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Name: Jeff Hoback
From: Fredericksburg, VA
E-mail: ferdinfan@yahoo.com
Great website! I thought I had the Wartburg bug, but you are way beyond me. I have two Wartburg 353's; a 1976 and a 1984. I imported them from Hungary last year and I drive them both regularly. I'm glad to make contact with another owner.
 
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Name: Andrew Hutchings
From: Barnet, United Kingdom
E-mail: andyrooen5@aol.com
Fantastic! I had a Wartburg until recently and loved it! it's really good to find some fellow fans and to know that a large selection of cars were imported into the USA.
 
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Name: David Knox
From: Utica, NY USA
E-mail: david020766@yahoo.com
Learned about your site from an article in Hemmings Motor News. Nice site you have here dedicated to these interesting, obscure cars...enjoyed it very much. Got a kick too out of reading the hate mail! LOL
 
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Name: David Murphy
From: Prattsville, NY USA
E-mail: davidmurphy48@yahoo.com
Hello: I actually know what a Wartburg is!! I read about them in my "World Cars 1975" book that I have. I also can say that I actually rode in a 1985 Skoda 120!!! That was really neat!! My collector car in my garage is a 1963 Studebaker Lark 4 dr. Sedan, in fully restored condition. I am enjoying your Wartburg website. The Wartburg is a real piece of automotive history. I am glad you are the keeper of the flame!! Sincerely, David Murphy
 
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Name: Stewart Crawford
From: California
E-mail: SCrawf1518@aol.com
I cannot remember ever seeing a Wartburg in the U.S. but on a trip to Dusseldorf in about 1994 I spotted one in the back row of a used car dealer's lot. Talk about slow-moving merchandise, this car had moss growing out of the aperture surrounding the trunk lid! ;)
 
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Name: Johnnymarit
From: Johnnymarit
E-mail: wilhelmanne@kupamasz.com
Geart site alot of good info that i couldnt find anywhere else thanx!
 
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Name: Fred Battershell
From: Roscommon, Michigan,USA
E-mail: bandman3@copper.net
Have you completed the restoration on your Coupe?
 
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Name: Chris Red
From: Texas
E-mail: Stoneycotton@earthlink.net
Driving a 535 in Texas
 
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Name: Warre 1000
From: Finnland
E-mail: finess2@live.se
Great to see Your work with class at the 313 Wartburg. The 313 is an rarity even in Germany. What a luck that Your 313 have come in good hands. Thank You for an interesting Web-site. And an interesting story of the importer of Wartburg cars. That musnīt have been a easy thing to do, with the fear of communism in USA.
 
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Name: Sascha Blank
From: Germany
E-mail: saschablank@alice-dsl.net
Hello,

Looking for some replacement parts for my Skoda S445 (1959). Are there parts available from the former stock of Willy Witkin. Would be grateful if the owner of this stock could get in touch with me under blanksa@aol.com.
Thanks and greeting all the Wartburg&Skoda friends!
 
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