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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 5:37 pm
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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 5:37 pm
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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 5:36 pm
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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
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Early 1967 Euro Import Volkswagen Beetle
Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 5:36 pm
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:08 pm
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:08 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 5
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:08 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 3
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:08 pm
Size: 1440x1080   Views: 30
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:08 pm
Size: 1200x1600   Views: 19
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:08 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 6
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:08 pm
Size: 1440x1081   Views: 9
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:08 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 13
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:07 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 11
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
jackswasted
Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:07 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 12
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
jackswasted
Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:07 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 4
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
jackswasted
Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:07 pm
Size: 1200x1600   Views: 2
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
jackswasted
Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:07 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 14
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
jackswasted
Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:07 pm
Size: 1600x1200   Views: 7
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1967 (Euro) Volkwagen Beetle for US market.
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Current project: Bought this 67 Euro from a local here in Visalia. It has good character so I have decided to preserve as much as possible, spend the least amount of $$, bring him back to life, while also making a rad little daily driver (if possible).

So far, Bernard has been stripped down, pans mended, carpets cleaned/rehabbed, interior dyed, new brakes throughout including new master cylinder, new fuel lines, freshly sealed OG fuel tank, new poly urethane trans & motor mounts, new adjustable spring plates with pan dragger V2 drop plates, new shocks, and rehabbed 8inch narrowed beam with CB performance drop spindles. New ball joints, tie-rod ends, headlights, taillights, and turn signal switch. Engine was also gone through and measured between 125-110 compression on all four cylinders. The 1600 DP has a new 34 PICT along with a new vacuum advance distributor. New plugs, wires, seals, oil, and filter (yup, has a filter adapter).

Bernard should be street ready early February or early spring (weather dependent here in Visalia as I am cold blooded and need sunshine to operate).


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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:53 pm
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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:53 pm
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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:53 pm
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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:53 pm
Size: 1600x1199   Views: 37
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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:53 pm
Size: 1600x1198   Views: 27
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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:53 pm
Size: 1600x1199   Views: 53
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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:53 pm
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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 1:53 pm
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1966 Volkswagen Notchback
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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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Bought this Notch from a cool dude down in LA. Not an easy story however, as I live 3 hours north up the 99. I made the deal over instagram, jumped on a train then a bus totaling a 6 hour trip, just to hop in the seat of this hoopty and driving home over the Grapevine in the middle of January with an old ass Type III VW ready to fall apart powered by a Type I engine. But, I made it home, and after 8 months of working on him when I could I got Milky aka Whitey aka Casper.

I drove Whitey while rebuilding him and had a lot of fun with the car. It was definitely unique and fun, but after a year I thought it was time for another project. A nice fella in the 209 swooped on him and kept the patina look. Cheers.


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