Type 64 Coming up for Auction

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Mark Sabbann
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Re: Type 64 Coming up for Auction

#16 Post by Mark Sabbann » Fri May 17, 2019 7:42 am

Well said Sebastian!
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Re: Type 64 Coming up for Auction

#17 Post by Mark Pribanic » Fri May 17, 2019 8:06 am

Love the patina on this Typ 64. Learned last week it was once owned by an Austrian friend of mine that now lives in Florida. Look forward to hearing about it from him.

BTW, had dinner with author/photographer Sean Cridland last night. He has written many articles for the Registry over the years. His recently published book about Hurley Haywood was well done & anytime he is in town we catch up & shares his discoveries about his latest work in progress. A LOT of amazing fotos never seen before from the early years of Brundage Motors which then became Brumos. I could go on, but don't want to hijack this thread with other early Porsche history.
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Re: Type 64 Coming up for Auction

#18 Post by Dan Epperly » Fri May 17, 2019 2:25 pm

Excellent reasoning Sebastian. Otherwise why not push the envelope even further and claim the first KdF cars were the first porsches.

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