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  • John Jones
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    Knockin it out!  Giving this old paint some love ❤️

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    Retired 😎 😎

    Willy
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    Gonna look like a new car after some PK-lovin!

    John Jones
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    It’s looking good!!  👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    Retired 😎 😎

    Pat K
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    Rubbed on Erics ‘65 alllllll day again. 2K wet sand to start. 3K wet sand next. Machine polishing form there.

    I hope Eric is as happy with the result’s as I am!!!

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    We will build it if it comes.

    Vwfool
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    Damn Pat. You’re really making it pop

    Franz
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    Breathing new life into old paint. Looks great!

    The wheels and tires look sub-par now.

    Douglas E Fresh
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    Buffing old paint is so rewarding and fun!  The results are awesome.  Well done Pat!

    Pat K
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    Thanks y’all!

    I agree wheel’s need the love next. Maybe when the disc brake kit shows up we paint them.

    Cleaned all the buffing compound out of the nooks and crannies, rubbed the bumpers and hubcaps with steel wool, and installed fresh stainless trim this morning. C30A1FB8-8035-4B62-BCF7-D5527C891B2FB35D9C20-0FCA-4AD0-B111-515D4914644B5151AE96-B1E2-4A0A-86C1-5BAC7ACF1B7C84ACF8D8-AA0E-4CC6-A26E-3215C13A0793482B9E1F-082D-4B8A-8876-06C11ABA49E8

    We will build it if it comes.

    JWDII
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    What a revival! Car looks great Pat!

    Franz
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    Been wrenching on local stuff…New speedometer for Rina’s original owner orange 74 super, along with the first oil change on the new engine.

    Branson’s white 73 super got a new top end and a main seal. I just ran it. Ready to go tomorrow after I check the valves again.

    ericbroderson
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    What a GREAT job you have done on this old Beetle, damn it looks brand new! Can’t wait to drive it. I am so 100% satisfied.

    John Jones
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    What a GREAT job you have done on this old Beetle, damn it looks brand new! Can’t wait to drive it. I am so 100% satisfied.

    great post!

    Retired 😎 😎

    Pat K
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    Thanks Eric! You’ve been great to work with!

    Pulled wheels and had tires dismounted yesterday. Franz blasted a couple before sand rand out. Picked up more this morning.

    Ready for a light sanding, then sealer and paint. E537ACEF-7FCB-414C-9F67-D0E958A0FDE8

    We will build it if it comes.

    Franz
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    Painted black. Nice n’ shiney. A 65 would have pearl white rim sections on the outer portion of the wheels.

    Masking and another paint session to go, unless we are happy with all black?

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    Pat K
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    First round of paint on the wheels looks killer!!!

    Started on the front disc conversion yesterday. 632CAB62-A6AF-4BD6-AB6D-9DD8E34C5B8E

    Larger bore MC was first to go in.D1F46189-237F-43B7-AE90-73D7ADA8D8B544745F86-EB28-43F1-8CC4-BE86BBF858E0

    Finished it all up this morning. 3E69040B-6FBD-4ECA-B059-2B508F4E416D

    Masked and laid down pearl white. Two tone baby!16418BA0-8DB0-40FB-8B91-2336746454416F08FA4B-2CEF-4B03-885E-390703CD8E795AD5D0D8-6D8E-4528-8A7B-520D565AF1C5

    We will build it if it comes.

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