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Re: 71 Fastback




>Hello there,
>     I am brand new to the list, stationed in Germany,  and I have
>just aquired my first VW.  I have done a lot of reading on bugs but
>when I saw this car I just had to have it.  (I'm a little long winded
>but bear with me)  A GOOD friend (you will understand why he is a GOOD
>friend in minute)  told me about a fast back in a garage that an old
>man wanted to unload.  I said, "great" and we went and looked at it.
>In his garage sat a 1971 Fastback, with an automatic transmission, and
>95000 kilometers on the odometer (approx. 57000 miles).  I inquired
>about the price and the old man said "You can have it

Where are you stationed at? I was in Illesheim and Nurenberg (two tours).
Your story is very similar to mine and my Notch!!  I found mine in Nurenberg
while stationed in Illesheim... I was looking for an early bug and found
what is now my Notch. I did not knew nothing about T3s... not much about T1
either!! To me, to have that car for free is what is very rare, specially
coming from a German. Congratulations on your find!!! It cost me 1200$
(insurance included) to ship it to Houston, TX. I highly recommend to stay
on this list, is a great source of information. You can check my Notch at:
http://www.n-link.com/~panin/vw.html  just follow the link. Also I invite
you to check some pics from a VW show I attend recently, the URL is
http://members.xoom.com/panin

take care
Luis



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