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Donnerstag, 23. August 2007, 00:29

Du har rigtig dejlige biler! Jeg har set mange gamle biler i Danmark, men sjælden i virkelig god tilstand...
Og jeg har været i Danmark hver sommer siden 1984 - til 2001 altid med en Passat :)

I dette år var jeg med min Passat i Nordjylland. Fordi jeg har to Passat 32B og to Golf 1 her i Tyskland, söger jeg gerne reservedele på danske autoophuger... Og det er som i paradis: På næsten hver plads har de nogle gamle Volkswagen - som i Tyskland for ti år siden! Så køber jeg masser af dele og tager de med hjem. En tour til Danmark betaler sig hver gang :D

Mange hilsen fra Hannover,
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PS: Næste gang skriver jeg også på engelsk :rolleyes:
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Donnerstag, 23. August 2007, 16:15

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Du har rigtig dejlige biler! Jeg har set mange gamle biler i Danmark, men sjælden i virkelig god tilstand...
Og jeg har været i Danmark hver sommer siden 1984 - til 2001 altid med en Passat :)

I dette år var jeg med min Passat i Nordjylland. Fordi jeg har to Passat 32B og to Golf 1 her i Tyskland, söger jeg gerne reservedele på danske autoophuger... Og det er som i paradis: På næsten hver plads har de nogle gamle Volkswagen - som i Tyskland for ti år siden! Så køber jeg masser af dele og tager de med hjem. En tour til Danmark betaler sig hver gang :D

Mange hilsen fra Hannover,
Jörn

PS: Næste gang skriver jeg også på engelsk :rolleyes:


Tusind tak! – Ja, vi har lidt det problem i Danmark, at klimaet er ret dårligt for biler, samtidig med at priserne er meget høje på nye biler, så vi kører generelt en hel del rundt i gamle lig :) Og jeg kan godt kende det du siger, sidste sommer var jeg en tur i Düsseldorf, og på autobahn’en så jeg kun én enkelt Golf2, herhjemme i Danmark ser man jo Golf2 hele tiden :D

Hilsen Chris

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Donnerstag, 23. August 2007, 21:45

Fyn war ich auch schon ;)
Arbeite in Rödekro :D
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Donnerstag, 23. August 2007, 21:49

Achja ab 4ten gibt es dänisch-Kurs dann kann ich mitschnacken :D
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falls es doch kaputtgeht, normalerweise herausstellt, daß es unmöglich zerlegt oder repariert werden kann

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Donnerstag, 23. August 2007, 23:19

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Achja ab 4ten gibt es dänisch-Kurs dann kann ich mitschnacken :D


Hehe, even though it would be nice, its probably not a good idea to try and make danish the primary language in the "International section" :] besides, Jörn wrote in his post that he'd write in english the next time ;)

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Donnerstag, 23. August 2007, 23:24

Das klingt gut - habe mittlerweile auch ein Jahr Dänisch-Kurs hinter mir ;)

@ cvj-dk: I'm always surprised how many Golf 2 still drive around in Denmark. Okay, you can also find a lot here, but they are so cheap that nearly every repair would mean the death... By the way, almost every yellow Golf from the former Deutsche Bundespost seems to have been exported to Denmark :D
But I haven't seen that many 32B on the street... I think, only the Dinol-conserved cars have survived until today. But that is quite usual in Denmark, isn't it? I've seen several cars with "Dinol"-plugs in the doors...

EDIT: I really like Denmark, the Danish people an the language - that's why I'm learning it. Sure, my Danish is not very good yet, but I'm working on it... So it's a good training for me to speak and write Danish from time to time ;) But I guess it's more efficient for the other users to write in English, that's why I do that now. There are unfortunately too few Germans who can understand Danish :(
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Freitag, 24. August 2007, 00:10

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@ cvj-dk: I'm always surprised how many Golf 2 still drive around in Denmark. Okay, you can also find a lot here, but they are so cheap that nearly every repair would mean the death... By the way, almost every yellow Golf from the former Deutsche Bundespost seems to have been exported to Denmark :D
But I haven't seen that many 32B on the street... I think, only the Dinol-conserved cars have survived until today. But that is quite usual in Denmark, isn't it? I've seen several cars with "Dinol"-plugs in the doors...

