1985 Volkswagen Quantum GL.

January 26, 2012

10 comments



10 comments:

Ray said...

Looks like he got the materials for the sunroof "fix" from the store where he's parked...

Anonymous said...

Also known as Passat on this side of the pond. :)

But leaky sunroof, what a surprise.

No-one has water-tight sunroofs, the idea of seals is to keep the leaks so small that drain hoses can handle it.

When hoses get clogged, it will leak and if not periodically cleaned, they will.

There should be "Some maintenance required"-sticker on all cars with sunroof. Very nice feature when it works and don't leak, though.

CSS said...

Also known as VW Santana in Brazil and VW Carat in Argentina!

Ben Piff said...

Wouldn't you just love to get caught by the owner documenting the roof? Yeah, that would be a fun conversation.

Justin said...

Wow....same color and trim level as the one shot in the parking garage....what's the chance of that?
And oh man, that'd be so awkward.(getting caught shooting the sealed sunroof)

Justin said...

Wow....same color and trim level as the one shot in the parking garage....what's the chance of that?
And oh man, that'd be so awkward.(getting caught shooting the sealed sunroof)

driving school worcester said...

A tip on caring for your vintage Cars: it is important that you have a good storage for your vintage cars to keep them away from the elements, such as extreme cold or sunlight, which can do much damage to your vehicles. Storing your cars in a garage is an excellent idea.

Justin said...

Spammer!

Anonymous said...

I may be wrong but didn't the one from the parking garage also have a similarly sealed sunroof in addition to the same color and trim?

karpet murah said...


I got a driver's license when I was sixteen. That year my father sent to Thailand. She never drive a car. Because my greatest son of seven children, I am the one who drove the car everywhere.