Really, I am not on here much.... Love peeking in.... Wish that I could "work" on my wagon, and not rely on a mechanic... I have really enjoyed driving the B4V. And still have it! At just over 200,000 miles...she is running great!!!
My son bought a 1990 Toyota Corolla (automatic) from an acquaintance, with only 51,000 miles! He stated that he misses the TDI and wants to keep the wrecked car for parts. Lucky me.
During the Hollidays, I ran across another B4V owner, we talked and he mentioned selling his wagon...
Wife and I went driving around on Christmas Eve (in her Equinox TD). Ran across a B4V at a gas station, the wagon looks just like mine (green) without the rust! with 240,000 miles. In talking to him, found out that he might be selling it... wasn't looking into buying another hobby car, but...
We did get a well maintained VW 2008 Rabbit 2.5 for our 18 yr old daughter. We like VW's and he will most likely get another one. I keep telling him that all cars need work + it depends on what you like and able to put up with.
Bob, do you still have an extra B4V?
My son totaled his car!
Really don't know what other car he will want. After we bought a 2000 Malibu from a "friend", that car was nothing but a piece of junk, don't know why I fell for the "friend" price.
Anyway, he really wanted a 5speed TDI. Found this sedan. Not long after he had to replace...
Yes. I still have my B4V. Love driving it!! But, mostly drive the LMM (2008 Duramax). Because of work. The wagon has 198,256 on it, thus far. Hope that it keeps on. Of course, I get people to work on it, as I need to do what I know! So I can pay for any repairs.
Is this your wagon?
I might be interested, But, since I have a B4. Had a Mk4. Sons have Mk4. And I could go on... Want to make sure the shaft was taken care of.