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Old 19-09-2011, 17:15   #21
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wolfsburg, really? i didn't know very nice, so vw had a chance to be wolfswagen maybe anyway if one day i buy vw - i will change the logo into wolfswagen, just for fun

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Old 19-09-2011, 18:08   #22
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Hey guys,
we have an Opel Astra Kombi, with box 2 dogs and 5 persons...or 2 person s and 4 dogsare possible...
and our 2nd car, even better
VW Caddy Maxi
very huge box...3 or 4 dogs are possible...and 5 people )

like Morian wrote, a really super "Wolfswagen"

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Old 19-09-2011, 21:26   #23
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This one might be a good dogcar



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Old 20-09-2011, 08:19   #24
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I have Wolfswagen Transporter with big cage inside. Last time I had inside 7 wolfdogs + 5 people.....
If you wish photos, I can send...
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Old 20-09-2011, 09:56   #25
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Originally posted by Mikael:
This one might be a good dogcar



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Hey Mikael - is it your car ??

(Most of all I like the tongue of this vehicle- it´s automatically cleaning the streets , right ?)

Can you send us a picture of your house too, dear Mikael ? I´m really curious now how it might look like....

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Old 20-09-2011, 13:05   #26
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My wolfwagon...
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Old 20-09-2011, 18:35   #27
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Fiat Punto classic. Have a cage in the back and use backseats for baggage in case I travel far (2100 km in 4 days, for example). For short trips (10-15 km), Frei fits in the cage together with her similarly sized friend without problems.

Before I used my father's Toyota Yaris (3 door version), good for driving short trips without any conversion, and with backseats put down (mostly for the dog's safety - I didn't want her mauled in case some big truck does not notice me in front of him) used for cca 2x1000 km trip for the mating (only me and Frei in the car). I used the shotgun seat for baggage and dog food (frozen meat) for the week-long trip.

My friend has Ford Mondeo, with most of the back space turned to spacious cage, but there is enough space between the cage and back seats for quite a lot of baggage. Once we drove the whole pack of puppies (8 pcs aged cca 4 weeks) in the cage, while the back seats where down, one half of the created space turned to a space for the Frei (again very spacious) and the rest was for baggage for 2 people and the pack for 3-4 days including food for all and puppy-fence. And everyone was quite comportable
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Old 20-09-2011, 18:45   #28
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it is time to create a new brand of cars specifically for us - WOLFSWAGEN
I think Pato should get a patent for that one (he has the copyright already ) - he converted an old Lada into one - the sedan model, so we used the trunk as trunk, the back seats were taken off, and there was a Skoda - Favorit mash screwed to a wooden barrier to keep the dog from getting to front seats. For longer parking the windows were open and fitted with another mesh - hard to describe but enough to keep the dog in but the car ventilated. Although he needed to repair the front seat once - Frei managed to tear off the wooden wall, and chew through the drivers seat to be able to sit in front waiting for us to return.
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I think Pato should get a patent for that one (he has the copyright already ) - he converted an old Lada into one - the sedan model, so we used the trunk as trunk, the back seats were taken off, and there was a Skoda - Favorit mash screwed to a wooden barrier to keep the dog from getting to front seats. For longer parking the windows were open and fitted with another mesh - hard to describe but enough to keep the dog in but the car ventilated. Although he needed to repair the front seat once - Frei managed to tear off the wooden wall, and chew through the drivers seat to be able to sit in front waiting for us to return.
lada? haha incredible
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Old 20-09-2011, 19:01   #30
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Well, my experience says Lada (for me always Zhiguli) is a car for every use. Saw one that crossed two-thirds of the long axis of Baikal, on the Baikal, when it was frozen of course. The newer models (like the one Pato had) had also quite good power, not so bad consumption, and apart from the terrible looks and turning radius (shirokaya strana rodnaya) approaching that of MIG at Mach-1 quite fun to drive. Although, instead of power steering it had a mini-fittness gym for the driver installed.
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surprising description from a foreign person, really
we think... something like this:

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I have Wolfswagen Transporter with big cage inside. Last time I had inside 7 wolfdogs + 5 people.....
If you wish photos, I can send...
I would LOVE to see a picture of 7 wolfdogs and 5 people
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5 humans + 6 wolfdogs fit in vw t4... we tried
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Old 21-09-2011, 00:08   #34
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I found a photo
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Old 21-09-2011, 08:01   #35
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Hello djb_yan. I wrote it bad... I have not photos of situiation 7+5. But it was easy. I have VW Transporter, longer version. So 3 wolfdogs in bigger cage, 2 in smaller cage and 2 under feets on owners. And 5 people on seats....
I can show you photos of "normal" situation...:

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Doggie-trailer behind my pushbike.
& here she is...
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:27   #37
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& here she is...
That's great! Super cool
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Ha ha, that one was funny

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Old 18-10-2011, 22:03   #39
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Ottokar started at the backseat of our BMW 5- series sedan, last year we changed to a Toyota Land Cruiser, with a boot, that could serve as a wolfdog family den, but of course Ottokar still prefers the back seat, so he can lick our ears every now 'n then.
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Old 19-10-2011, 02:32   #40
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Anlways a very old Ford mondeo station wagon and in the past a Lada
So I can transport all kind of pets and other species

But in the meantime I did become "famous" with cars with troubles and "longer stay" in all kind of CsW meetings in different countries)) hahhaha
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