overrestored
2009-02-28T02:52:06Z
check out this site... a lot of information on coachbuilts!

http://www.coachbuild.co...m_gallery2&Itemid=50 

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kdf38
2009-03-04T02:29:57Z
Hebmüller will be added soon ... as per Michiel on the site.

Mike
Mike
Texas
Nov. 1947 +
Febr 1949 shell
kdf38
2009-03-06T00:44:07Z

I received a note that a Hebmüller section has been added there.
Mike
Texas
Nov. 1947 +
Febr 1949 shell
reminou75
2009-03-06T10:42:00Z
are you sure?
There's Rometsch now, which wasn't online at the begining of the week, but not Hebmüller yet... 😞
2009-03-06T12:10:56Z
reminou75 wrote:

are you sure?
There's Rometsch now, which wasn't online at the begining of the week, but not Hebmüller yet... 😞


Hi, I am the moderator of Coachbuild.com
We first add specific coachbuilders to our forum: http://www.coachbuild.com/forum 
When we have gathered enough info and pictures about a specific coachbuilder, a dedicated gallery will be added to the main website.
So please help us out and have fun sharing your knowledge about all the VW-coachbuilders!
In order to create timeless beauty, one must respect the past, enjoy the present and look with enthusiasm into the future. www.michielvandenbrink.com 
pre67vw
2009-03-06T12:19:14Z
Michiel Mobiel wrote:


Hi, I am the moderator of Coachbuild.com
We first add specific coachbuilders to our forum: http://www.coachbuild.com/forum 
When we have gathered enough info and pictures a dedicated gallery will be added to the main website.
So please help us out and have fun sharing your knowledge about all the VW-coachbuilders!



Welcome to the forum Michiel!

There were many coachbuilders who built on the VW, Rometsch, Hebmüller, Karmann, Denzel, Dannenhauer & Stauss, Beutler, Drews, Papler, Binz, Austro-Tatra and more... what is your criteria for listing them on the site?
Rob Amos
Happiness is a stock VW
2009-03-06T12:29:32Z
pre67vw wrote:

Welcome to the forum Michiel!


Thanks!

pre67vw wrote:

There were many coachbuilders who built on the VW, Rometsch, Hebmüller, Karmann, Denzel, Dannenhauer & Stauss, Beutler, Drews, Papler, Binz, Austro-Tatra and more... what is your criteria for listing them on the site?


I know... We limit ourselves to special coachbuilt versions built for personal transport (pkw), one-offs, limited series sedans, limousines, coupes, convertibles, estates, shooting brakes, etc. based on a standard chassis, built by a renowned coachbuilder.

No kit cars and no one-time efforts by private persons in a shed.
We rule out most utility vehicles (however some pickups and vans can be very interesting), hearses, fire engines, etc.

Here are three articles for you to read: http://www.coachbuild.co...&id=25&Itemid=69 

Almost all types of conversion can be posted and discussed at the forum and then the admin and moderators can use all the info to create a gallery at the website.
In order to create timeless beauty, one must respect the past, enjoy the present and look with enthusiasm into the future. www.michielvandenbrink.com 
2009-03-06T12:43:46Z
We always welcome new guest writers, so if any of you is an expert on a specific coachbuilder or owns a coachbuilt VW and wants to write a nice story, then this will be most welcome to be published on the main website's frontpage.
In order to create timeless beauty, one must respect the past, enjoy the present and look with enthusiasm into the future. www.michielvandenbrink.com 
JD
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  • pre67vw Junkie
2009-03-06T14:43:54Z
No Karmann?:cry:
"John, you need to get a grip and STOP MOANING AT EVERYTHING. ThumbDown "
UserPostedImage
2009-03-06T14:51:35Z
JD wrote:

No Karmann?:cry:


Will be added when we reach the K on our to do list. 😉
In order to create timeless beauty, one must respect the past, enjoy the present and look with enthusiasm into the future. www.michielvandenbrink.com