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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 3:34 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

👍👍👍👍👍 I like the metal edge on front.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 2:05 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

Update August 29 2019


This week got to finish the hood and put some rattle can primer on it. Previous owner must've used about 3 gallons of bondo on the whole damn car, there was a ton on the hood. Also got to take off some of the bondo on the front lower end and front wheel well by using a heat gun.

I started to use a grinder on the hood and it wasn't doing the job for the rust, but then remembered we had a make shift media blaster with a bucket and media gun so I used diamond grit media we had left (1 1/2 bags)which took a very long time but it did the job. The gun got clogged a bunch so I'm looking for a gun that can handle 30-60 grit diamond media anyone?? The compressor was running a steady 100psi so that wasn't the issue.

Might try to use it on the other parts of the shell.

Also got to work on the steering wheel a bit. Purchased some PC-11 epoxy and some micro-balloons. Gonna take a lot of tedious file sanding, which I will do this upcoming week but I already starting on the outer ring and it's going very well.

Also going to pop open the speedometer because I took a quick look and I noticed the gels were missing. Sad

Not many photos anymore because my phone is trash but took this "selfie" of the hood when I took off all the bondo and paint.




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PostPosted: Thu Aug 22, 2019 8:26 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

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Excellent. Black looks great. Wheels look great.


thanks, on a side note I didn't know the sprint stars were made in western Germany. Mine are stamped, which I assume means they were made during the cold war.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 22, 2019 4:05 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

Excellent. Black looks great. Wheels look great.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 22, 2019 3:34 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

August 22 2019 Update:


It's been a long 2 1/2 weeks. Waiting for parts to be shipped, going back and forth between things. But.. the "black out" has started Cool I know most of the OG folks love the chrome, but this car will have none. I'm going the all blacked out route and so far my old uncle digs it! Hard to take photos now bec I dropped my phone and I'm using an old one which the camera doesn't work good.

1. Got the chassis together, took a while to install the gas and brake pedals because I didn't have some parts and also just trying to see the correct installation method. Purchased all the small parts I was missing, pedal springs, bolts, new steering dampener, brake reservoir then hooked up the master cylinder and reservoir to bleed the brakes. Everything went well until we thought the front driver cylinder was leaking, but it turns out it was the little screw on valve. But things went well and bled the brakes, filled the transmission with fluid.

2. Purchased a EMPI e-brake kit but the rod and spring was too short. So not sure if I have the wrong housing unit or what, but that is pretty much the last thing left. I either will return the kit or need to purchase a different/shorter e metal brake lever. I will install the shifter when I put the body back on later.

3. Had a foul up with my newly painted rims Rolling Eyes I wanted to add some extra protection on the inside so I went and purchased a can of rustoleum clear/hardener coat and man it had a bad reaction with the paint I used (which was a shiny black rustomelum) and it formed like these hard cracks on the back of my rims. Luckily I only did it to 2 and the outer edge of a 3rd before I noticed so I had to spend a couple more days wet sanding them. I didn't bother with them anymore and just touched them up with a rattle can. I sprayed a coat of SEM clear guard to give them some extra protection.
But am I happy with how the look. The og empi caps I have 2 are good 2 were rusted/dented. Gotta purchase 2 and then I will paint them all black.

Also found out 1 of the tires is bad Sad cracks on the side but I will worry about it later bec it still holds air. They are brand new tires too.

4. Stripped the steering wheel, went in with my dremel tool, purchased some PC 11 and microballons to fill in the cracks but haven't gotten around to that part yet. Will probably start next week moving back and forth between my hood.

5. Working on the hood which is turning out to be a head ache. Turns out that it is in really bad shape. The brace made underneath means they really pounded some dents on the top. The whole hood was covered in a quarter inch of bondo. It is rusted pretty bad, and I contemplated getting a donor hood, but then that would require the same if not more effort to chop it up, weld, etc. So I'm going to work on saving this one. Might have to use more bondo/fiber glass when it is all said and done.

I feel like I'm getting somewhere with the chassis pretty much finished after I put the wheels on. We wrapped it up with a thick plastic and I covered up the transmission and it is sitting with 4 tarps over everything.

Wish I had a garage/shop to work in, especially do this body work and paint. I've been calling around paint shops and they either don't want to touch this project, or starting price was waaay to high $20,000 even though I told them body work isn't much just needs to blast and paint because I'm doing most of it. I found someone who paints dragsters and old hot rods, but he has yet to give me a quote.

Keep on keeping on. Until next update. I'm taking off the whole month of September be out of the country so that will be a set back but hopefully a good one.

