Vintage Volkswagen cruise to Mr. Frosty's in Denton, Tx. Here's a little of what I saw.
These photos were taken at the end of a VW cruise, so everything came in under its own power. It was great to see this much old iron in motion and hear all those flat fours. There were dubs from all over, one owner said he drove in from Duncanville. That's nearly an hour drive!
Plenty of gorgeous bugs were in attendance.
VW wasn't the only flavor of German auto. This BMW 1600 ti was spotless inside and out.
This bug was a looker and was basically stock from what I could tell except for the altitude adjustment.
The sense of humor about performance is pervasive among vintage VW owners, but don't take my word for it just read some bumper stickers.
This well sorted early beetle looks sharp with it's oval window but that exhaust makes me think there's something special under the hood.
This camper was nice! I love the fog lamps and roof racks. Car bras are usually loathsome things that ruin the looks of whatever they're strapped to. This one however was matched to the car perfectly. It serves the purpose of protection and looks great!
The convertibles were represented too.
I saw this second gen. Honda CR-X survivor today. Looks to me like the original paint, rims, and exhaust. Which is actually kind of refreshing as most of these you see have been poorly modified by cash strapped teenagers.
Pretty much a complete car save the interior which was gutted. There was only a driver's seat. Is this a weight saving effort? Recent plates and tires make me think this thing just got back on the road.
I love seeing honest old cars like these. Would you paint it or roll it the way it is?
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