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1977 VW Trakka Bronco

Discussion in 'Kombi Stories' started by TRAKKA, May 9, 2017.

  1. Grazza7755

    Grazza7755 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, looking forward to seeing it myself.
    I'll tow the '77 Trakka to Trakka on Wednesday, pick up the T3 Trakka Thursday and drive home Friday.
    Gives me a break from the farm work and the welding. :)
     
  2. onetrackwonder

    onetrackwonder Well-Known Member

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    Another terrific build, I can't understand why people just bog up rust and think its ok, and terrible news for the owner, condolences to you, all the family and friends, can't wait to see it finished, cheers Greg
     
  3. onetrackwonder

    onetrackwonder Well-Known Member

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    Just caught up on the last half of this thread, must apologise for so many likes and I did try to restrain myself, you may need to put your trip plans on hold for a couple of weeks due to the terrible bush fires on the north coast or at least check weather the highways are open, its not very nice at the moment, safe travels, cheers Greg
     
  4. KahunaKombi

    KahunaKombi Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Why do Kombi's and Sunraysia's go so well together :rolleyes:
     
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  5. Grazza7755

    Grazza7755 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I am loaded ready to go but the highway open and shuts daily at the moment.
    Will make decision tomorrow, I guess.
    Cheers.

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  6. Squalo

    Squalo Active Member

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    Amazing topic and work. Sorry to hear of Dave's passing.

    I have a Sunliner that might be one of the very first that Tony Hunter built, but I can't find any information and Sunliner say they kept no records of their early builds. It's fantastic that Trakka have such pride in their heritage as a business.
     
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