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  • Pat K
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    Nice progress. Good plan.

    We will build it if it comes.

    Critter1
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    Nice progress. Good plan.

    Thanks Mr K.

    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Baja Mark
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    Damn, you work fast! Looks great… Gives me some motivation to get my own ’67 on the road.

    Franz
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    Looks done to me. Get back to building your other 67 all nasty cal-look.

    Critter1
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    Hell Yeah! Thanks. 67s are cool! After messing with Type 3s the last few years, this thing is a joy to work on, and a blast to drive. I forgot how fun a stock motor can be just putting around.

     

    Franz.. I still have some tinkering to do with this one before diving bank into a nut & bolt job. Kind of dreading that. I should bring that other 67 body to KCW. Also still need to finish the Notchback engine and stuff it back in the car by early spring, which isn’t far away.

    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Andym
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    This gonna be your vw shows driver this year?

    Do something

    Critter1
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    This gonna be your vw shows driver this year?

    Not sure.. It’ll be hard to leave the notch parked with a fresh engine!

    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Critter1
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    BTW… I’m on the lookout for some old school 90mm barrels. I have a good used set of 90mm pistons, just need barrels. My first VW engine was a 1756. I’d like to rebuild it for this car.

    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Critter1
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    Started  doing a bunch of rust repair on this thing. Before long the car was stripped apart and 2 gallons of zenith blue single stage “super wet look” was ordered. All the small shit is painted. Still working on the body, doors, fenders. No pics.

    Played with some gas tank fab. Took an 80mm oval window filler neck and added a few inches to it, then welded it to an aftermarket 62-67 tank.

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    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Critter1
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    I’m collecting up a set of 944 spares. I have 3 so far. If anyone knows of a deal on one or two more, let me know.

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    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Baja Mark
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    Love your plans. Watching this one for progress.

    John Jones
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    nice gas cap…. 😎

    Franz
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    Cool gas tank filler. Thats a subtle mod.

    Critter1
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    Got the engine finished for the RHD. Haven’t ran it yet though. Probably break it in next week. Took some inspiration from Franz’ and the 356 styling on his 36 horse engines.

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    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Baja Mark
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    That looks great Justin! 👏🏼

    Critter1
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    Type-1  1853cc

    AS21 VW case

    Cast counterweighted CB crank

    • Offset ground from 69mm VW to 72mm Chevy

    Chromoly I beam rods 5.4″

    13.5 lb lightened flywheel

    Scat chromoly gland nut

    Kennedy stage 1 pressure plate

    Kush Loc disc

    AA 90.5 pistons

    Teflon wrist pin buttons

    Engle VZ-15 cam

    CB pro straight cut cam gears

    Engle lifters

    Berg 80k psi chromoly push rods

    Welded fan

    Type-4 oil cooler

    Shadek 30mm oil pump

    NGK D8EA spark plugs

    CB Panchito heads

    • CR 8.5:1

    • 40×35.5

    • Manley stainless valves / Engle single springs

    Stock 1:1 rockers with Scat swivel feet

    HD solid rocker shaft

    1.5 quart Puma sump

    A-1 1.5” ceramic coated header, V-band

    Dansk 1.5” heater boxes

    40mm Weber carbs

    • 34mm venturis

    • Jaycee push/pull linkage

    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Pete
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    Got the engine finished for the RHD. Haven’t ran it yet though. Probably break it in next week. Took some inspiration from Franz’ and the 356 styling on his 36 horse engines. IMG_8488 IMG_8486

    Very cool engine, Justin!

    Pat K
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    Pics of the car sometime would be nice…..😁

    We will build it if it comes.

    Critter1
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    Pics of the car sometime would be nice…..😁

    When there’s picture worthy pictures.. I will post them… 😀

    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    John Jones
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    Got the engine finished for the RHD. Haven’t ran it yet though. Probably break it in next week. Took some inspiration from Franz’ and the 356 styling on his 36 horse engines. IMG_8488 IMG_8486

    Very cool engine, Justin!

     

    That motor looks awesome!!!!!!!    NICE detail… Never thought about detailing the fan belt!!!!!!! damn!!!  😎

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