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kilobits

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Yes... it is a coupe... and there is a V connection... warming up indeed.

Very quiet here BarFly... perhaps it is the electrical storms keeping peeps offline?

FAAAAAAAAAAZZDAAAAAA whereforeart thou FAZDA?
 

arf9999

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Opel Kadett Coupe Vignale 1965.

I looked at hundreds of Kadetts and the grille was never right. grrrrrrr.

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This special one-off Kadett by Vignale was initially built as a Convertible on the underpinnings of '64 Opel Kadett A and shown at the '65 Geneva Motor Show. The same year this open top Kadett was converted to a Coupe and to be shown at the Turin Motor Show.
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Stokstert

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Only 19 Ascorts were made and few remain today.

The Ascort was an Australian automobile manufactured by Continental Coachwork of Sydney from 1958 to 1960. It was basically a Volkswagen Beetle turned into a four-seater touring coupe and featured a roomy, double-skinned body made out of fiberglass and closely resembled a 1970s Karmann Ghia coupe. The 1·2-liter Beetle engine was modified using an Okrasa kit to produce 54bhp.
 
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