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  • John Jones
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    Nice work!! ย Nice to have some one who can get it done on a scheduleโ€ฆ. Douglas is getting old and slow at a pace quicker than setter concrete in the summer๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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    Pat K
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    Thanks Bro!

    Stretched the rear backrest yesterday. Need to pick up some hardware to finish off the backside.6A63D88E-D6D7-49F9-B6F2-4634CE7986AC2D47B4EC-2D5F-465E-9473-6DD617C91AA1

    Back at it this morning.65B1F243-FE76-4303-800B-9118B4DC916F

    We will build it if it comes.

    Franz
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    ED369C43-0731-400A-94BD-DEA597C9DE536D2DBF78-3881-4F74-BA4D-4D2B61AE5EF5Antonio has a ISP West new speedometer with trip. Kind of a pain to wire, but I sorted it out. Wired the VDO temps gauge too.

    I noticed the brake lever was missing its return spring. Also rusted together. Fixed that, along with an oversized pin for the accelerator linkage pivot.

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    John Jones
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    Umm parkway work๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž

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    John Jones
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    Pats been knocking out this 65 parkway job.. ย interior mostly with some rust repair

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    Franz
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    I started on head re-torque/valve adjust. #3 exhaust valve stem is worn to the keepers. This isnโ€™t going to run much longer. Due to not having lash caps on the stems with ratio rockers.

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    John Jones
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    No bueno๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป

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    Pat K
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    Finished seats up yesterday. ย Wolfsburg West has it all these days. Fresh panels for seat backs. Nice.ย 9E45F3A7-E019-4488-A302-8156162EB8B2374C654B-7192-4E2F-92CB-F6031EA5C18AAA4C1F59-46F5-4AB2-8655-8C854EEA4C33

    Found the missing trim bits for the rear seat back, out back in the KCW stash. Carpet securing strip.ย 8E21E81D-E49E-4329-A2BB-E0D30CB9D27B

    Upper trim and bumper buffers OG also.ย AFC51A17-542F-498E-81EC-32F92D5A5656B9B37FE2-D267-48BC-BBB3-BF896F8C0C60

    Rear seat base was broken and bent.DCE457D7-8F05-4695-826E-AA5B75FC5321C0D1F70F-1396-4DF2-AD90-BBED7D5B1949

    Welded and straight as an arrow.ย 4EDA52D5-DB58-47E1-AFE7-9E27F973D34BB8C11033-9C77-4498-9CB4-1B26244988C2

    Ready to go.8B3D4F93-0CED-450C-9A39-D781F170A07E

    Almost out of parts. Woo!5F31AAB9-7426-41E5-9E11-C3BC0F410CCF

    We will build it if it comes.

    Franz
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    I got the OK from Antonio to take the heads off of his engine. Found rust pits in all 4 cylinders. So, I took the cylinders off to look inside of the case. Lifters and cam look ok. I retorqued the case studs, and all seems good. Iโ€™m going to order a new top end for this 1600cc so we can put it back together next week.

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    Pat K
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    Finished interior install on Ericโ€™s โ€˜65.

    Stoked with the end results!CC5C7DC3-03EB-447B-9B22-464D3718F16A2D9BEB76-DB5C-4C71-862D-C4A62F0A87E195628451-A128-49CD-8660-DF353AD8B7463A803F87-0FF0-428E-B260-7305E8B13917

    We will build it if it comes.

    Ragtop Ron
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    Well done Pat!

    John Jones
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    Pat has really done good stepping in for Douglas๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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    alykat
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    Looks good Pat. Well done.

    volksaddict
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    Headliner is tight! Back seat looks like the kids were playing back there lol. They usually do, all that material will settle in.

    Nice work Pat!

    Franz
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    I tested all the wiring and assembled the dash/steering. We had a couple missing parts here.

    The spindles and beam needed greased too. Speedometer cable installed, and toe set.

    Ready for the engine as soon as we get parts.

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