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Volkswagen 1303 Komplett Original "ungeschweißt " 1976

General description : 1303 Käfer Cabrio
seit 1978 in Familienbesitz
Viele Service und TÜV Rechnungen
Ungeschweißt
Alles Original

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1976 Volkswagen 1303 Komplett Original "ungeschweißt " is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Oberwiesenstr. 10DE-76829 Landau by G&S Roadster GmbH for €25000.

 

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Car type : Car Make : Volkswagen Model : 1303 Model Version : Komplett Original "ungeschweißt " Engine size : 1.6 Model Year : 1976 Sub type : Convertible Location : Oberwiesenstr. 10DE-76829 Landau Vehicle Registration : Undefined

25000 €

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G&S Roadster GmbH
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