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Discussion of Volkswagen's Vanagon (Transporter) Syncro vans & trucks. This includes topics like trips, off-roading, maintenance & repair, suspension, viscous couplings, vans for sale, & more. Pretty much anything "Syncro"!

Though the language of this group is English, we're an international community currently having members from at least 36 countries.

1. Austria 2. Australia 3. Belgium
4. Bulgaria 5. Canada 6. Cyprus
7. Denmark 8. Finland 9. France
10. Germany 11. Greece 12. Iceland
13. Isle of Man 14. Israel 15. Italy
16. Japan 17. Kenya 18. Malaysia
19. Mexico 10. Morocco 20. Nepal
22. Netherlands 23. New Zealand
24. Norway 25. Oman 26. Peru
27. Poland 28. Romania
29. South Africa 30. Spain 31. Sweden
32. Switzerland 33. Thailand 34. Turkey
35. United Kingdom (England, Wales,
Northern Ireland, Scotland)
36. United States

If you're an existing member or just joining and from a country that's not on the list, please email the group and let us know which "new" country we can add.

If you're interested in trips with other Syncronauts, you might want to also consider the Yahoo Group called "SyncroSafari" and check out www.SyncroSafari.ORG

Interested in Geocaching with your Syncro? Find the Yahoo group called "Syncrocaching".

If you've requested membership and it was denied or has not been approved within a couple days, it's likely because we thought you were SPAM because of generic looking membership request comments. In this case, write to Syncro-owner@yahoogroups.com and provide a more personal membership request. Even something as simple as "I have a Syncro" is sufficient.

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