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1971 Volkswagen K70 [Typ 48]

1971 Volkswagen K70 [Typ 48] in The History of Volkswagen: The Definitive Story, Documentary, 2006 Ep. 1.13

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

1971 Volkswagen K70 [Typ 48]

Position 00:15:55 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2006-09-28 21:57

Is it the right picture? I do not recognize a Passat B1 in this :??:

Weasel1984 PL

2006-09-28 22:01

K70.

antp BE

2006-09-28 22:05

Seems better :D

benny IT

2006-09-29 17:20

Yes, K70. Model year 1970. First front wheel drive Volkswagen... :)

Kowalski

2006-11-23 00:07

The Volkswagen K70 was NOT a great car. Actually it was a ocean going Turkey. A lemon of the size of Brazil.

Richard Davies EN

2009-09-18 23:03

Wasn't it based on the Ro 80, but with a normal Otto cycle engine?

They didn't last long after the Passat came into production.

ingo DE

2010-01-07 21:55

@Richard Davies: No, it was just developed by the same team partly during the same time. There are only a very few little parts identical between RO 80 and K 70 (the biggest ones are the hubcaps).

To be correct, you have to say, that the Passat isn't the successor of the K 70. The Passat (in fact and by the technic just an Audi 80 Fastback) was the successor of the VW 1600 [Typ31].

So for us K 70-freaks the direct line continued in 2002. With the Phaeton. :sun:

ingo DE

2013-01-30 19:41

Huh, listed wrong since 6 1/2 years: it's a 1971 MY, not 1972 (old bumpers)

(inactive user)

2013-01-30 19:42

ingo wrote So for us K 70-freaks the direct line continued in 2002. With the Phaeton. :sun:


I thought you did not like the Phaeton?

ingo DE

2013-01-30 19:48

It's of course not my favourite, and I wouldn't like to have as an all-day-clunker, because maintenance and repairs are f*cking expensive due the obstructed and kinky construction. And it's F.Piechs beloved and pampered child - and I dislike Mr.Piech, as it's one of the most unsympatic guys ever. I'm really happy to own a Piech-and Porsche-influence-free VW.

My comment is viewing the class, one step above the Passat.

-- Last edit: 2013-01-30 19:48:35

G-MANN UK

2013-01-30 20:51

ingo wrote due the obstructed and kinky construction.


:lol:

ingo DE

2013-01-31 18:56

Don't lough. I've heard, that even changing a bulb from the headlight of a Phaeton costs a lot of money and can be only made by a VW-garage.

rjluna2 US

2013-01-31 19:13

You are quite right, ingo. My sister has the third generation Nissan Altima and she asked me to replace the headlight bulb on her car. There is no such how to replace the bulb of the headlight in her owner manual. I suggested her to take this to the authorized Nissan dealer to have it serviced. :/

ingo DE

2013-01-31 19:15

How much had she paid for that?

rjluna2 US

2013-01-31 19:19

She didn't say [:chut]

antp BE

2013-02-05 17:55

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