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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Oct 30, 2019 11:54 am
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Almost done. I still need to make balance hose from manifold to manifold. That will also have a T fitting to connect to BOV. Also need to run a pressure hose from turbo pressure pipe to the fuel pump.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Almost done. I still need to make balance hose from manifold to manifold. That will also have a T fitting to connect to BOV. Also need to run a pressure hose from turbo pressure pipe to the fuel pump.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Almost done. I still need to make balance hose from manifold to manifold. That will also have a T fitting to connect to BOV. Also need to run a pressure hose from turbo pressure pipe to the fuel pump.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:17 am
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Pretty much all buttoned up.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:17 am
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CB 044 Panchito heads to help make some HP from this mouse motor combo.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:15 am
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Lo Cash John
I didn't take pics of it but this engine case got the full set of Bob Hoover HVX mods. This greatly improves oiling to the heads and valve train, particularly to the 1-2 side. To help get this extra oil right to the valve stems and springs, the 1.25 rocker arms and adjusting screws have been modified also. The after market solid rocker shafts already have full circle grooves to help distribute oil around the rocker arm bores.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:15 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
I didn't take pics of it but this engine case got the full set of Bob Hoover HVX mods. This greatly improves oiling to the heads and valve train, particularly to the 1-2 side. To help get this extra oil right to the valve stems and springs, the 1.25 rocker arms and adjusting screws have been modified also. The after market solid rocker shafts already have full circle grooves to help distribute oil around the rocker arm bores.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:15 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
I didn't take pics of it but this engine case got the full set of Bob Hoover HVX mods. This greatly improves oiling to the heads and valve train, particularly to the 1-2 side. To help get this extra oil right to the valve stems and springs, the 1.25 rocker arms and adjusting screws have been modified also. The after market solid rocker shafts already have full circle grooves to help distribute oil around the rocker arm bores.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:11 am
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Short block basically buttoned up. Still needs sump added on.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:09 am
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Crank and Scat C25 cam dropped into the case and ready to close up.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:08 am
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DMS crank assembled with Uni-tech rods


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 1:56 pm
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Slowly making some headway. I finished the oil separator (aka breather box) and fabricated a mount for it. This is plumbed to the 1-2 valve cover & generator stand with -10 hose to let pressure out. Then on the driver side it's plumbed to a one way check valve and draft tube with another -10. As the exhaust goes past the draft tube it creates a low pressure on the -10 hose which helps suck the crank case pressures out of the engine.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 1:56 pm
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Slowly making some headway. I finished the oil separator (aka breather box) and fabricated a mount for it. This is plumbed to the 1-2 valve cover & generator stand with -10 hose to let pressure out. Then on the driver side it's plumbed to a one way check valve and draft tube with another -10. As the exhaust goes past the draft tube it creates a low pressure on the -10 hose which helps suck the crank case pressures out of the engine.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 1:56 pm
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Slowly making some headway. I finished the oil separator (aka breather box) and fabricated a mount for it. This is plumbed to the 1-2 valve cover & generator stand with -10 hose to let pressure out. Then on the driver side it's plumbed to a one way check valve and draft tube with another -10. As the exhaust goes past the draft tube it creates a low pressure on the -10 hose which helps suck the crank case pressures out of the engine.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 4:00 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Here you can see the 180* bend of the "up pipe" to the turbo. It really doesn't even stick out from the rear apron at all. The up pipe is made from 1-7/8 mandrel bends from Summit Racing.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:06 am
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Lo Cash John
Made a few tweaks to the 3" exhaust placement and also blasted and treated some of the rusty pipes. This thing sat on the "back burner" for a little while and the rain and humidity here in Florida didn't do it any good.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:06 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Made a few tweaks to the 3" exhaust placement and also blasted and treated some of the rusty pipes. This thing sat on the "back burner" for a little while and the rain and humidity here in Florida didn't do it any good.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:06 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Made a few tweaks to the 3" exhaust placement and also blasted and treated some of the rusty pipes. This thing sat on the "back burner" for a little while and the rain and humidity here in Florida didn't do it any good.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:03 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Fits in the engine bay but needs decklid stand-offs. Considering the heat from a turbo, this is not a bad thing.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:03 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Fits in the engine bay but needs decklid stand-offs. Considering the heat from a turbo, this is not a bad thing.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:03 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Fits in the engine bay but needs decklid stand-offs. Considering the heat from a turbo, this is not a bad thing.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:00 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Pipe work mostly fabbed up. Up pipe is 1-7/8" and cross-over pipe between carbs is 2"


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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Pipe work mostly fabbed up. Up pipe is 1-7/8" and cross-over pipe between carbs is 2"


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:00 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Pipe work mostly fabbed up. Up pipe is 1-7/8" and cross-over pipe between carbs is 2"


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:57 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Header is a modified EMPI sedan header. The exhaust port flanges were all replaced with 3/8" THICK flanges for a good seal. Then the collector was de-burred and booger-welds removed. From there we made our own 3/8" THICK flange to connect the header to the up pipe feeding the turbo.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:57 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
Header is a modified EMPI sedan header. The exhaust port flanges were all replaced with 3/8" THICK flanges for a good seal. Then the collector was de-burred and booger-welds removed. From there we made our own 3/8" THICK flange to connect the header to the up pipe feeding the turbo.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:53 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Then came the pipe fabrication.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
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Then came the pipe fabrication.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:51 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
Lo Cash John
First step is to build pressure hats to fit the Kadron carbs. Luckily 3" exhaust pipe works perfectly.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:51 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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First step is to build pressure hats to fit the Kadron carbs. Luckily 3" exhaust pipe works perfectly.


