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Re: [T3] Squarebacks haul #$!*%



Subject: [T3] Squarebacks haul #$!*%


> According to some 67 Literature I've got the squareback can haul the
> following:
>
> -6 Tremendous Sample Cases (for the traveling salesman I reckon)   OR
> -200 shoeboxes     OR
> -150 bottles of beer      OR
> -120 000 cigarettes
>
> Sounds like a party to me.  To sum up the qualities of the square the
> brochure goes on to say that it is "All in all, a well-behaved,
> hard-working, eager beaver member of the family."
>
>
When working for the one of the dealers, we used to do "dealer trades" with
and dealer in Manhattan, KS. At that time, we couldn't by Coors beer in
Iowa. When we brought a car back from Kansas, (where you could buy Coors)
there was no sense bring a Squareback back empty. You could get 40 cases of
Coors in a squareback without putting any in the front trunk. :=}
The driver did have trouble one time, with the FI relay under the back seat
on the the way back one time. He had to unload the whole thing on the side
of the road to get to it. And a Highway Patrolman stopped to see if he could
be of assistance. :={

Russ Wolfe
russw@classicvw.org
http://www.classicvw.org/


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