birth certificate question

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gerald2613
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hy all i am after a b/certificate for my 1965 vw splitty any one help please, i hoped you could get them free but not sure ??
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It took me 10 seconds to find this:
https://www.automuseum-volkswagen.de/en ... heets.html
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yeh mate i spotted that ,ill try later ,i got in touch with vw at milton keynes they have given me a number in the usa to ring , ,,never had that before tho
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The only place is the stiftung museum as on that link but be advised they are not very quick at turning it round!
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Just got mine this week....took 7 months and they ain't free!!! About £70 all in with the data sheet too. The exchange rate hurts. As Dave says it's the Stiftung museum that you get them from.
Packed a few belongings and headed out to Pirates Cove. In my buddy’s old grey Kombi we rolled until the gas got low.....

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yeh i have ordered one, few days ago , so keeping my fingers crossed it aint 5 months or so,
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