Mission Improbable: Wartburg Goliaths, x 2

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to save these two critically endangered Wartburgs from certain rusty death.*


Each one appears to be salvageable, notwithstanding that they're fairly weathered, but may at least provide some much sought-after parts if deemed too far gone to restore as whole cars. 


Wartburgs are an all but unknown marque within Australia but do have a following in Europe and, more especially, in Germany where they were manufactured.


They're both located at New Norfolk, about 35 minutes' drive from Hobart, the capital city of Australia's island state of Tasmania.  

 

UMPH has no financial or other interest at all in their sale; he is simply a classic car nutter who would rather see these two unusual cars salvaged or at least know their parts were being put to good use, instead of them just rotting into the ground.  


If you require further details of the cars' location, please leave a comment (below).

PLEASE SHARE AMONGST THE CLASSIC CAR COMMUNITY WITHIN, AND OUTSIDE OF, AUSTRALIA.

As always, should you or any of your social media contacts be spammed or trolled, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. 

This post is hugely unlikely to self-destruct in five seconds. 

Good luck,  Dear Reader.






U M P H

(uppermiddlepetrolhead.blogspot.com.au.)

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