Bjoern
  • Bjoern
  • pre67vw Junkie Topic Starter
10 years ago
As most of you know, germans largest VW aircooled Show & Swapmeet will be at the 1st of May at Hannover Expo area. During the past years, a couple of additional events complete the show to the german classic week.

2012 will start with a unike event inside of the Volkswagen Automuseum. Professor Dr. Carl Hahn, the former leader of Volkswagen of America, father of the legendary DDB-comercials and president of the Volkswagen company and VW beetle friend will talk about his long life with VW. All interest guests are invited at friday, 27th of april at 7 p.m. at Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen, Dieselstrasse 35 Wolfsburg.

At saturday, 28th, collectors, traders, visitors and guests are welcome to the 'Rheumaklappe' Toy & literature Show at the Romantikpark Landleben, Kohlgärten 1- 3 Wolfsburg.

Durung the same day, there are a lot of additional attractions for friends of the Volkswagen brand so that noone have to feel bory. Inclusive a hopeful legendary party at saturday night.

On sunday there will be a large ride with hundreds of classic Volkswagen throug Wolfsburg and maybe the largest and most famous factory.
The ride will end at the Wolfsburg AutoMuseum where all partcipants could visit the expostion for free.

During your time in Wolfsburg, visitors are allowed to camp at the Landleben-area.

The freaks and outlaws will held the teaditional Mayday cruise madness @ McDonalds in Hannover - Laatzen nearby the Expo- Area on monday, the vintage guys will find their way to the private VW-party in Hessisch Oldendorf.

At tuesday, 1st of may all Volks will find their way to the 29th Maikäfertreffen with its thousands of squaremeters trading area, aircooled Volkswagen and Visitors. You are welcome!

www.kaefertreffen.de

www.kaeferclub-wolfsburg.de

www.romantik-park-landleben.de
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