Sorry, I can't let this one slide. Weddle sells three types of gears that fit a type1 transaxle: stock, Sportsman, and Racing. There isn't a straight cut in the bunch, look for yourselves. Stock ones aren't straight, we all know. FYI, the same gears fit swing and IRS, except for a very few early gearboxes.
The point is, I think the car is beautiful, and I like JPS coupes, I've driven three. But instead of telling someone "hey it's an older gearbox and the coupe body amplifies noises" we go straight to the carnival huckster routine. Not cool.
The only straight cut gears for the VW type 1/3 transaxle were made by Webster for their conversion which used the trans tunnel, I'm guessing the stock ring & pinion/differential, gear section (I think) and I don't know what else. It was strictly a racing trans without conventional synchros so it was rather 'difficult' to drive on the street (although a few tried). I think there may have been a 5 speed version as well. Again, iIrc it was popular with the VEE and Super VEE crowd?