Volkswagen Eos

Even though the Volkswagen Eos is a recent car, people have been buying the sporty convertible coupe for years. Its style, handling and design made it the first coupe produced by the manufacturer in over a decade. There are plenty of other great features that people love with this car, but they also realize that…

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Volkswagen Cars Keep on Truckin’

Volkswagen is an automobile producer based in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. VW, as it is abbreviated, was initially established by the German Labor Front in 1937. By 1946, 1,000 Volkswagen cars were being produced each month. Volkswagen is the earliest vehicle in the Volkswagen Group, which includes Audi, SEAT, Bentley Motors, Bugatti Automobiles, Lamborghini, Škoda…

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Volkswagen Beetle Salvage Parts

If you are trying to find a great deal on salvage parts for the Volkswagen Beetle you can start by looking online. Many people still think that the best place to find these parts is at a junk yard and that is very true. However, there are now plenty of reliable places that will give…

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Volkswagen Beetle Foreign Car Parts

Foreign car parts for the Volkswagen Beetle can be expensive, especially if you are looking for parts that fit older models. However, you can save a lot of money by searching online or at a junk yard rather than going to an auto parts store. If your car is at the mechanics shop find out…

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Volkswagen Beetle

As the first and most popular car ever produced by this world renowned manufacturer, the Volkswagen Beetle has achieved fame for its style, size, and affordability. Different versions over the past couple decades have made this car a hot item again but older models are still sought after by many collectors and owners. One common…

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Used Trunk Lid’s Are Cheaper Than New Ones

There are plenty of car parts that can break over time, you need to know how to replace those parts in a cost effective way. It does not make any sense these days to pay full price, or even whole sale price on a trunk release, trunk latch or trunk lid when you can easily…

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Used Transmissions For Pennies on the Dollar

Let’s take a few minutes and discuss transmissions.  We don’t need to tell you that transmissions are expensive.  A new one will cost what? Depending upon the year, make, and model of your vehicle, then toss in labor, you can easily be looking at $1500-$2000 to replace a transmission with a new one. How about…

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Used Transmissions Are Money Savers

Used transmissions vs. new, aftermarket transmissions….that is the question? Whether it is nobler and more prudent to buy a brand new transmission and spend close to two thousand dollars for parts and labor or is it more frugal and wise to spend half of that by buying used and installing it yourself? More and more…

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