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Re: [T3] Type 34 Fastback


They did make a prototype, which still exists in a museum in Germany. It
never made it into production.

Details:

http://www.leehedges.com/t34/tc.htm

The basic shape was used in the Brazilian Karmann Ghia TC. The rest of those
drawings are just fantasy.

Daniel




> Every once in a while, I run across something that is Type 3 related that
> I've never even heard about.
>
> I ran across this drawing:
http://www.geocities.com/hiperfusca/Photo943.jpg
>
> Anyone know if a Type 34 Ghia was ever prototyped as a Fastback?? Or,
> actually produced?
>
> It looks sooooo nice. If it's just a fantasy of the artist (Pascal Meslet)
> then someone needs to build one!!
>
> Phillip
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