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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
Ol Vocho
In auto body and metal shaping I am constantly faced with taking some time to clean up an OG German part, or fitting in a new "repop" replacement part. I'm finding, as we all do, that some of the new repop parts just don't fit. The time it takes you to maneuver the repop part to fit, is time consuming and frustrating. Also, the make up of the content of the repop sheet metal, is inferior to the OG German sheet metal. As an example, look at the difference in measurement, comparing this OG lower innner D'Lid support to a new repop piece. The repop piece is much thicker and the handle stop is located wrong. Plus the lower drain on the repop is shaped different. All adds up to a bad fit for the repop and much time wasted, trying to get it to fit. You would think that if a repop company went to all the trouble and cost to set up new dies to stamp these, that they would develop a better fit and use better sheet metal. JMHO


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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
Ol Vocho
In auto body and metal shaping I am constantly faced with taking some time to clean up an OG German part, or fitting in a new "repop" replacement part. I'm finding, as we all do, that some of the new repop parts just don't fit. The time it takes you to maneuver the repop part to fit, is time consuming and frustrating. Also, the make up of the content of the repop sheet metal, is inferior to the OG German sheet metal. As an example, look at the difference in measurement, comparing this OG lower innner D'Lid support to a new repop piece. The repop piece is much thicker and the hand stop is located wrong. Plus the lower drain on the repop is shaped different. All adds up to a bad fit for the repop and much time wasted, trying to get it to fit. You would think that if a repop company went to all the trouble and cost to set up new dies to stamp these, that they would develop a better fit and use better sheet metal. JMHO


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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
Ol Vocho
In auto body and metal shaping I am constantly faced with taking some time to clean up an OG German part, or fitting in a new "repop" replacement part. I'm finding, as we all do, that some of the new repop parts just don't fit. The time it takes you to maneuver the repop part to fit, is time consuming and frustrating. Also, the make up of the content of the repop sheet metal, is inferior to the OG German sheet metal. As an example, look at the difference in measurement, comparing this OG lower innner D'Lid support to a new repop piece. The repop piece is much thicker and the hand stop is located wrong. Plus the lower drain on the repop is shaped different. All adds up to a bad fit for the repop and much time wasted, trying to get it to fit. You would think that if a repop company went to all the trouble and cost to set up new dies to stamp these, that they would develop a better fit and use better sheet metal. JMHO


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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
Ol Vocho
In auto body and metal shaping I am constantly faced with taking some time to clean up an OG German part, or fitting in a new "repop" replacement part. I'm finding, as we all do, that some of the new repop parts just don't fit. The time it takes you to maneuver the repop part to fit, is time consuming and frustrating. Also, the make up of the content of the repop sheet metal, is inferior to the OG German sheet metal. As an example, look at the difference in measurement, comparing this OG lower innner D'Lid support to a new repop piece. The repop piece is much thicker and the hand stop is located wrong. Plus the lower drain on the repop is shaped different. All adds up to a bad fit for the repop and much time wasted, trying to get it to fit. You would think that if a repop company went to all the trouble and cost to set up new dies to stamp these, that they would develop a better fit and use better sheet metal. JMHO


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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
Ol Vocho
In auto body and metal shaping I am constantly faced with taking some time to clean up an OG German part, or fitting in a new "repop" replacement part. I'm finding, as we all do, that some of the new repop parts just don't fit. The time it takes you to maneuver the repop part to fit, is time consuming and frustrating. Also, the make up of the content of the repop sheet metal, is inferior to the OG German sheet metal. As an example, look at the difference in measurement, comparing this OG lower innner D'Lid support to a new repop piece. The repop piece is much thicker and the hand stop is located wrong. Plus the lower drain on the repop is shaped different. All adds up to a bad fit for the repop and much time wasted, trying to get it to fit. You would think that if a repop company went to all the trouble and cost to set up new dies to stamp these, that they would develop a better fit and use better sheet metal. JMHO


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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
Ol Vocho
In auto body and metal shaping I am constantly faced with taking some time to clean up an OG German part, or fitting in a new "repop" replacement part. I'm finding, as we all do, that some of the new repop parts just don't fit. The time it takes you to maneuver the repop part to fit, is time consuming and frustrating. Also, the make up of the content of the repop sheet metal, is inferior to the OG German sheet metal. As an example, look at the difference in measurement, comparing this OG lower innner D'Lid support to a new repop piece. The repop piece is much thicker and the hand stop is located wrong. Plus the lower drain on the repop is shaped different. All adds up to a bad fit for the repop and much time wasted, trying to get it to fit. You would think that if a repop company went to all the trouble and cost to set up new dies to stamp these, that they would develop a better fit and use better sheet metal. JMHO


