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RE: [T3] wasserboxer


I don't know Dé░×xer' means in German, the letter 'x' is seldom used in
native words.  I have always guessed it meant 'water box' meaning a
water-cooled motor.

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	oofacts@earthlink.net [SMTP:oofacts@earthlink.net]
	Sent:	Thursday, March 11, 1999 9:19 AM
	To:	type3@vwtype3.org
	Subject:	[T3] wasserboxer

	Funny that name should come up, because someone was recently asking
me
	"What kind of engine that car have? Wasserboxer?"

	I had no idea, but my scant German says Wasser means water so by
inference
	I figured probably not.
	Anyone want to clarify this for me?

	-Mike
	72 Sqbk, 1600, dual Weber ICT 34s
	Brooklyn


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