I do not know why everyone refers to this car as a Hebmuller replica? A *replica* means a copy, close or very close to the original. I think the proper way to describe this vehicle would be a Hebmuller inspired coupe. We must sound politically correct after all?
Personally, I like this particular car very much. A lot of effort must have gone into its creation which must be appreciated. If I had it my way, I would have gone for the proper convertible version since the hard part of shaping the rear end :P has already been done quite close to the original thing.
'Wizard roadsters' were created years ago using donor VWs and sported a shorter rear end :P compared to a Heb. Perhaps you have the two versions confused?
Wizards were built by companies and as kits by hobbyists and enthusiasts and some occasionally turn up for sale in the UK and USA. Hebs are no comparison being ultra expensive vehicles, with less than 100 surviving known examples all over the world.