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Old 30-09-2012, 23:15
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Default Passat-C 32B Break 1984 -Diesel

hello all sorry for my bad english
I always exclaims the translator
I live in France in a small town in the center
I have many Volkswagen Golf mk1 and Passat 35i
but
I'll present my Passat 32b
Here in France there is no info and no or very little parts !

On a website two months there I missed one 32b Syncro ...

and one under my yeu 32b Lhasa Green 84 .. break

I call the monssieur is discussed as a moment of ab tou you anything, buy new 1 hand, maintenance mechanics 2-3 regular bills lately

The car is 200 klms a saint constant at the border of the Aveyron

A friend had planned to go and join his family for the holidays Aurillac on the departure decale> Sunday, August 5
Endless road ...

it arrives on site ... There is live marvel

I shopped around a bit when I became disenchanted even
she has lived there Memer .. countryside more ...

I share a tour of the 1600 D 54cv ... étoner as its leads checkout!
5 Speed ​​Long stagger report death Shocked

and know my distrust of my 1600 D / Td property ure makes me very afraid to return .. Sad
but hey it runs fairly well with 260,000 klms

1 photo ad Shocked






This part is we go with!
we can notice the dome light ...

We stopped for transferred the mat in the first bin I can already bear the smell of chicken is very strong! : Ye:










tranquillou one starts down the coast to reach the top 80 120 dimensions are necessarily unpeu fear of 1600D ...


highway and then surprise! box stagger beautifully nothing to do with a box that Guelle Golf has died
Storm has little sympastique 30 klm / h on the highway warning light his puts me in the mood!




arrive at clermont she didn 't flinch, she had no malgres made significant path from a year 10zaine owner told me avai
the two together it was magical as a kid I eternal rain




That practice, but there is corect wholesale taf, the pieces that are rare and the info found!
Control against visiting Tec bad tire and Sun malfixer Lighthouse,
front brakes are a change
Ar are the new with the dispatcher,
the clutch has 10,000 Klm, the head gasket was already done during his life adventurer!
To do well when I paste a Distrie Bloc, always drain the fluid and filter, all hoses gazoile change, and 2-3 O PARCI spoke
engine mounts and vera wear ...




Ok Carte Grise mounting plate these disgusting, always cleaning the wheel, no rust surprise I Bleufer!




sills and slightly evil are the negative point:





This is a really unusual car I think it does not look like the other Volkswagen is a mix of 1-2 and Golf audi 80 for mechanical
she has awesome turning radius, with the nose it it's better now!
Shorter than the wheelbase 35i is misleading!
the interior is in superb condition alas! the driver's seat Hs, nothing goes to the following places I green! this is horrible posture

The serious bON Things we start from 2 week and for her
complette posser study for the front! (Ar Golf 2 ditto!)
there are just short spring in -35 for 32b ... I'm not very interested in her!
I veus one coherent truk not DIY, most mek rolling down "low budjet" above the spring is cut ... : Evil:

-Cardboard pieces in the box damper leg of full advance oufff THE TESTED!
j 'part was to mount the front Weitec the One
namely that it is a kind polo 86c with mounting leg and one rocket parts! there is no Threaded my little knowledge

Golf 1 result cartridge too short in the leg 32b of the Force ...
the spring looks nothing also .. stop by to guide down the spring .. a small weight on the hack I told her not move ...

not convinced of my mind, I turn green real cartridge 32b for short!

after a sever masturbation of the mind is a lot of time on the net!
I find the Biltein B6 --- I have more than spring so
rummaging though I find spring for Audi 80 B4 -6 hoping her go (especially in the form below)

I can have the set ready for installation
tate even when but I do make a custom thread: eu:
decoupe welding and finally the circus without being the result of ...

it is interesting to rediscover a box!

