Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2001 22:58:06 +1000
Reply-To: Simon Glen <simonglen@BIGPOND.COM>
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From: Simon Glen <simonglen@BIGPOND.COM>
Subject: Re: "Syncronize" a 2 wheeler. (Long) Was T3 syncro production
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If you were in Sydney for R&R from Vietnam in 1970 that's about 31 years
ago!!!!! or more than a quarter of a century ago!!!!! or 13 years before
You have to come back again very soon. It's the same but different. And,
if you do come back, please look me up. I'd love to show you around a
little of the world of VWs here. Seriously, you should. My address is:
2/24 Raff Street, Toowoomba 4350, Australia and the telephone number is
+61-746-378 894. (Toowoomba is a small city of 90,000 about 130km west of
Brisbane.) The same goes for any other VW Vanagon/Caravelle/T3/Syncro
freaks. We're actually quite rare breed and having contact with each
other is good for the spirit.
1992 VW T3 Transporter Syncro van
Larry Hamm wrote:
> Simon Glen wrote:
> > Dear Larry,
> > Thank you very much indeed.
> You're welcome. I hope I didn't offend you with my reply to your
> original post. Upon re-reading it, I found I didn't write it very well,
> and came off sounding like a jerk. My apologies.
> I hope your MV lasts a long time. Over here, the aircoolers don't have
> much power and don't last long the way I drive them. They're good
> engines in the right situation, though.
> I hope to return to your wonderful country sometime. Spent a week in
> Sydney in '70. (R&R)
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