EDIT: I really like Denmark, the Danish people an the language - that's why I'm learning it. Sure, my Danish is not very good yet, but I'm working on it... So it's a good training for me to speak and write Danish from time to time ;) But I guess it's more efficient for the other users to write in English, that's why I do that now. There are unfortunately too few Germans who can understand Danish :(


Hehe, yup - the yellow Golfs are very popular, I think because they were diesels? I any case the diesel Golf2's have a very good reputation as commuters cars, because of a great overall economy.
And unfortunately you’re right about the 32B’s – I don’t think they were ever very popular here. And there is virtually no 32B “scene” in Denmark :(
Yes, treatment with Dinol (called Dinitrol in Danmark) along with other wax/oil anti-rust products such as Pava and Suvo is very common in Denmark. We “need” our cars to last longer because of the high prices on new cars ;(
My own ’86 fliessheck has been treated with Dinitrol several times :D:



By the way, your written danish was very good! I ought to write in german to practice as well, es geht aber unglaublich langsam, wenn ich mich auf Deutsch formulieren muss :P

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Freitag, 24. August 2007, 16:55

Jaja das gute suvo :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

ist echt gut aber wehe du musst was am wagen machen ;)
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Samstag, 25. August 2007, 00:29

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We “need” our cars to last longer because of the high prices on new cars ;(

...and that's why I'm always upset that so many Danish people drive Opel! :D Unfortunately, VW seems to have an "high price" image? But quality never dies! Friends told me that many Golf 2 are imported from Germany to Denmark now - and I have to say once again: They know what's good :)
Especially the old Diesel-VWs have almost completely been sold to foreign countries within the last ten years. The German tax is very high for Diesel-models without catalytic converter... You have to pay more for a twenty-year-old Passat than for a two-year-old Touareg! Well, our car industry wants to sell its new cars - that's why long lasting old cars are (especially politically) undesired here :rolleyes:

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Oh, that sounds interesting! How much is a Dinitrol-treating for a Passat? Would perhaps be an option for the next holidays in Denmark - could be cheaper than here ;)

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By the way, your written danish was very good! I ought to write in german to practice as well, es geht aber unglaublich langsam, wenn ich mich auf Deutsch formulieren muss :P

Tak skal du ha'! :) As I wrote, I'm always working on it. The Danish grammatic is not that difficult, but the pronounciation is sometimes quite unusual...
And I can absolutely understand your problem - writing in Danish takes me also much time because I don't have Å, Æ, and Ø on my keyboard ;)
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Samstag, 25. August 2007, 16:24

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...and that's why I'm always upset that so many Danish people drive Opel! :D Unfortunately, VW seems to have an "high price" image? But quality never dies! Friends told me that many Golf 2 are imported from Germany to Denmark now - and I have to say once again: They know what's good :)


Hehe, I have a good friend who drives an Opel Zafira, and I tease him with the fact that the steering-wheel and drivers seat are more worn in his car, with 50.000km on the clock, than they are in mine with 415.000 km :D – and yes, especially some years back, a VW was considered an expensive car, but at the same time, resale-prices have always been better than for most other brands, and they do last a long time, compared to various Japanese, French and Italian cars that shall remain unnamed :rolleyes: .


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Especially the old Diesel-VWs have almost completely been sold to foreign countries within the last ten years. The German tax is very high for Diesel-models without catalytic converter... You have to pay more for a twenty-year-old Passat than for a two-year-old Touareg! Well, our car industry wants to sell its new cars - that's why long lasting old cars are (especially politically) undesired here :rolleyes:


Yes, I’ve noticed that you’re quite crazy about installing aftermarket catalytic converters on old cars in Germany :) - fortunately in Denmark, the way a car is taxed, is the way it was originally taxed, at the time of the first registration – this means that cars with a first registration before 1997 are taxed purely by the fuel-type (diesel powered cars are about 50% more expensive than gasoline powered cars) and on the weight of the vehicle.
My sister's car has been imported from Germany at some point, and it therefore has an aftermarket catalytic converter, but that doesn’t mean that she pays any less in road taxes here in Denmark.