Visit Ok against the light was not Fix the former had the Tinkering!




the sudden dismantling of carpet in the crowd because it is really gradingue!
no rust really fun!




nice little discovery! Kinder retro packing list well




and 28 years of dirt .. this is really crazy!





suspentions for the decision is made I will make custom thread:

several solution:

cutting threaded Golf 2 to keep a piece of thread, the solder on the upper body 32b
as photo mail precedament

or control coilover universal manchoner / solder leg 32b
the idea is really simple but cool back more expensive is not sure of getting the right diameter and good couplelles
like this



I'm still hot even for me a short story spring assembly not be disappointed if its not already pretty descent!
since the problem of thread to messure is support-rod high on the leg 32b, which reduces therefore the threaded adjustment at the lowest ....
I do not know if you follow

I am here to exchange ideas with you do not hesitate to ask me any questions give RECOMMENDED

I'll answer as simply as possible

sorry for imcomprehensions

thank you for the time given!

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Very nice car. and rare too!

Welcome to the forums. Our member Zollie will love your car too, he just bought a 32B from france.
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Old 12-10-2012, 18:30
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Bienvenu dans cette forum!

Moi, je suis un novice ici aussi. Je suis tombe sur ton message au cours d un recherche Google sur des articles sur le Passat en France. Tu as raison, il n y en a beaucoup dans ton pays. Moi, je suis allemand mais mon bon vieux Passat (1982) a fait plusieurs voyages vers la France.

T as un beau voiture. Le rouille sur les flancs derrieres, c est presque normal. Mais il y a des pieces a reparer ca, elles ne sont pas trop cheres mais il faut de la soudage et de la peinture. Quant a tes portes (les portes avant surtout), il n y a pas encore de la rouille sur les fonds?

Je ne pense pas que tu parle allemand mais il y a des pages formidables sur le Passat 32b:

www.passatclassic.de
www.passat-kartei.de

la derniere c est la page de la communaute "inofficiel" des chauffeurs du Passat 32 et 32b, et en y trouve des vrais specialistes!

Je suis justement en train d astiquer ma voiture un peu (avec l aide d un garagiste compentent), elle a 30 ans maintenant et on peut l immatrucaler comme "voiture historique" en Allemagne, prevu que c est dans un etat assez agreable.
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Bienvenu dans cette forum!

Moi, je suis un novice ici aussi. Je suis tombe sur ton message au cours d un recherche Google sur des articles sur le Passat en France. Tu as raison, il n y en a beaucoup dans ton pays. Moi, je suis allemand mais mon bon vieux Passat (1982) a fait plusieurs voyages vers la France.

T as un beau voiture. Le rouille sur les flancs derrieres, c est presque normal. Mais il y a des pieces a reparer ca, elles ne sont pas trop cheres mais il faut de la soudage et de la peinture. Quant a tes portes (les portes avant surtout), il n y a pas encore de la rouille sur les fonds?

Je ne pense pas que tu parle allemand mais il y a des pages formidables sur le Passat 32b:

www.passatclassic.de
www.passat-kartei.de

la derniere c est la page de la communaute "inofficiel" des chauffeurs du Passat 32 et 32b, et en y trouve des vrais specialistes!

Je suis justement en train d astiquer ma voiture un peu (avec l aide d un garagiste compentent), elle a 30 ans maintenant et on peut l immatrucaler comme "voiture historique" en Allemagne, prevu que c est dans un etat assez agreable.


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Welcome to the forum!

I am a newbie here too. I came across your message during one Google search articles on the Passat in France. You're right, there are many n in your country. I am German, but my old Passat (1982) made ​​several trips to France.

T have a nice car. The rust on the sides behind, c is almost normal. But there are parts to repair ca, they are not too dear but it takes welding and painting. As for your doors (especially the front doors), yet there is no rust on the funds?

I do not think you speak German but there are some great pages on the Passat 32b:

www.passatclassic.de
www.passat-kartei.de

c is the last page of the community "unofficial" drivers of Passat 32 and 32b, and there are real specialists!

I'm just going to polish my car a bit (with the help of a mechanic compentent), she is 30 years old now and can immatrucaler as the "historic car" in Germany expected that c is in a state quite pleasant.


