by toycollector on Jul 26, 2014 Vehicle: 1999 Volkswagen Cabrio GLS 2dr Convertible
I purchased this 99 VW Cabrio used some many years ago.
I wanted a convertible and My Grand mother swore by VW.
Lest we forget, she bought her VW's when Volkswagon was still Volkswagon.
So, as my Cabrio ages, I would be in for some of todays technology short falls or upgrades that the car could/should have done without and be better for it .
I prefer it's look to todays cars, it has a great ride and handles well.
And where do they come up with no power in the reviews.
Mine goes like a bat out of, err a hot oven.
It is pleasing to drive, fantastic when the top is down and the mid support has a good look.
I drive this car anywhere I care to go with a big smile on my face.
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