PS Got a unexpected visit from some nice helpers Laughing They scared the crap outta me first but we gave them some water. They randomly wandered onto my uncles property and galloped by while we were bleeding the brakes. Stayed for about 30 minutes then they just up and left!


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 18, 2019 5:53 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2019 7:52 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

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Only thing that is "custom"

Laughing
Um...Anxious..you do realize the whole thing is kustom ....dont you Laughing .

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Laughing yea, but I'm talking more about what is left from the OG car itself. It's a
early 1960. The pan, body, engine, everything matches. But yes I do know it is a "custom bug". Gonna be the best damn bugtruck this side of the Mississippi haha Cool
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2019 7:32 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

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mas00 wrote:
Only thing that is "custom"

Laughing
Um...Anxious..you do realize the whole thing is kustom ....dont you Laughing .

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I agree, definitely a kustom truck. The top is very well thought out as is the rest of the body. I don't think those Sprint Stars were by accident either.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2019 6:34 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

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Only thing that is "custom"

Laughing
Um...Anxious..you do realize the whole thing is kustom ....dont you Laughing .

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2019 5:38 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

VOLKSWAGNUT wrote:
Wow.. looks like it was an original sliding sunroof car too..

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Yup, everything on this is matching early 1960 from the engine, trans, pan, etc. Only thing that is "custom" is the door handles, some mods done on the inside dash which I'm trying to clean up (fill in holes that were drilled) and obviously the 1950's chevy bed/back vw bus window.

I checked the serial numbers
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Wow.. looks like it was an original sliding sunroof car too..

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 27, 2019 4:45 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 27, 2019 11:15 am    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

July 2019 Update:

So it has been a while, work was taking over my life, and then the weather has been really bad. Now it is summer and I've been able to make some progress. I welding in the two side of my back window. Had a lot of trouble with the passenger side because I couldn't get the door off, and then when I tried to drill out the screw the drill bit broke Embarassed so I had to torch the hole and melt the drill bit. Luckily it didn't have any body damage and everything worked out.

As for the driver side, we had some trouble roudning the corner so I just recently had to purchase some body tools, ball pin hammer and next is to heat it up and make the corner a bit more rounded. My Uncle said back in the day they used to use ice as well to shrink the metal so we might do that too.

No photos of the pan, but I had to clean it up a bit, ran all the brand new fuel lines, and this Monday I'm going to install a brand new M.C. All I need is a brake reservoir, which I'm having a hard time finding an OG which is what I want. I will stay on the look out but the only thing left at this point on the pan is sound deadner, which I will wait until I'm about to drop the body on.


I took apart the 2 seat stripped most of the paint off, primered and painted them black. Next phase it to pretty much start tackling all the bondo that is still on the body and get it ready to blast.

I will try to primer it myself with some pints of Master Series that I still have left. As far as painting it, that is a whole problem I'm not sure what to do yet. I would like to paint it myself but I don't have anywhere to do it. My Uncle said I might be able to call around my city and ask if I could rent a paint booth from a shop. Last resort is to contact someone and have them paint it which means $$$.

Good/Bad news is my job contract ended so now I have all the time in the world to finish my vw. Bad is no more money to fund my project accept the money I set aside for this project which hopefully will be enough.


None the less, still at it, my goal is to finish it all by December 2019, but that might not be realistic. So perhaps body, painted on pan and maybe the electrical work all done by the end of the year so that all I have left is the interior.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2019 6:37 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

Update: Feb 17 2019

So as you all know the weather has been shitty as all hell and that means no work on my lovely lady. Got a weekend of good weather so been trying to repair the back corners on the window. Like I said before, the OG owner did a shitty job or didn't know how to do body work that well. There are rivets, different patch welds, and it's full of bondo all over the back. Not saying I'm any better, but gonna try to make it "right". I almost got into welding the passenger side but we had a family emergency which took some time outta the day, but will weld her in soon and then start on the driver side.

On the inside we are just going to go from the roof all the way down, connect the back window to the door hinge so it will be nice and smooth like the outside.

What I wouldn't kill to have a garage. This project would probably half way done by now, but them are the breaks. Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2019 7:46 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

vaughn bros. wrote:
Lots of progress!😀


Not as much as YOU!!!! Damn I just went through your whole thread... amazing stuff man. I only hope my build looks as good when I'm done, but for sure you're killing it! Cool Cool Cool Thanks for stopping by.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2019 6:32 am    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

Lots of progress!😀
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:04 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

Jan 23 2019 first update of year

So I've been spending sometime welding up a lot of things on the vw that needed done. There was a bracket inside the hood for a CB radio my dad put in, and then also another riveted metal bracket along the hood for rubber rubbie locks. A part of the hood metal latch (not sure if this is right terminology) was bent off because my dad had forgot to close the hood one day and he took off and the hood slammed up on the free way so I needed to weld that back in place. I also purchased some 20g some metal sheets to cut out the back window brackets and it looks like on the inside the job was pretty shitty too and I didn't take that into account so I will need to get more sheet metal to clean that up. This weekend I plan on cutting out the sides of the back window so well see how that goes.

