Im sure ill get flamed for this but, Lets have some ideas on the best way to take you vengeance out on a volkswagen?
Let me start...
1. Entering the car in a dirt track race and forcing it to lose every time just for spite.
demolition derby? a flower box in the garden? a case of beer (your favorite) and a 12 guage shot gun? skate park feature?.....i've been restoring them for better then 10 years so i got plenty of ideas......
i have one thats way better and ive always wanted to do. some place up there in the great state of nh, every year they have a car roll over contest. they build a ramp, you weld in a roll cage, pull out all of the glass, and compete against other hillbillies, i mean, people to see who can get thier car to roll over the most times. i knew a guy who won one year. maybe he got second but im pretty sure he won it. thats what you should do. i think caferacer.net should sponcer your car and pay the entry fee or something.
I think that I have a true story that tops almost all. Well the ******** up here in WI have a night called the "eve of Destruction" at a local race track. There is all kinds of wild races, and mass destruction. Theres school bus figure 8's, trailer races, jet dragster melt downs, spin to win contests, and distance jumping comps, and much much more. But this past year they played a game of football with a VW bug painted brown with a white strip for the lacing. Well that was in the middle and then there was about 5-6 full size station wagons, or passanger cars on each team painted up like the players. When ever the offical waved a flag it was the start of the play. Mind you they were on pavment so traction and speed were good, plus there was about 50 feet of open space befor impact. Green bay v.s. Dallas. I think the poor little bug made it maybe 3 plays before folding up like a bread box between the fenders of a opposing teams vechicles. It was intresting need less to say.
Anyone up for a game of football [>]
JD were you there the year that I drove my '84 GTi in the spectator drags? I came in second, and went to the announcers booth and had him tell everybody that it was a bone stock 4 cylinder with 150k miles on it that just spanked their big sloppy handling boats. People were actually cheering for me!
"Look at that little vote-swaggin' go!"
"Them things are made off-shore somewhere."