What's Fred's e-mail add John,if he's selling cars,i'll have his Heb.Steady Rob,i was first:wink:
'50 Karmann wrote:
He didn't want to sell it when I spoke to him last... He did say he'd send some up to date photos to me, but I've never received anything from him
I would like to think that when you sold this car that you gave all the lovely photos and history to the new owner and didnt keep it for yourself. Please tell me the photo is a copy that you had made.
rudolf hucker wrote:
Not an answer to the question but I can confirm seeing this car at the VW Convention at Stafford Showground, Staffordshire, England in 1971 and or 1972.Even back then the car was owned by an enthusiast who enjoyed presenting it for others to see. That same gentleman still frequents VW shows in the UK, maybe I will se him again at Stanford Hall 2010?Rod
Hi Rod!Welcome to the forum ('bout time too!!!)I've spoken to the son of this gentleman on several occasions. He is also into his VWs and has a nice VW Bus.Rich.
Rich Oakley wrote:
Proves patience eventually pays off.:d
What a great thread :d Some great pictures there, really good to see people sharing this stuff. I once had a poster of MRT, it was in the garage as a bit of a kick up the arse to motivate me to get something done on mine :roll: Good to see this thread back on track and not become the usual slagging match we sometimes get. While reading page 1, I was half expecting to see this thread locked 😳 Nice to see everyone getting on 😛
I once had a poster of MRT, it was in the garage as a bit of a kick up the arse to motivate me to get something done on mine :roll:
Different car,the poster you had was of a 1955 black Oval.MRT ???, not 308.
GKL 7 wrote:
I think I will have to eat some humble pie and possibly my hat too. The car in Ireland actually had a chassis number higher than MRTs. MRT is 332970, the 11D in Ireland was 333708. So it looks like John was right, MRT really is the earliest.Now where's my hat?