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  • Pat K
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    Rounded up a bunch of OG hardware, shock bolts, pan washers and other little bits.

    Also a few hard to find parts like the ebrake push rod, pan head insp. cover for early ebrake setup, and an ebrake handle.

    Going to get it all sand blasted and painted by tomorrow morning. 67F87684-C951-466A-8DFC-1C85F7C93A97D77ACD18-6C8A-468B-B447-9435893B4045

    We will build it if it comes.

    Lone Star
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    Great.  Can’t wait to see this car come together.  Its been along time in the making.

    Pat K
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    ^^ Me too. Pan assy. starts tomorrow!

    Blasted all of the little bits and hardware.  Few bits turned silver, we like flat VHT for the hardware, and some shiny black on the rest. 8BF424B4-947C-4726-864F-D7A33190050AAF5BDE60-5132-4ADC-96E7-A63875C5C8E3744032D3-5D63-430D-92D2-806DBB0A4CD3

    Trans assembly and install next. 5CDD09CC-5E56-4491-9A52-E22397A8844E

    We will build it if it comes.

    Franz
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    When are we going to start the interior and top color debate? 🙂

    blackbrowngreenredtan

    JJ and I think a dark green interior would look great with Yukon yellow. Not sure I like the geen top though…

    Black top green interior?

    Brown top green interior?

     

    Willy
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    I think tan looks super clean.

    Scott Sain
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    The assembly is my favorite part. Painting the bolts and making stuff nice. I wish I was there. The green top might not be timeless. Black or tan. I don’t think green interior goes with a black top though. Red top and red interior might kill it!

    Lone Star
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    Mary and I had talked about Dark Red interior and top.  The green sounds interesting, but I’m with Scott that it might not be as cool down the road.  I’m going go back and look at a color wheel to see what’s next to and cross from from yellow.  Did both pairs of tires show or only one?  Also did the Kamax bolts show up?

    Franz
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    Yes on tires and bolts.

    Cool I dig the burgundy top.👍 Like Unke’s convertible had.

    Dario
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    I like the Brown top with green interior all day!!!

     

    John Jones
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    Black looks boss….

    Franz
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    Dark brown canvas top, brown/tan wool headliner, tan squareweave carpet, natural/rich leather seats and door panels

    stitched & trimmed like stock.

    Grey and charcoal are also options.😁

    I like the red /ox blood Porsche stuff.

    Pat K
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    Trans assembled out  to backing plates and bearing caps. Brake parts needed before the drums can go on.70F9A20F-1155-47FB-A7BE-6C20F6FFCFB9

     

    Installed trans to pan. Fresh seal for the nose cone, rear brake hard lines bent up and installed along with soft lines.13E4F444-2E53-42C7-8ED6-F38E7663930A90F825BA-33AB-4441-8EE4-19A1714DB781

    Having to massage the new torsion bar splines to get them in, shits tight!!!EEE69B98-ABCA-4D38-AB0B-DCC9E703B035

     

    We will build it if it comes.

    Willy
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    Just for a reference on green/yellow combo

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    Lone Star
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    Dark brown canvas top, brown/tan wool headliner, tan squareweave carpet, natural/rich leather seats and door panels stitched & trimmed like stock. Grey and charcoal are also options.😁 I like the red /ox blood Porsche stuff.

    Mary likes the brown/tan and the grey/charcoal color combinations.  So I’m thinking no dark red. That would be the usual combo.   But for sure wool headliner, squareweave carpet, maybe use leatherette instead of real leather and seats and panels just like stock.

    Now that we may have narrowed color down to two choices, its time to think of the motor. 🙂

    Lone Star
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    Trans assembled out to backing plates and bearing caps. Brake parts needed before the drums can go on.70F9A20F-1155-47FB-A7BE-6C20F6FFCFB9<noscript>70F9A20F-1155-47FB-A7BE-6C20F6FFCFB9</noscript>Installed trans to pan. Fresh seal for the nose cone, rear brake hard lines bent up and installed along with soft lines.13E4F444-2E53-42C7-8ED6-F38E7663930A<noscript>13E4F444-2E53-42C7-8ED6-F38E7663930A</noscript>90F825BA-33AB-4441-8EE4-19A1714DB781<noscript>90F825BA-33AB-4441-8EE4-19A1714DB781</noscript>Having to massage the new torsion bar splines to get them in, shits tight!!!EEE69B98-ABCA-4D38-AB0B-DCC9E703B035<noscript>EEE69B98-ABCA-4D38-AB0B-DCC9E703B035</noscript>

    Looking good, Pat.

    Scott Sain
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    1904. DPR crank. Panchito heads. FK7 cam. Stock weight flywheel. 40s. CB ignition. Vintage Speed exhaust. Kick ass trans.

    On to something else!

    Pete
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    1904. DPR crank. Panchito heads. FK7 cam. Stock weight flywheel. 40s. CB ignition. 1500cc (74×80) 36hp.  WW heads with 35/33 valves.  WW hi-po cam.  Dual Zeniths.  Bosch 010.  356 linkage, oil/coil bracket, and A/B dome fuel pump.  Vintage Speed Sebring-style exhaust. Kick ass trans. On to something else!

    Fixed! 😉

     

    Pete
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    Be different, Kelly!  Enough of the Super Beetle engines in early cars! 😀

    I really like how Erik’s engine is turning out with the Zeniths:

    And there’s my lump:

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    Scott Sain
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    Terrible ideas! They leak too much oil and cost too much!

    Pete
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    Oh God….please don’t make not leaking oil part of the criteria.  Pretty sure Kelly probably wants to stick with something ACVW.

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