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Following the Tracks of the Glas GT in America

Following the Tracks of the Glas GT in America

The train stops for a smoke break every few hoursThe train stops for a smoke break every few hoursAxel Coelln told me that he would really like to travel through America by train and visit the west coast.  I was fired up right away.   We also would visit as many Glas Club members in the USA as possible.  It would be a unique experience: 3000 miles by train, 2200 miles with a convertible along the west coast, and then back again by plane to New York.

The day finally came on October 8, 2013 when I flew in to New York and the next day began the train trip to Chicago.  Once we arrived there, we took a well-known train, the Empire Builder, over the Rocky Mountains to Portland, Oregon.  In barely just three days we completed the trip in a sleeping car and a sightseeing car.  It was an impressive journey filled with different types of landscape.

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Early-Goggo escapes in the last minute an aqueous environment


It may have been about five years ago, when Uwe Gusen called me and told me that he heard about a very old sedan in Berlin. I should, he suggested take a look at it and submit a report for the club magazine. The owner had bought an old owner's manual from him, was living in the north of the city and would like to show me the car.
The shock in a wet shed

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