pre67vw
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a year ago
One of the oldest Hebs still around is 14-00007 and is currently being restored in the US. Chassis number is 1-0100619 making it June 1949

The before (actually looks pretty good to me)
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Early July, 1949 during VW dealer promo tour:
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Rob Amos
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TRS63
a year ago
Are there more pictures of the restoration? Curious to see if the nice "before" picture was hiding a lot!
Antoine 
pre67vw
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11 months ago
I've looked high and low and I can't find any from before this. 
Rob Amos
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