy


    ┬áRichard, It,s a good thing that we are having global warming or you would not be able to cruise at all ! I’m surprised that you did not have the top down! Seriously, I admire you for taking it out at all,just be careful, those body parts would be hard to replace.I’m glad you both enjoy ”her Christmas present” !

    Paul Mossberg


    Great shot Richard.

    That drive will be a great memory. The first time I ever drove my TD, it snowed. I had spent nine months building it and didn’t care that it was the middle of December, with snow in the forecast. Sure ‘nuf, about a half hour into the debut drive, the snow started.

    Paul Mossberg
    Former Owner of a 1981 Classic Roadsters Ltd. Duchess (VW)
    2005 Intermeccanica Roadster

    If you own a TDr and are not in the Registry, please go to and register (you need to copy and paste the link)

    Will Burge


    Cool picture! The Car looks great, it will be even more fun cruzin’ with the top down. We don’t get alot of sun here in Washington, so when it does peak out (even for a few hours), no matter how cold it is we’re out in the migi top down. bundled up like snowmen, but top down. Theres alot of folks smiling and waving every time we go out. I’m not sure if its because they think we’re cool or just plain crazy.


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