Nice 32B
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Old 20-10-2012, 21:07
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oops, sorry for using french language only. Your translation seems to be an automatic one, here is the official version by the author:


Welcome to this forum!

I am a newbie here, too. I stumbled across your posting during a Google search for articles referring to Passat in France. You are right, there are not too many in your country. I am german but my goodl old Passat (1982) has made several trips to France.

You have a nice car. Rust on the rear sidewalls is almost normal. But there are repair sheets available, they are not too expensive but you need welding and painting. Concerning your doors (especially the front doors), there is no rust on the bottom parts?

I don't think that you speak german but there are two great websites about the Passat 32b:


www.passatclassic.de
www.passat-kartei.de

The latter one is the website of the semi-officiel union of Passat 32/32b drivers, there are some real specialists!

I am just going to brighten up my car a little (with the help of a competent repairman), it has just 30 years and I can register it as a "vintage car" in german, provided that it is in a quite acceptable shape.
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Welcome Winfried. How about a thread on your Passat ?
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Well, there is not much to say about my car, except that is one of the remaining 89 Passat Variant with the 63kW engine in Germany - and probably one of the very few of these with automatic gear box (these were never very popular in Germany). During the past months I had restored it cosmetically and also did quite a bit of work myself. It also needed some repairs, especially on the rear suspension, but NO welding on the main frame. I hope it will be registered as "vintage car" in the following days, and this will be the moment to present it to the public in all its beauty.
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thank's I already know these forums are a German sources of information
I just get the short spring Golf 2 on the front








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Love the raked look. Now some rims and call it done!
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Why new rims?? The original rims do not look too bad on this car. And if they are rusty they can be repainted: brush off dust particles with an iron brush, two coats of anti-rust paint and one or two coats of rim silver paint. If you want a smooth surface you can add one or two layers of transparent paint. The silver and transparent paint are available in spray cans.

You can do all this without taking off the wheels, however it is better to take off the rims. You do not have to remove the tires if you tape carefully around the edges of the rim.

My re-painted rims (which originally were quite rusty) do not show any new rust after six months. A guy once showed me repainted rims (without taking off the tires) and I could not believe that it was not the original factory paint, the surface was very smooth due to the layers of transparent paint he added.
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PS. If you repaint your rims and remove the wheel bolts make sure to clean the conical bores after painting. The conical part must not be coated in any way, because it is the friction between the conical bore and the conical part of the bolt which keeps the latter tightened!
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THANKS WinfriedB
I do not keep the original rims sheets I think mount aluminum eras
I'm on vacation in November with 1,200 km of journey well cool!



























I have also purchase a wreck to pieces!
one interior in superb condition, the shock front, headlight I'm too cash!








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Old 18-12-2012, 08:25
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Faut pas parler de rouler 1200km en Passat. Je suis roule 800km env. pendant un weekend pour une petite ronde en France, ca se fait sans problemes. Arreter l accelerateur a 120kmh sur une grande route nationale, prendre la voie gauche, et c est parti...

Dans les annees 80, je suis roule env. 2000km en Renault4 pendant les vacances en quelques semaines, dont la plupart en France.

Les Passat ils sont assez fiables, et ils sont toujours une vue impressionante entre les voitures bien "arrondies" d aujourd hui.
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Old 27-01-2013, 18:10
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en attendant les nouvelles suspention j'ai tester ces futur roues


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the damper custom










Passat is the pass for the geometry of the front
this is perfect! I always mount new!


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Nice update! What wheels are those?
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Nice update! What wheels are those?


On the last pic, these are the standard wheels/rims, made of steel and almost always rusty ... mine show spots of rust one year after re-painting.

I think these rims still look best on the Passat 32B. The same rims were used on many other VW models of that era so it is no problem to find some in good condition - if you are willing to change over the tires.

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Very nice car ... un voiture tres belle!

I hope I can manage to participate the oldtimer meeting at the Lac de Madine next weekend. Maybe we will meet there?

J espere je peux participer au rassemblement des voitures de collection au Lac de Madine le weekend prochain. Peut-etre on s y retrouve.

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new engine ! new wheels !


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