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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 7:20 am    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

Well the plague has put our indoor convention center out of business so there will not be a massive car show in the coming March and my fifty bucks entrance fee has been returned for the cancelled show for March previous. Bummer. A car in that show has been on the bucket list since going to it as a youngster with my dad each year and Turkis Pile had been accepted.

Also, cruising has been severely limited and the season has wound to a close. Freeing up space in the shop for ongoing projects, I have decided to adopt out this completed work rather that just store it for the foreseeable future.

One of my crew would not have it leave the family so he picked it up immediately and went right to work making it feel at home, trimming it out with personalized bits and racks and other memorabilia fitting a patina bug in this part of the world. Plus, I still get visitation on weekends and the odd Wednesday night.

Here is a parting shot of her ride out into the wide world whith her very happy new caretaker.

Within a matter of hours of this shot, Instagram crashed under a deluge of Turkis flavored postings. She is in a safe place.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2020 7:42 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

Have you considered pulling out the dents in your left rear quarter panel using a stud gun? Eastwood.com sells 2 types- one converts a mig welder to the gun tip, the other is an electric self-contained "gun" that spot-welds the "nail head" onto the body surface. With either method, you pull on the nail/stud shaft with a dent puller. Once you are done with the panel, you grind off the nail head. There's no hole to drill into the panel. This might be another time saver compared to replacing part of the quarter panel with your valuable NOS piece.

Great that you had a spike of motivation to get the '61 roadworthy. At this point you have a driveable project. Improvements can be done at your convenience. Many people, including me, have projects that just sit for years due to laziness or other excuses.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2020 4:55 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

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Our current pandemic situation has most car shows/events canceled. Will you consider spending some of that extra non-driving time to spray painting the rear fenders, rear apron, and the left quarter panel with a few coats of spray can paint, then wet sanding the upward-facing areas for a faux patina look? Krylon Jade Green being a close match to Turkis. You could even first spray paint the upper sections of the fenders with a lighter grey primer so that when you sand off the Turkis/Jade on those limited areas, the fender's primer will look closer to that on the front fenders... https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=424324&highlight=krylon


Hey Rome thanks for that link.

You are in good company being irritated by my lack of closure on the looks. One of my local crew in particular tosses an encouraging word in that direction periodically. I am convinced that one day I will catch them all in my driveway with rattle cans and drop spindles bringing me into socially acceptable condition by way of intervention.

I'm knee deep in painting my Super for now but even with extra time I might not feel the urge. There is a part of my mind that thinks one day I will be installing these (or parts of these):

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They are supposedly period correct VW replacement quarters pulled from the assembly line for dealer repair stock. They have (or had) part numbers on them that look like VW info.

This bug has been hit hard in the driver's side rear and, from archeological tells, had a Baja rear deck screwed onto it at some point. The driver's quarter in primer was beaten out with a carpenter's hammer from what I can figure, is torn, and badly mis-shapen. I can't save it so I would like to replace it to regain the factory dimensions and lines. That's why I just quickly tacked on that white tail end last summer without much thought just to get it rolling.

When it comes time to pour some love in this bug I believe I would like to properly return it to some semblance of its pretty, stock, Turkis appearance, and it's 6-month-only color scheme with early bug features would warrant the effort I believe.

I also have one full passenger pan in the attic and will gather another driver's side one along the way for when the body comes off.

But, that's a lot of dreaming. Maybe I'll blow 8 dollars on a can of paint for the short term. Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 16, 2020 5:11 am    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

Our current pandemic situation has most car shows/events canceled. Will you consider spending some of that extra non-driving time to spray painting the rear fenders, rear apron, and the left quarter panel with a few coats of spray can paint, then wet sanding the upward-facing areas for a faux patina look? Krylon Jade Green being a close match to Turkis. You could even first spray paint the upper sections of the fenders with a lighter grey primer so that when you sand off the Turkis/Jade on those limited areas, the fender's primer will look closer to that on the front fenders... https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=424324&highlight=krylon
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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2020 6:12 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

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I really like how you got that bug on the road ,and enjoying the car so quick . dam good job .


Thank you for the motivation Bad 91! Bugs love to be driven Cool
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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2020 3:30 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

I really like how you got that bug on the road ,and enjoying the car so quick . dam good job .
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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2020 5:10 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

Turkis Pile made the invite to the local Memorial Day Parade. Cool

A great way to spread joy from a distance with smiles, honks, and waves. Very Happy


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PostPosted: Thu May 14, 2020 8:56 am    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

With cruise-ins as we used to know them suspended for the time being, getting fresh air in the bug has been limited to a few no-contact drives for pictures at local spots.

Don your masks, stand a stone-throw away, and enjoy a few random pics:


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2020 8:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

And.... thatís exactly how a vw should be driven. Very Happy good work
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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2020 8:44 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

The next morning I sat in the backyard enjoying a cup of coffee, looking at the loaded trailer with anticipation while the sun came up on a beautiful day. It's time. My friends are already on the road and I will be catching up with them at the entrance of the IX Center to stage our cars for the show this weekend.

