six-o-one
2004-09-09T09:31:11Z
I have a copy of The british magazine "safer motering" from November 1974 and in the back is the following advertisment:

"1950 VW CABRIOLET with full documented history. This is one of the very few remaining prototypes from which the Karmann convertible was later evolved.
Finished in original blue and white, with blue interior. A very rare and desirable four-seater car in good order. Offers between £800 and £850 considered.
Telephone Mr de Strayter 01 404 9511 or 01 505 4735 evenings to view."


The picture with the advert is of a UK registered two-tone Hebmuller which looks to be the same one pictured in Lindsays Porters' 1986 VW Restoration manual, from memory I think the registration number was VXY 41.

I was just curious to know if anyone knows what became of this car?

six-o-one

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heb623
2004-09-09T09:43:56Z
Hello six-o-one,

Assume that tele number is still working. Why don't you try to call?
Maybe the people can give you information that helps you to purchase that convertible!

BTW: The photos of the back window for your heb will be posted tonight, ok?

:twisted: ET
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I only regret the good things I did for the wrong people!
pre67vw
2004-09-09T09:46:25Z
I think I know where it is...
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heb623
2004-09-09T09:53:29Z
I think to know it too ... ... ... in the VW heaven!!!:roll: :lol: :roll:

:twisted: ET
I ’ll never regret the things I did wrong!
I only regret the good things I did for the wrong people!
six-o-one
2004-09-09T12:53:14Z
Quote:

BTW: The photos of the back window for your heb will be posted tonight, ok?



Thank you!:D
I'll take a look at home after work.

six-o-one
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