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Oh, that sounds interesting! How much is a Dinitrol-treating for a Passat? Would perhaps be an option for the next holidays in Denmark - could be cheaper than here ;)


I payed the equivalent of about 450€ to get the Dinitrol-treatment (underbody aswell as cavities) – I would imagine that to be more than you would pay in Germany? At least if the pricing is similar to the prices of getting general service on cars, it’s becoming more and more popular to drive to Germany for service, in order to get the stamp in the book, at a much lower cost ;)
On a sidenote, I don’t really trust that its possible to get wax in everywhere, through a few holes, especially in the doors, so when my car went the last time, it looked like this :):



(The doorcards were also removed, and the rust by the filler-cap and in the wheel-well was repaired (welded) aswell)

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Samstag, 22. September 2007, 01:54

Habe unter meinem Passat heute überhaupt auch Suvo,Pava etc... gefunden :D
hab mich schon immer gewundert warum er von unten kein Rost hat

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Samstag, 29. September 2007, 17:14

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Habe unter meinem Passat heute überhaupt auch Suvo,Pava etc... gefunden :D
hab mich schon immer gewundert warum er von unten kein Rost hat


Looks as though it’s been given a decent ”shower” at some point – only the part in the lower right corner could do with a touchup ;)



Now that we’re on the subject of conservation;
I’ve just put one of my cars (back) into storage for the winter, but I’d like to do something to stop some of the parts in the engine-bay from corroding further, mainly the fuel-distributor:



I was thinking of using the kind of Vaseline-spray you normally use for contacts, battery connectors and so on - would that be a good idea, or does anyone have any great ideas/tips?

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Samstag, 29. September 2007, 17:30

i would either use some cavitiy wax od WD40.... easiest way to have a protection against corrosion.... and you can steam clean it in spring....

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Samstag, 29. September 2007, 20:01

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i would either use some cavitiy wax od WD40.... easiest way to have a protection against corrosion.... and you can steam clean it in spring....


The cavity wax was my first idea, but I’ve made quite a mess with that in the past, so I was trying to avoid using it again – which is what made me think of the Vaseline. I don’t know why I didn’t just think one step further to WD40, but I think I’ll go with that. Thanks Juergen :D

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Sonntag, 30. September 2007, 23:59

my passat is just back on the road after 2 years in storage. i just kept spraying wd40 every now and then on things that might corrode, everything under the bonnet is perfect.

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Montag, 1. Oktober 2007, 17:45

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my passat is just back on the road after 2 years in storage. i just kept spraying wd40 every now and then on things that might corrode, everything under the bonnet is perfect.


Sounds great! - mine is hopefully not going to be stored more than 6 months ;)

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Montag, 1. Oktober 2007, 22:34

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my passat is just back on the road after 2 years in storage. i just kept spraying wd40 every now and then on things that might corrode, everything under the bonnet is perfect.



- I am not too sure whether using WD40 as an anticorrosive is a great idea in the long run.
WD40 advertises as a de-rusting device for loosening rusted screws, nuts, bolts etc. - so it is somewhat aggressive and destablizing towards (rusted) metal.
For my own part, I would not use it as an anticorrosive. Instead of that, I use a spray-oil with silicon additives...

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Montag, 1. Oktober 2007, 23:13

WOW! My holy godness!

From looking to that kind of car styling parts i am getting
eye cancer...man is this an extreme sort of girlie styling...

8o ;(

But one thing is lovely:



A heart shaped exaust pipe, what a sight!

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Samstag, 6. Oktober 2007, 17:34

It turned out that I was out of WD40, and after seeing Tilman's reservation about using WD40 - I decided to save the money, and ended up using a silicone-oil from ALDI 8):



So now she’s been put to beauty-sleep for the winter :D





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WOW! My holy godness!

From looking to that kind of car styling parts i am getting
eye cancer...man is this an extreme sort of girlie styling...

8o ;(

But one thing is lovely:



A heart shaped exaust pipe, what a sight!

:tongue:

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Hehe, so you like those things huh:tongue:? The very first thing I did to my Trend when I got it, was to remove what the previous owner had added (I guess to improve the top-speed? :D):



Had it been a heart however, I would have kept it of course :P

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Samstag, 6. Oktober 2007, 18:24



hmmm... i think for me it would have been a hard choice where to start with removing; the mud-flaps, the wheel trims or the exhaust pipe ? :D

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