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> Fastback:
> 
>> http://www.geocities.com/hiperfusca/Photo943.jpg
> 
>> Wagon:
>> 
>> http://www.geocities.com/hiperfusca/Photo908.jpg
>> 
>> http://www.geocities.com/hiperfusca/Photo909.jpg
>> 
>> Rear view of Fastback:
>> 
>> http://www.geocities.com/hiperfusca/Photo944.jpg
>> 
>> And I'm pretty sure this one was never produced, a Type 34 Speedster!!:
>> 
>> http://www.geocities.com/hiperfusca/Photo942.jpg
> 
> To me, the fastback just looks like a miniature Barracuda, while the wagon
> looks way too much like the Volvo P1800 wagon.

Man! I never thought about that, it *really* does look like a Barracuda.
It's funny how two cars will have a similar styling within an era. Makes me
wonder who copied who?
 
> OTOH, I think the speedster design really works well!

I agree. It's really nice. Hmmmm, just another car I need to build some
day...

(I would pay to see Jim cut the top off a car)

;-)

Phil

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Phillip Bradfield

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1969 Variant - Savanna beige, Type 4 2.1l (soon), speedster soon to have a
bus dash

1968 Variant - Granada red, 1835 with dual 40 Dellortos, with 67 euro
fenders

1963 1500 - Ruby red, 1600 with dual Solex carburetors, soon to be full
automatic!

19?? Sandrail - Primer, soon to have 2.3 EFI Turbo Ford motor

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