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Volkswagen Polo Harlequin news ft MotoringPodCasts & Rich Gooding

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Catching up with previous episodes of @MotoringPodcast.

Edition 189 https://www.motoringpodcast.com/episodes/2018/7/3/episode-189- features special edition cars.

 

This was from a tweet by Rich Gooding.

"I still like the Polo Harlequin, made in batches of four, reputedly by hand. Do these pictures from 1996 prove it?"

 

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Only 113 examples of the #VW Polo Harlequin were reportedly sold in the UK, and numbers are dying out. A shame. It was fun and inspired the more popular Mk 3 Golf Harlequin in the US.

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dvderlm

Didn't know there was an alternative fuel variant...

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6 minutes ago, dvderlm said:

Didn't know there was an alternative fuel variant...

 

The last part of that advert, almost seems like VW were saying F**k off and leave us alone, we know what cars to make ??

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How else do you explain the new (dung) beetle.

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