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Re: [T3] Interesting T3

Observent!  Thats a giveaway that the front fenders have been replaced with
the easier to get newer ones.
Ill be if you open the flap that there is nothing behind it.

Of course somebody could have dressed a late Notch in earlier trim... but
this is less likely.


Keith Park

Top Notch Restorations
71 Squareback
65 Notchback
65 Squareback
75 Opel
87 Golf
88 Rx7 10th Anniversary

----- Original Message -----
From: "Greg Irick" <gregi@vwtype3.org>
To: <type3@vwtype3.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 07, 2004 5:05 PM
Subject: [T3] Interesting T3

> I was perusing the German ebay site and came across this notchback;
> and noticed that in this picture,
> http://i10.ebayimg.com/02/i/01/71/df/94_1.JPG, that there was a fuel
> door on the passenger side front fender.  Now someone please correct me if
> I'm wrong but this notchback appears to be an early model by the look of
> the hood and the taillights.  I am so confused : ^ O.  I just can't seem
> reconcile that passenger fender having the early hood lines with a fuel
> filler door.  Someone please help me.   Per, Jim, Russ, Dave, anyone?
> Greg Irick
> Silverdale, WA
> gregi@vwtype3.org
> '65 Notchback with a Britax sliding rag top
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