Friday, January 28, 2005

"Mr. J.D." ( new pictures 8/2-05)

Joern Dalsgaard,Aalborg.VW/ Porsche "aficionado" and tunings wizzard.He started back in the 70's and here in 05 he's "still going strong" !! :)Please check out some of J.D.'s WILD CREATIONS HERE !! Posted by Hello

"Aalborg 81"

April 1981,-some of the Aalborg-area vw guys. Posted by Hello


Joern Dalsgaard,Aalborg, made this Rajay turbo kit equipped 1600 T1 engine, for a customer back in the early 80's. Posted by Hello

Mr. Lokdam

Mmmm nice !!! Berg 5 with Quaife diff. Posted by Hello

The M-Flow workshop

Claus is building a 2007 ccm. T1 for a Danish guy called "Scooter".For further engine specifications, please read comment below.
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Welded intake manifolds for increased flow and perfect match porting.Welding by Claus (M-Flow) also. Posted by Hello

The intake manifolds before and after some serious work with the grinder. Posted by Hello

Porting the exhaust on the heads. Posted by Hello

The intake ports is re-worked too. Posted by Hello

Sunday, January 16, 2005

Friday, January 14, 2005


We're writing 1982, and Michael Berg demonstrates, that the California look can be obtained in cold Denmark too :) This car is probably the first callooker in DK !? MORE ABOUT M.BERG/ THE START OF THE CALIFORNIA LOOK IN DK.HEREPosted by Hello

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

The 356 Karmann Ghia

Henrik H, yet another member of M.I.B,is in the progress of finishing a beautyfull ghia ( U.S. import) The car will be powered by this Porsche 356 engine, which HH.currently is "rebuilding". More pictures of the Ghia HEREPosted by Hello

Okrasa !

Henrik H. made this very nice Okrasa engine for his split T1 ( now owned by Anders J.)The motor still lives under Henriks workbench,waiting for a new project :) Posted by Hello

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Mr.Riishede (New picture/comments 28/1-05)

Firestone slicks on 4-lug 15 inch italian 1973 Momo Porsche 914 rims !! This set-up was used on the drag vw, owned by Kim Riishede, DK.Kim raced this car in the late 80's,but after all these years, this is still the fastest " real steel" bug on the 1/4 mile, build in Denmark !! More about Mr. Riishede and his cars HEREPosted by Hello