@Gordon Nichols posted:
I don't know which switch/knob is which on a Vintage, but the extra ball knob sticking out of the e-brake boot is to adjust the heat into the cabin.
I use the word "heat" more as a suggestion, rather than reality.
Earlier Speedsters using a VW pan built before 1964-ish(?) had a knob just ahead of the shift lever for heat control, like this. This happens to be a real 1958 Speedster:
Here's a 356A dash, if anyone wants to fill in the switch functions. This is the same real '58 car but who can identify the knob just above the starter switch? It's never included on a replica.
The 356 Registry has copies of all the different owners manuals. But with replicas, it's up to the builder, and there is a lot of variation in switch position/function.
Hand throttle? Although most of the pics I've seen have them between/above the speedo/tach or tach/combo.
ETA: I'm guessing that car has had some customization. All the factory owners manuals have the ignition key to the left if the steering wheel.