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Re[2]: Type III miniatures

The only T3 thingy I have is a *pewter* key fob (which sits in a curio 
cabinet with my T3's original keys).  It's not an image, it's an actual 
three-dimensional representation about 1" - 2" in length.  I got it at a VW 
show and it was the only one I saw.  I believe I saw the same item in VW 
Trends or DB&HVWs, so scan those ads!  Yeah, finding T3 stuff is as easy as 
finding a patch of newly fallen snow in the Persian Gulf.
     Toby Erkson
     modified '72 VW Squareback 2.0L
     stock '75 Porsche 914 1.8L

P.S. I don't know what this type3@aimtec.ENET... is but it came up when I did my
'Reply To' so I'm sending it there, too.
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Subject: re: Type III miniatures
Author:  type-3-errors@umich.edu at SMTPGATE
Date:    11/6/96 12:55 PM

>does anybody know if there are type III miniatures available ? 
>I can find bugs, Karman Ghia's, Buggy's, but no Type III's.
>I would like a clean miniature thatr I can rebuild just like my own
>64' Notch 1500S, which btw is standing in my garage with a blown-up engine :-(

I have not been able to find any Type III miniatures and I have a friend who 
runs a fairly large model shop here in Atlanta.  I've found model Isettas and 
Messerschmitts, but not Type IIIs.

If anyone can come up with a manufacturer and part number please post it!

Dave Burden               | 1924 Studebaker Special Six Touring Car
Digital Equipment Corporation   | 1926 Studebaker Estate Wagon (hearse w/seats) 
Alpharetta, GA                  | 1957 BMW Isetta 300 convertible 
burden_d@warlrd.enet.dec.com    | 1971 VW Squareback

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