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Volkswagen Iltis: on a large leave

Volkswagen illtis

Volkswagen illtis

If you have passed the 40 then there is certainly 'big leave'. The uniform of this Volkswagen Iltis was, however, maintained. 

By: Dirk de Jong


This military all-rounder was developed by Audi and has served as a passenger transport operator. Maybe even as a command vehicle with the Bundeswehr, and later also in other countries. With the internet, the reach for classics has been greatly increased and has become a 'limitless' hobby. As a result, more beautiful specimens come to our country. But  more are disappearing too. 

Our Dutch arms brothers often rode in a Munga (DKW). An Audi predecessor. This Volkswagen Iltis is rare in the Dutch classic country. Our government 'supports' classic property through increasing demands and burdens and wants to limit its use. 

The owner of this beautiful VW Iltis has the craziest store in Emmen. A shop that makes the bon vivant happy. He wonders whether things should be 'greener' now. As far as we are concerned, he can regularly exchange the dark garage for the sunny outside air, the more classics the better the street scene.

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