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    I just want too see if others have had the same experience as I have with VW Clubs and their MGTD.

     Now that I have my 81 Vanagon and offered to give them a real web site, I’m the best guy in the club LOL 






    My car is not finished and I have not joined the the local VW club but any of the members that I have talked to have been very friendly and helpfull.

    Their web page http://www.vwdvkk.com/Link/index.html


    Michael Pullen


    I have never joined a VW club, but my wife drives a beautiful ’69 Beetle, and I’ve been to my share of swap meets and spent a lot of time around VW’s and VW people.  Many of THEM seem to feel that many of US are not REAL VW people because we chose to “hide” our car’s “true identity” under a kit body.  If you express an interest in air-cooled performence most of them will warm up to you.  Personally, I have chosen to use VW emblems on my MGTD, and will have a personalized license plate which reflects my car’s Germanic heritage. When I tell air-heads this, they seem to get it; a TD kit is no different than a Manx which is to say a VW re-body. I love air-cooled VW’s myself, and maybe that shows.



    Mark Hendrickson


    The NJ, NY, CT area VW club is Tri-State VW Club. They have a couple of shows every year and even have a class for VW based kits. They are also very helpful when asking VW related questions.

    Warren Olson


    I haven’t tried to join a VW Club but, is there anyone in the Pacific Northwest interested in getting together and swapping stories about their MG Replica’s? I can be reached at 253.653.5677 or email wlolson1@comcast.net looking forward to meeting others in my area. I live in Federal Way Washington.


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