[tcb] Re: Fresh Air Heat

you forgot toasty too.


On Tue, 2007-12-11 at 08:22 -0600, Brian Denning wrote:
> but then folks like me would never be able to advertise on the
> samba :(. oh well i'm upfront in my ads. "it's rusty, it's crusty get
> it out of my yard." that will be the ad for hershey if i ever decide
> to sell.
> 
>         
>         ______________________________________________________________
>         Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 06:13:02 -0800
>         From: bugcollections@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>         Subject: [tcb] Re: Fresh Air Heat
>         To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>         
>         OK, OK, I know I am responding to my own e-mail:  But just
>         found this:  According to Eccles the bus first had fresh air
>         heat beginning on 12/10/62 with vin 1040368.  Which means this
>         ain't a "perfect"  restoration 62 23 window even though it
>         ought to be for the $65,000 asking price.  It is either a late
>         63 or an incorrect 62.
>          
>         Not as bad as the "perfect" restoration 58 convertible I saw
>         on the Samba restored 20 years ago by a VW expert.  Was
>         "perfect" original restoration except when you read the entire
>         ad which describes it with a 1600 dual port, sitting on a 69
>         pan with Karman Ghia disc brakes.  Which is not bad except
>         they want $16,000 for a 20 year old perfect original
>         restoration.  Makes you wonder sometimes.  I think Everett
>         should require a VW IQ test before allowing anyone to
>         advertise on the samba.
>         
>         sammie smith <bugcollections@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>                 Ok, here is a question for you smart bus techies
>                 (Will-Peter):  Samba ad by Jesse Kimball (related to
>                 Rich ?)  "perfect" 62 23 window for big bucks shows
>                 fresh air heat in this 62 bus.  Fresh air heat did not
>                 come out on the Type I till into the 63 model year
>                 (i.e., early 63s still had stale air heat).  So is
>                 fresh air heat correct for a 62 Type II?  I think not
>                 but am still researching for a correct answer.
>                  
>                 Here is the ad:
>                 http://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/detail.php?id=529150
>         
> 
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