Not cabriolet work, but...

Have you done so much to the car today that it just doesn't fit into one section, or are you too damn lazy to split it all up? Either way, this is the section for you.

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vw_nick
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Not cabriolet work, but...

Post by vw_nick » Sun May 06, 2007 2:24 am

I did putter some on the van this past week...

finally took some pics of the nearly ready engine block (still needs the galley plugs removed and the passages cleaned out and new plugs installed at the machine shop) and finished painting on a couple of the engine and shifter bits... also today I decided to polish up the stainless sink stuff and while removing it I found mouse carcass no. 4, ack. (right behind the metal plate where the westfalia sticker was)

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Post by Briano1234 » Sun May 06, 2007 3:45 am

Its getting there.........slow and steady......
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Post by kuklaki » Sun May 06, 2007 10:49 am

Look! Some things to detail!!!
Acrually I cannot wait to see what it is like when you bring her out.
2nd 89 Cabriolet 8v (Crabby Cabby)
01 Jetta GLX (bun warmer)
87 Scirocco 16v (TWINS!)
71 Karmann Ghia (air sucker)
03 New Beetle turbo S (black widow)
01 Suzuki SV650 (go nekkid)

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