Karl Rabe

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Karl Rabe (29 October 1895, Pottendorf, Austria - 28 October 1968) was an automobile designer and was the Chief Designer at Porsche.[1] He helped Ferdinand Porsche to develop the Porsche's transmissions.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Price, Ryan Lee (2003-11-04). The VW Beetle: a production history of the world's most famous car, 1936-1967. HPBooks. p. 6. ISBN 978-1-55788-421-3. Retrieved 27 May 2010.