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Date:         Mon, 8 Jan 2001 12:32:27 -0800
Reply-To:     bsutton <bsutton@GLADSTONE.UOREGON.EDU>
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From:         bsutton <bsutton@GLADSTONE.UOREGON.EDU>
Subject:      Re: [VB] Back from Mexico- Drove a 2000 VW Kombi!
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Rumor has it that it may soon go the >way of the old Beetle in South America once production of the T4 ("Eurovan") >there gears up.

Eurovans have been manufactured in Argentina pretty successfully for several years now, for commercial purposes only. The most popular version is a 1.9 Tdi version. There is a high roof version as well. They are called "Transporter" there. Check out VW of Argentina's web site for more. This also where the transmission units for the new beetles are manufactured. Cris Eugene, OR '91 Westie "Fafner" '65 Standard Microbus > >------------------------------------------------------------------------- >For help leaving the list, send a HELP message to >VINTAGEBUS-REQUEST@TYPE2.COM >-------------------------------------------------------------------------

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