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    Phil Friedman


    I just bought a Fiberfab kit car that had been in impound for years. It is pretty rough, but I untend to fix it up like “new”. I expect I’ll be posting lots of questions…

    Paul Mossberg


    Welcome aboard!

    Lots of good people and good info here.

    I’ve seen worse basket cases brought back to life. I’m sure you’ll do the same with your Fiberfab!

    Paul Mossberg
    Former Owner of a 1981 Classic Roadsters Ltd. Duchess (VW)
    2005 Intermeccanica Roadster

    If you own a TDr and are not in the Registry, please go to and register (you need to copy and paste the link)

    Larry Murphy


     Hi Phil, I agree with what Paul said . Looks like you have a solid car with great possibilities also in a color that is not seen too often. Your garage is real nice too. I am a newbie too ,had a TD replica since 1994 but only recently found this site and am still learning computers also.This site has many people with a vast amount of information about these cars and they are glad to share it with those who are new to this hobby. Just ask your questions and you will get answers.        &nbs p;   Larry

    Mark Hendrickson


    Welcome Phil…love the color. Like Paul and Larry said, looks like you’ve got a decent platform to start with.

    Where are you located?

    The neat thing about the VW based cars is the many aftermarket VW parts vendors. Almost everything OEM is still available new, used and aftermarket for the VW related stuff.

    MG Magic will have some of the FiberFab parts.

    Wow! a garage with a car in it! What a concept! (from a car nut that’s never had a real garage!)  Luckily I rent bays at the local Navy Base Auto Craft Shop and have a Cover-It “tent” garage on a concrete slab at home.

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