1967 VW Beetle – Page 3

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The car is back from the paint shop and looks great! Thanks Terry it turned out real nice.

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The fenders have been mounted.

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The headliner installed.

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Chrome and seals installed.

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I went with the original style rubber mat and carpet surrounds.

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Door glass installed. New full bumpers installed.

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The wheels were all pulled and sent to the paint shop for two-tone paint.

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The engine bay is starting to shape up nicely.

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It’s looking more like a car again at this point.

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Starting to get the wiring laid out for the car.

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Time to detail the under side of the car.

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It looks fairly clean and original, but I want something a little more presentable.

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Taping and masking before spraying the under coat. I don’t want any over spray!

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Rubberized undercoating.

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POR 15 on the front beam.

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Hi-Temp enamel paint on the brakes and tie-rods

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The paint in the center of the trunk where the brake reservoir goes didn’t turn out very well. I ended up cleaning it up a bit more and coating it with POR15.

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Wiring harness being installed. I even located a factory size speaker for the 1967 working radio. This looks great!

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Now, that I can live with.

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