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Blow through Kadron turbo
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:51 am
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Blow through Kadron turbo
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First step is to build pressure hats to fit the Kadron carbs. Luckily 3" exhaust pipe works perfectly.


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Little turbo project
Posted: Mon May 14, 2018 7:09 pm
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Little turbo project
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Trying something a little different.


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Little turbo project
Posted: Mon May 14, 2018 7:09 pm
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Little turbo project
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Trying something a little different.


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Turbo Bar Stool built by bored VW guy
Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:42 am
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Turbo Bar Stool built by bored VW guy
Lo Cash John
This is a turbocharged (YES!!!) bar stool built by Tracy Grimm from TG Fab. Tracy was one of the first persons to make and sell a bolt-in "Kafer Brace" like so many people use these days. His fabrication skills are pretty amazing.

Yes, this bar stool did run and was very scary once the boost started coming on.


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Turbo Bar Stool built by bored VW guy
Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:42 am
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Turbo Bar Stool built by bored VW guy
Lo Cash John
This is a turbocharged (YES!!!) bar stool built by Tracy Grimm from TG Fab. Tracy was one of the first persons to make and sell a bolt-in "Kafer Brace" like so many people use these days. His fabrication skills are pretty amazing.

Yes, this bar stool did run and was very scary once the boost started coming on.


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Rebel Wire VW Harness: How to install Part 1: Fuse Panel Mount
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:26 am
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Rebel Wire VW Harness: How to install Part 1: Fuse Panel Mount
Lo Cash John
Here I've mounted the panel to the bracket using (6) #10-24 stainless steel, allen head screws. I then removed ALL of the tie-wraps and dressed the wire in 2 directions. Everything going to the rear of the car or to the left of the steering column goes one way and the few wires going to the right of the steering column go the other way. There are wires that will run from the dash switches to the front of the car but they are not pictured here. Small black tie-wraps will replace the 9-ply cord (string) currently pictured. I'll post more as I progress.


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Rebel Wire VW Harness: How to install Part 1: Fuse Panel Mount
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:20 am
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Rebel Wire VW Harness: How to install Part 1: Fuse Panel Mount
Lo Cash John
So my buddy "John Doe" began to install a Rebel Wire deluxe harness in his square. I took over, ripped it all out and started over. First step was to decide where to mount the fuse panel. I then decided to make a mounting bracket from some scraps of aluminum.


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Rebel Wire VW Harness: How NOT to install
Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:13 am
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Rebel Wire VW Harness: How NOT to install
Lo Cash John
This is my buddy John Doe's (name changed to protect the less-capable) Type 3 Squareback. "John" bought a Rebel Wire Deluxe VW harness to install in his Square. It's a very nice harness if properly installed. This is NOT the beginnings of a proper install.


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aluminum gas tanks plans
Posted: Thu May 22, 2014 10:33 am
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aluminum gas tanks plans
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:08 pm
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Lo Cash John
Making progress. Came up with an alternator stand that does not require cutting up a stock Type 1 unit. Also marked the cylinder covers for the fan shroud (that took a little while), cut them open and fabbed some 20ga sheet metal to receive the fan shroud outlets.


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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:08 pm
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Lo Cash John
Making progress. Came up with an alternator stand that does not require cutting up a stock Type 1 unit. Also marked the cylinder covers for the fan shroud (that took a little while), cut them open and fabbed some 20ga sheet metal to receive the fan shroud outlets.


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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:08 pm
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Lo Cash John
Making progress. Came up with an alternator stand that does not require cutting up a stock Type 1 unit. Also marked the cylinder covers for the fan shroud (that took a little while), cut them open and fabbed some 20ga sheet metal to receive the fan shroud outlets.


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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:08 pm
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Lo Cash John
Making progress. Came up with an alternator stand that does not require cutting up a stock Type 1 unit. Also marked the cylinder covers for the fan shroud (that took a little while), cut them open and fabbed some 20ga sheet metal to receive the fan shroud outlets.


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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:08 pm
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Lo Cash John
Making progress. Came up with an alternator stand that does not require cutting up a stock Type 1 unit. Also marked the cylinder covers for the fan shroud (that took a little while), cut them open and fabbed some 20ga sheet metal to receive the fan shroud outlets.


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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:03 pm
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Lo Cash John
Getting started. Top cylinder covers and alternator stand roughed in.


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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
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Getting started. Top cylinder covers and alternator stand roughed in.


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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia.  Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:00 pm
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Type 4 motor for my son's Ghia. Getting the Joe Cali upright conversion
Lo Cash John
Here's the kid cutting up some stock Type 4 cylinder covers so we can get started on the Joe Cali upright conversion.


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My son's first VW: A '70 Ghia
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2014 6:56 pm
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My son's first VW: A '70 Ghia
Lo Cash John
I got this from Lo Cash Lester last year. It already got a lot of semi-custom stuff done to it. Full AutoMeter gauges, Toyota MR2 bucket seats, narrowed beam with dropped spindle disc brakes, etc. When we get to paint/body, it's also getting a real Golde VW ragtop grafted in.


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Nick's buggy aka "White Trash"
Posted: Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:36 am
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Nick's buggy aka "White Trash"
Lo Cash John


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Nick's buggy aka "White Trash"
Posted: Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:36 am
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Nick's buggy aka "White Trash"
Lo Cash John


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