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I believe the VW Type 2 was a current model throughout the second half of the 20th century, like the Type 1. I think both Types are icons partly because of that. To think that eventhough the German production of the Type 2 probably didn't get past the 70s, the Brazilian production apparently even got past the 00s. I think it's nice to see that such a vehicle may still be a familiar sight on Britain's roads, most of which were probably made before 1980. Of the vehicles from the 70s that remain on Britain's roads, don't you think they tend to be MGs and Volkswagens? After all, there don't seem to be many contemporary Ford Cortinas, Hillman Avengers and Morris Marinas left. As such they even seem to have disappeared altogether. I am featured on the BBC website and anxious to bring my weblinks to everyone's attention. By searching Google for JEREMY KELLER BBC you should find my BBC link and my Facebook link to the Maverick flying car.
I wonder whether they have yet addressed the horrendous potential damage to front seat passenger legs that arise from head-on collisions?
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