Last weekend I spend almost half the day getting the fuel line un clogged as it has been rusted up with a bunch of gunk inside, but I got it done with a lot of oil, gas and air compressor. I tapped up the lines so hopefully they will be ok.

I'm needing the think how I can weld new metal hood locks instead of rubber ones which were previously there, and I've been given some advice to make them electrical, but I have no experience in this department so it will take some time to figure this out, purchase the locks, and figure it all out, measurements etc.

My Uncle had mentioned to shave the door handles off and make it suicide doors but that is a ton of work so.... Shocked Cool Well see how it goes


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2018 6:49 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

December 30th Last of year Update.

It was 40 degrees outside and I told myself I might as well go ahead and freeze my butt of while I weld a new shift rod bracket in Very Happy

Anyways I followed a couple of threads and got kinda lucky with getting the new bracket in. All in All I have a new bracket, bushing, and ring so I believe the shifting should be nice and smooth now. Before there was a spring bracket version and my Uncle told me when he drove it with my father once it was really bad and sloppy all around.

The welding is not perfect, but will get the job done, and once I painted it black you can't even tell. While it is the end of the year I did start this whole re-building process in March/April of this year so "technically" it has not been one full year for me yet, but all in all I'm very happy where I am on this project. Once I get it into a garage I can install new brakes lines, master cylinder, OG reservoir to bleed the brakes. and put new tar board on.

I guess originally had an un-realistic goal of having this whole car done by end of year December, but one day a week is not bad to have the whole engine rebuilt, body gutted and off, and chassis re-done. I have started to take some of the bondo off the back near the window and I can see the weld and braces are pretty shitty (metal is a bit worn and thin) so I will cut them out and re-weld some new pieces in there. I need to find out the original thickness of the metal, because people in San Antonio sell shitty old VW parts for a lot of money, it will probably be easier for me to just go out and purchase some metal sheets of the same thickness. I will also drill out some hood locks before I get the body blasted.

Only bummer is when I was moving some things in my Uncles tool shed to get the welder out, where I have all my parts separated I shattered the corner of the front window, which was OG glass. Sad

Not sure I will be able to find a 1960 OG front window but I will try and hunt one down. I'm excited for the new year and finally getting to the body and learning how to paint my first car!

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2018 5:37 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

December 16 2018 Update

I have no photos because I was running out of day light yesterday but finally feel like progress is getting restored after months of bad weather and stoppage over simple things. While re-assembling the back swing axles the bearing were not going correctly all the way in and that made the bearing cap not close. I struggled with this for about two weeks and everyone was giving me the wrong advice. Finally I got some good adviced from a local here who told me, while re-assembling I need to not only take out the fulcrum plates but also the spider gears and then install them all together so they fit within the differential and bingo it worked.

So the transmission, starter, back axles, brakes, and wheels are fully installed. The chassis is about 90% complete. Only thing major left for me to do is take off some of the tar board on the top of the tunnel so I can drill out the welds where the current shift rod bracket is and re-install/re-weld a new one in that takes a shift rod bushing so my shifting won't be sloppy anymore.

I purchased a new MC, and brakes lines but still looking for an OG reservoir. I pretty much think I have one more weekend left until I start welding up some places with the body, installing hood locks, and taking off some of the bondo for when I get it blasted.

Still debating on color, My Uncle wants me to paint it green again, but I'm looking to go all blacked out with yellow head lights.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2018 9:00 pm    Post subject: Re: VW BugTuck??? Custom Build... Not sure the year Reply with quote

no I went out of the country for two weeks and it's basically been rain every week since. My car is not in a garage so I can't work on it. This weekend was the first time I got to start on it in about two months and I ran into some problems. The rear bearing on the axle won't go on. I purchased a set of extra gaskets and right now with five on one side there is still a huge gap like space for about eight more gaskets which doesn't seem right to me so I'm trying to figure out what's wrong as this is pretty much the last thing I need to get the back end together and I can get it back to an inside garage to work on the rest while I blast the body.

I just got my computer back as well because I had to order a new charging adapter as my last one shorted out.

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