|Message||Hi Andy, |
Great Blog, Most interesting is that I see your in Buckingham. I Live in Brackley and have been restoring a 1966 344 for the past six years. I used to work for a mate in tingewck called Frankie and he said he's done a few bits for you before. I'm guessing its you as there can't be many people from bucks with two type 34's... do you have any info on wherei can get some good rubber seals and stainless bumpers? any info would be much appreciated.
|Message||hi Andy , chris from australia here , after 15 years sitting in my shed , its time to start the restoration of my type 3 giha , i have tried to register with The Type 34 Registry but no luck , i never got a password from them, i dont seem to be able to contact them at all , any clues where to go from here would be greatly apreciated,cheers Chris|
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|Message||Keep up the good work. I am keeping track of a few chaps like yourself restoring the T34 so when time permits I know what I am doing when I find the right car. |
BTW- black is mad. regards, Aaron
black type 34 are my favorites. And here you restore my dream car. Good luck on the progress of this beautiful ghia.
|Message||I ran across your site while googling for a type 34 site with any sort of guidance for beginners! |
For starters, I just want to find out how to pick a good body.
Looks like you have had some great success fixing up your '62. This is encouraging to me.
Thanks for the site
Nice to meet you at the meeting
I hope you put the model in a nice place in your house.
On my website you can see lots of Karmann-ghia model cars.
W W W .karmann-ghia.nl/collectibles
|Message||hi have been keeping tabs on your rebuild very nice work ,cant wait to see it finished good luck|
|Message||A pleasure to be the first to sign the guestbook Mr. Holmes. All the best |