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1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team 1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team
Kobus
356 Registry Member Gallery
Here are some pictures of this 1952 VW BARNDOOR PANEL VAN, that was used as a support vehicle by the Otto Glockler team! It's owned by 356 registry member Paul RUI from Oslo, Norway! These are some pics i took when he visited me (1500KM Drive!!!) It has a 912 engine and 356 A Brakes! The gearbox is from a beetle (no reduction boxes). Inside are a bunch of 50's Porsche posters!!! This thing is wild!
 2002-10-08 (57.54k)
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1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team 1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team
Kobus
356 Registry Member Gallery
Here are some pictures of this 1952 VW BARNDOOR PANEL VAN, that was used as a support vehicle by the Otto Glockler team! It's owned by 356 registry member Paul RUI from Oslo, Norway! These are some pics i took when he visited me (1500KM Drive!!!) It has a 912 engine and 356 A Brakes! The gearbox is from a beetle (no reduction boxes). Inside are a bunch of 50's Porsche posters!!! This thing is wild!
 2002-10-08 (50.87k)
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1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team 1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team
Kobus
356 Registry Member Gallery
Here are some pictures of this 1952 VW BARNDOOR PANEL VAN, that was used as a support vehicle by the Otto Glockler team! It's owned by 356 registry member Paul RUI from Oslo, Norway! These are some pics i took when he visited me (1500KM Drive!!!) It has a 912 engine and 356 A Brakes! The gearbox is from a beetle (no reduction boxes). Inside are a bunch of 50's Porsche posters!!! This thing is wild!
 2002-10-08 (46.56k)
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1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team 1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team
Kobus
356 Registry Member Gallery
Here are some pictures of this 1952 VW BARNDOOR PANEL VAN, that was used as a support vehicle by the Otto Glockler team! It's owned by 356 registry member Paul RUI from Oslo, Norway! These are some pics i took when he visited me (1500KM Drive!!!) It has a 912 engine and 356 A Brakes! The gearbox is from a beetle (no reduction boxes). Inside are a bunch of 50's Porsche posters!!! This thing is wild!
 2002-10-08 (32.8k)
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1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team 1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team
Kobus
356 Registry Member Gallery
Here are some pictures of this 1952 VW BARNDOOR PANEL VAN, that was used as a support vehicle by the Otto Glockler team! It's owned by 356 registry member Paul RUI from Oslo, Norway! These are some pics i took when he visited me (1500KM Drive!!!) It has a 912 engine and 356 A Brakes! The gearbox is from a beetle (no reduction boxes). Inside are a bunch of 50's Porsche posters!!! This thing is wild!
 2002-10-08 (50.89k)
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1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team 1952 VW Support Van for the Otto Glockler Team
Kobus
356 Registry Member Gallery
Here are some pictures of this 1952 VW BARNDOOR PANEL VAN, that was used as a support vehicle by the Otto Glockler team! It's owned by 356 registry member Paul RUI from Oslo, Norway! These are some pics i took when he visited me (1500KM Drive!!!) It has a 912 engine and 356 A Brakes! The gearbox is from a beetle (no reduction boxes). Inside are a bunch of 50's Porsche posters!!! This thing is wild!
 2002-10-08 (41.65k)
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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (122.89k)
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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (172.07k)
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07/07/03 mike wanna sell this motor? It's a porsche pre-a 356 engine, 80mm x 74mm 1500n engine. The flat top dizzy and the split seam fanshroud are too cool.

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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (108.08k)
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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (114.67k)
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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (119.05k)
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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (134k)
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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (108.72k)
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09/04/02 ED Just curious, do you know what it went for or any history on it? Is the red one also electric?

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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (92.65k)
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his car was owned by a General Electric executive. In 1959 General Electric used this car as a proto type electric car and they installed a complete electric motor with all necessary equipment and batteries. The car got 40 miles to a charge and would go 55mph. There is a charger included with the car. The fuel tank was removed for batteries.
 2002-09-03 (99.95k)
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