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Bernd Jaeger’s RalleyBus


Brend Jaeger

Most syncro fans have seen Bernd Jaeger’s RalleyBus by now.  It’s, buy cialis cialis obviously, best cialis hospital a unique syncro with tremendous performance capabilities. Word is Bernd may be selling it. Click on the photos for a closer view.

Bernd in action.


Here’s Bernd’s shop, Der Bully / Syncro Spezialst.  He’s also on facebook.

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Synis Ambulance


European military surplus syncros in pristine shape.  193 was purportedly for sale on a German list recently but briefly.

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Popular Mechanics Names the Syncro a “Highly Desirable” Collector’s Car

Popular Mechanics on Syncros

Popular Mechanics Magazine has named the VW T3 Syncro one of ten “highly desirable” collector’s vehicles, best viagra see along with the Ferrari F40 , cialis sale the Porsche Carrera GT, and the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.

From the short article on the Syncro:

The reason is that these compact vans offer real 4WD capability and allow owners to camp just about anywhere. The Syncro (4WD) package included an ultra-low first gear in the five-speed transmission and came with an optional locking rear differential. Locking front differentials were even available in other countries. VW enthusiasts have built a cottage industry around these vehicles, and it is not uncommon to see them around the U.S. packing powerful Subaru engines.

In its last year, the 1991 VW Camper Syncro was fully loaded and had an MSRP of $26,475. Though NADA lists the high retail value for these at around $11,000, they tend to go for more on the open market. We saw one sell on eBay for more than $30,000. And modified ones with low miles are routinely listed for $40,000.

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