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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
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OG German or new Repop D'Lid inner lower support
Ol Vocho
In auto body and metal shaping I am constantly faced with taking some time to clean up an OG German part, or fitting in a new "repop" replacement part. I'm finding, as we all do, that some of the new repop parts just don't fit. The time it takes you to maneuver the repop part to fit, is time consuming and frustrating. Also, the make up of the content of the repop sheet metal, is inferior to the OG German sheet metal. As an example, look at the difference in measurement, comparing this OG lower innner D'Lid support to a new repop piece. The repop piece is much thicker and the hand stop is located wrong. Plus the lower drain on the repop is shaped different. All adds up to a bad fit for the repop and much time wasted, trying to get it to fit. You would think that if a repop company went to all the trouble and cost to set up new dies to stamp these, that they would develop a better fit and use better sheet metal. JMHO


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Hepolite Pistons ref 12786 77 m/m pistons
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Hepolite Pistons ref 12786 77 m/m pistons
Robert Chambers


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Hepolite Pistons ref 12786 77 m/m pistons
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Hepolite Pistons ref 12786 77 m/m pistons
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Hepolite Pistons ref 12786 77 m/m pistons
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Hepolite Pistons ref 12786 77 m/m pistons
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Hepolite Pistons ref 12786 77 m/m pistons
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NOS 133 955 113 DX wiper motor convertible
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NOS 133 955 113 DX wiper motor convertible
Tcash


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NOS 133 955 113 DX wiper motor convertible
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NOS 133 955 113 DX wiper motor convertible
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NOS 133 955 113 DX wiper motor convertible
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NOS 133 955 113 DX wiper motor convertible
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NOS 133 955 113 DX wiper motor convertible
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Ignition problems
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Ignition problems
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Ignition problems
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Ignition problems
ArtistGollaher


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solex 30 pict 3 vacuum port
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solex 30 pict 3 vacuum port
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Carb Accelerator Cable Barrel Nut Clamp
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Carb Accelerator Cable Barrel Nut Clamp
rkeyworth
Such a tiny unimportant item, until you can't find one..Is there a source for this old style? I'm not looking for the newer style that uses the Hex nut. I'm looking for the style in the picture that uses the flat head slotted screw.


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Carb Accelerator Cable Barrel Nut Clamp
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Carb Accelerator Cable Barrel Nut Clamp
rkeyworth
Such a tiny unimportant item, until you can't find one..Is there a source for this old style? I'm not looking for the newer style that uses the Hex nut. I'm looking for the style in the picture that uses the flat head slotted screw.


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Lightened 2nd gear idler
Posted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 5:46 pm
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Lightened 2nd gear idler
Bruce
Here's a 2nd gear idler I drilled about 10 years ago. These small holes were good for about 10% Reducing weight on the two shafts has a double effect. Less weight down the road, and the synchros work better. Next one will get more and bigger holes.


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Jet-A-Vator Plugs
Posted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 5:15 pm
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Jet-A-Vator Plugs
vamram
Plugs w/the 135 main jet, 55 pilot. 60 pilot next to the 55.


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Jet-A-Vator Plugs
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Jet-A-Vator Plugs
vamram
Plugs w/the 135 main jet, 55 pilot. 60 pilot next to the 55.


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Jet-A-Vator Plugs
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Jet-A-Vator Plugs
vamram
Plugs w/the 135 main jet, 55 pilot. 60 pilot next to the 55.


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mud flap
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mud flap
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Fuel Pressure Gauge
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Fuel Pressure Gauge
Ryan Krieger
Temporary fuel pressure gauge, checking fuel pressure after installing Pierburg fuel pump.


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28 pict-1
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28 pict-1
Ian
Carburetor diagram


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Metal piece found in oil
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Metal piece found in oil
flatfour
Metal piece found in oil


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Metal piece found in oil
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Metal piece found in oil
flatfour
Metal piece found in oil


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speedometer
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speedometer
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bug muffler?
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bug muffler?
Tom Powell
I was given a VW muffler. I assume it is for bug. PM me and pick it up in Kaneohe and it's yours.

Aloha
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bug muffler?
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bug muffler?
Tom Powell
I was given a VW muffler. I assume it is for bug. PM me and pick it up in Kaneohe and it's yours.

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Emission Sticker
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Emission Sticker
a.wilson
New Decal for top corner of Fan Shroud. (on '74 Beetle).

Printed by waxhead.


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GENE'S Berg Manifolds
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GENE'S Berg Manifolds
GTV
For Solex 40 PII


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GENE'S Berg Manifolds
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GENE'S Berg Manifolds
GTV
For Solex 40 PII


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69.5mm crank
Posted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 5:14 pm
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69.5mm crank
volksworker
with compact rods


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69.5mm crank
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69.5mm crank
volksworker
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69.5mm crank
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69.5mm crank
volksworker
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69.5mm crank
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69.5mm crank
volksworker
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iceland green...
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iceland green...
ZENVWDRIVER
L213 1954 to 2/55... computer matched, had some mixed... pretty close...wanna' get a gallon mixed and paint part of the car... mostly the roof as there is no paint up there... was thinking of painting the synthetic enamel right on the metal, skipping the prime application and maybe the rust will come through in spots failing prematurely...that would be a nice look.


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NOS Bosch 0 190 222 001 TA 14V 20A
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NOS Bosch 0 190 222 001 TA 14V 20A
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NOS Bosch 0 190 222 001 TA 14V 20A
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