pre67vw
2008-09-19T21:57:32Z
Rear lights and front indicators, but apart from that - looks like a really nice car...

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heb623
2008-09-20T04:59:49Z
How about the fenders (all 4), exhaust, (rear appron?) decklid(popes nose), missing running board trim and overriders, wrong steering wheel,wrong mounted indicator switch, missing Karmann badge, are those wheels 16 inch?
At today's prices it will cost you another small fortune to collect them!

:twisted: ET

PS But indeed I like the car too! I would like to have that car in my collection but there is no room (read money)left no more after that double restoration of my Heb!!!

I ’ll never regret the things I did wrong!
I only regret the good things I did for the wrong people!
heb623
2008-09-20T05:01:15Z
:oops:

I ’ll never regret the things I did wrong!
I only regret the good things I did for the wrong people!
Etzhold1
2008-09-20T06:48:52Z
Buy it ET , I have the missing parts !:lol: :lol:
looks a great car to me, If you go to Heidelberg , please take me with you,
I have a few good memories about the city !

heb623
2008-09-20T07:28:32Z
Yes Guido I would buy it if only the man working to my Heb wasn't charging that much!:lol: :lol: :lol:

:twisted: ET
I ’ll never regret the things I did wrong!
I only regret the good things I did for the wrong people!
GKL 7
2008-09-20T10:10:52Z
The hood seems to be a plastic covering.
Add some ££££'s for a Sonnenland cover.
DSSAMBA
2008-09-21T13:51:22Z
I checked the car. It got 30 years ago a "restauration", which now needs to be redone. The work was not performed well and many later parts have been used. The car had also a front accident. The car shows again rost on critical body parts. It is that kind of car to drive two years and then strip it down and do right. This will be a expensive task, as now many original parts have to be sourced and many time has to be spend on the body work. In summary, half of the asking price is already too much (at least for me).

Regards!
reminou75
2008-09-22T09:35:28Z
kdf38
2008-09-22T21:51:23Z
Was this one for sale for 8500.- at Bad Camberg?

pre67vw wrote:

Rear lights and front indicators, but apart from that - looks like a really nice car...

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Mike
Texas
Nov. 1947 +
Febr 1949 shell
vintagevw
2008-09-24T20:10:39Z
kdf38 wrote:

Was this one for sale for 8500.- at Bad Camberg?


I don't think so, at that price I would have bought it! :d
Wat is het fijn om lesbisch te zijn!
kdf38
2008-09-25T03:08:20Z
Sorry, I meant to put 8500 at BC 1999. I think I saw it at BC 2007 but don't know if it was for sale then?

vintagevw wrote:


I don't think so, at that price I would have bought it! :d


Mike
Texas
Nov. 1947 +
Febr 1949 shell
karmann1952
2008-11-12T20:37:17Z
Karmann stays in Germany. Car was sold to a guy in Hannover...
- 1950 VW Hebmüller
- 1951 Split sedan Export
- 1952 Karmann Kabriolett
- 1952 T1 barndoor transporter
- 1963 1200 Export Judson
- 1964 T1 Westfalia SO-34 Flipseat
- 1965 Karmann Ghia convertible
- 1966 T1 Westfalia SO-44 Dormobile

visit my homepage:
www.karmann1952.com 
www.hebmuller-registry.com 
www.kabriolett-registry.com 
old_split
2009-01-19T17:37:16Z
What a pity! i acted to late..........
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