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Re: DSP Info, Shawn Meze
- Subject: Re: DSP Info, Shawn Meze
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark A Peele)
- Date: Thu, 3 Sep 1998 07:11:18 -0400
Yes, it can safely be removed, MK1 or MK2 for that matter (IMHO!)
Mark . . .
Scirocco 1982, Golf GT 1987
Previous Sciroccos: 1981S (RIP), 1980S, 1975TS, 1975
On Wed, 02 Sep 1998 20:33:13 -0600 "I.Mannix" <email@example.com>
>At 09:12 PM 9/2/98 -0400, Mark A Peele wrote:
>>"AFAIK, the Scirocco, at some point(75?) came without a rear deck, so
>>many autocrossers take them out."
>>Not that I know of.
>>I have owned a few Sciroccos, including two 1975 Sciroccos, and they
>>had rear decks.
>Very interesting! Did VW make a provision to remove them? If
>made to be removed, one can remove it, IE, the Nissan Pulsar(I think),
>one with three different rear roofs? A wagon, sedan, eh, something
>Well, in the owner's manual, it tells you it is OK to remove it and
>around - therefore, it is OK to take it off for Solo. I do
>Made up?) that many people take them out with Sciroccos - IMHO,
>thing to protest(unless it weighs more than 5 pounds, which I don't
>it does), but curious nonetheless! TTYL!
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