I pet the dog, set the mug on the picnic table and sauntered towards the truck when my phone rang...

My buds were being turned away at the door. No show this year. Later that day the Governor announced the formal shut down on t.v.

A kid's dream frozen in time for another 365 days, ours spots would be honored next year. To be honest I was kind of relieved, we had seen enough on the news by now to know it was a bad wind blowing our way. I unhooked the trailer, went to pick up my goul-driven hot rod t-shirt for the ghost show that wasn"t and moped around for most of the day.

Just as the sun started setting I decided I might as well get the tires dirty to open the season, as well as my mind.

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The car pulled strong and I felt great! I only made it a half mile or so when my bug reminded me that we had drained the tank for the indoor show. Oops

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My wife is a kind soul and rescued me with a can of gas so I could ride out the sunset.

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Home safe and sound.

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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2020 5:26 am    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

very enjoyable thread . way to handle the bug quick , and getting it back on the road .
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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2020 7:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

In a time long ago, before the quarantine....

March 2020 IX Center Annual Piston Power Show (aka Auto Rama) is a week away, and a dream I've had since spectating the show with my dad every year as a tot is about to come true.

I've got a car in the show. It's my Turkis Pile and it will be among a baker's dozen air-cooleds. All my cruizin' buddies and I got in and will be staged together. For three full days of indoor hot rod paradise we will be introducing an air-cooled German presence to the traditionally American muscle scene.

Last weekend I spent the day helping my friend put the windows in his freshly headlined early low rider 61. A few days later he stopped by with a complete hand-me-down interior so my ride could hold its own at the show. No more ratted high-backs for my rat. What a DUDE. Love the airheads.

Here it is getting cleaned up and installed. Top of the world.

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As luck would have it, here is what had been lost in the pocket of one of the door cards, by a prior owner's prior owner. Destiny.

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Feeling in the mood to tighten her up I threw on some running boards, slicked the tires and she is ready for the big dance!

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Wow. This bug is ready for a couple of window stickers

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This one is my favorite. It's been in my tool box since it's first cruiz to an outdoor show last summer and I'm really feeling it.

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I loaded her into the box trailer for the night and hooked up the tow mule for the morning trip into town.

Night all Wink
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 29, 2019 8:17 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

Super fun. Thanks for taking the time to post!

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:49 am    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

Great job, it's perfect just the way it is now! Makes me want to scab in some floorpan halves on my 66 and finally get it on the road.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2019 9:32 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

I was wondering where you went!

Just read through it all - NICE!
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2019 3:56 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

Oh well, don't dwell over it, other trailers will come along.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2019 2:07 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

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Note to self: Be skeptical of ads proclaiming a car is rust-free because it came from California...
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LMAO True Dat! A few years in the rust belt is a great equalizer.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2019 2:06 pm    Post subject: Re: Buggeee's '61 Turkis Pile (from scrapyard to show in 21 days) Reply with quote

bluebus86 wrote:
Nice, I have the same model, turkis with all the fancy color interior. My grab handle turned to a mushy black long ago, the carpets worn out, green running boards replaced with black. Needs a headliner now.

I got my 61 over 40 years ago, Dad bought it new, it was my first car, still got it.has about 355K miles on it now, and it does sport a dual port 1600.


Thanks for sharing!

Bug On!


That is an awesome love story Wink
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Nice story, but.......Dude! How about s'more pics and a background on that teardrop?


Yeah, well, about that. Um... well...

Here is a link to some other pictures of the Phoenix I posted in the Accessories area of Samba. https://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=718806&highlight=phoenix

O.k. I'll spill the beans. You all can't educate me any more about this that what my local crew has already done to enlighten me to my own stupidity so here it is.

When I decided to build Ms. Turkis and bring her home, I had this idea that I was showing symptoms of hoarding and needed to cull the herd and shut down the outside storage lease. Out went the trailer, along with a rusty bus and a really cool thing/bug combo project and a dune buggy and probably some other stuff.

I kept the Turkis and brought her home. I would not let her go.

Everything else in storage got craiglisted for exactly what I had in it (as I think flippers are ruining this hobby for the kids coming up under us). So every thing was gone in a matter of days, including this Phoenix teardrop with original taillights, which I let go for...

Four hundred dollars.

There. It is said. But that is what I paid for it and I did not want to be that guy driving up the market. And that is how I did it, and why I did it, and I can't un-did it now. Despite all the cat-calling I have suffered from my local crew for this, I can't un-did it now. It was snatched up by a hoarder. He has it clammed up tight... We have tried to get it back. It is long gone for a generation. Might as well be in a time capsule with a bunch of other stuff that will never see the light of day now that it is in that dude's clutch. I really should have flipped it and it would have been in circulation behind some bug right now. Live and learn. In the year 2032 at some estate sale someone will see that thing again.

But I have the Turkis. And she is home with me.
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