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Comments: This harlequin was for sale in Canada, potential for US import exists. Currently investigating this Harlequin's placement in the production scheme, it is the first Harlequin seen with older style steering wheel, but newer style glove box.
It is the first submission I've received that was made in April, 1996.
This car has changed hands as of May, 2012 to Ken Berman.
Comments: After years of searching and trying to find one, i just purchased this Harlequin 8/10/12 from Watkinsville, GA. I've heard the rumor that many Harlequins sat around and were then painted a single color, or that some left the factory just one color and have finally found evidence that this is true. She is an artist and teacher living in Los Angeles, CA.
Bill bought this car from Gaston Rasso in June of 06 with 40K miles on it, she now has 55K miles on her and is planned for for a manual transmission and ABF 16V engine swap.
Also has ATS Cup wheels (15x7 front and 15x8 rear), VMaxx coilovers, French fog lights, euro turnsignals, euro radiator support and rebar, e-code GTI headlights w/ custom French yellow highbeams, and a Momo Benetton steering wheel. Comments: Jim wrote me a great email introducing his Harlequin to the site.
what I've gathered on how many Harlequins were produced I'm working on a Harlequin FAQ, so if you have a question you would like to see answered, please email me!
I'm still researching where this Harlequin fits into the production scheme, but that's what this site is all about!
Click the image at the left to view the VW Design decal affixed to the rear of this harlequin, as well as some current pics.