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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
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    Small decklid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radiocure View Post
    Small decklid?
    Nope. It’s the right size and correct for the car.

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Breazeale View Post
    Nope. Itís the right size and correct for the car.

    Jim
    Ah OK, looked a bit small in the photo of what I could make if it.

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    Hard to tell from the photo; twin grill on an A, kind of looks like A bumpers. 59' GS A cab?? Weird looking back window; custom HT?
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    It's a Notchback or Cab with hardtop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve shea View Post
    Hard to tell from the photo; twin grill on an A, kind of looks like A bumpers. 59' GS A cab?? Weird looking back window; custom HT?
    Steve

    You get the prize.

    59 Carrera 1600 GS Cab. Driven like it was meant to be driven, too. All original with one repaint. Stunning car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve shea View Post
    Hard to tell from the photo; twin grill on an A, kind of looks like A bumpers. 59' GS A cab?? Weird looking back window; custom HT?
    Canvas top up. First double grill open 356
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    What did I win Jim? Of all the 4cam cars I saw come through Rennwagen the '59 GS cab was perhaps the most uncommon except for the Abarth Carrera. Spyders and GTs of all body types were as common as Fords and Chevys around there. Fun times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve shea View Post
    What did I win Jim? Of all the 4cam cars I saw come through Rennwagen the '59 GS cab was perhaps the most uncommon except for the Abarth Carrera. Spyders and GTs of all body types were as common as Fords and Chevys around there. Fun times.
    I think there were 12 of them. 692/2 engines.
    The early Sís...

    1967 S Coupe
    1969 S werks
    1973 RS Coupe (an honorary S?)

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    I did a little work on a White Carrera GS Cab at Dave Dimari's Vintage Car Works some years ago. I don't remember the year or if it was a 1500 or 1600. Super neat car.
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