Anyone know anything about MMM 221L, 411 variant?

Just for 411 and 412 stuff.
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4ordinary
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Anyone know anything about MMM 221L, 411 variant?

Post by 4ordinary » 25th November 2012 - 12:37am

I have recently aquired said vehicle and wondered if anyone recognises it or knows anything about its past.. :?:

Its a Clementine orange Variant with orange plastic windows, so its fairly recognisable :lol:



The sellers advert described it as an "ex feature car", anyone remember seeing it in a mag or something in the past?

If anyone knows any snippets of its history I would love to hear it. 8)
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Re: Anyone know anything about MMM 221L, 411 variant?

Post by Lahti411 » 26th November 2012 - 9:18pm

Looking similar.... but something has changed since...
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Taken from tunacan.net where i found the picture:
"Total VW magazine ran this car as a feature in the spring of 2000. It featured the stock 1700cc engine, lowered suspension, 17" custom wheels, and an outrageous stereo system."
My cars: 1972 VW 411 Variant, 1973 412 4-door sedan, 1976 Saab 99 Combi Coupé

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Re: Anyone know anything about MMM 221L, 411 variant?

Post by 4ordinary » 28th November 2012 - 1:11am

Cheers Lahti411, I am now on the lookout for that Total VW feature!

And yes, something has definatly changed since then....the rust has come through big time! :lol: Its about to get a new lease of life though... ;)

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Re: Anyone know anything about MMM 221L, 411 variant?

Post by biggles0449 » 14th August 2014 - 10:15am

Now in my ownership and has had a hell of alot of welding and resto work! True to the previous owners statement, it was rotten as hell.. bit of a shame I wasnt privy to this when it was advertised, but hey-ho, its now a cracker of a car!

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