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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
    Did old Beetles have a ciggie lighter?
    When did they change from six to twelve volts?
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    “It takes up loads when aircon, stereo etc”

    Did the bug have ANY of these Energy Polerizer Mk 2
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    'The device acts as a small battery for cars'. I now finally understand why my car uses so much fuel- the damn battery is too big!

    Anyway I'm getting the 6-car family package- it comes with a Bugatti Veyron!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    “It takes up loads when aircon, stereo etc”

    Did the bug have ANY of these Energy Polerizer Mk 2
    Watching “Transformers” tonight with the boys, it appears the old bugs had radios (don’t think they were stereo)Energy Polerizer Mk 2

    To give the fuel savings, these old radios mist have some big valves hiding behind the dashEnergy Polerizer Mk 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by d2dave View Post
    Just when I thought I had seen it all, along comes this.

    Bought back memories of the energy polerizer

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    I tried to find a Mark 1. It failed as it wasn't LED apparently

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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Ian View Post
    When did they change from six to twelve volts?
    After 1964............. I had a type 3 wagon from that year that was 6 volt.

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    The change was in 1967 from memory.............. a mate had a 69 beetle that was definitely 12v.

    His mother bought a new beetle in the year of the last of the original ones.............74 ish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 350RRC View Post
    The change was in 1967 from memory.............. a mate had a 69 beetle that was definitely 12v.

    His mother bought a new beetle in the year of the last of the original ones.............74 ish?
    My first car was a 67 deluxe. Still 6v.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    “It takes up loads when aircon, stereo etc”

    Did the bug have ANY of these Energy Polerizer Mk 2
    Yes they had a radio with one speaker….

    With 4 speed on the floor,bucket seats,twin exhaust,they were well ahead of the rest at the time.

    The engine slid out easy as,bloody simple.

    One of my brothers had one for years,it got to the tip of the Cape and back no worries,except for not having a windscreen for a while after a Frogmouth decided to commit suicide.

    There is a good vid on U tube of Larry Perkins rebuilding the one he used in a few rallys.
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    They are also good for a fast fan belt change.

    Can be done with the engine running.

    The Original Fast Volkswagen Belt Change. - YouTube
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