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Building a Classic VW Bug From Scratch by [email protected]
Hello, I'm looking to build a bug from scratch...everything (pan, engine, gearbox, etc). Best place to start to get a parts list, costs, etc? Thank you.
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looking to buy a beetle in toronto area by [email protected]
hi! i sold my last bug about 5 years ago. 63 moon roof. im itching for a decent daily driver in Southern Ontario. Anyone local looking to sell? id even take a semi-auto! :-)
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Vapour Lock in T3 by John[_28_]
After running around town in 43 Deg C temps the T3 refused to restart. Turns out to be Vapour Lock due to heat. Car was got going by pressurising fuel tank. It occurred to me though that if the mechanical fuel pump was replaced by an electric one at front of car the problem would be solved....
March 18th 17 03:19 AM
by Max Welton Go to last post
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Portland OR VW shop/retail? by [email protected]
On Wednesday, December 15, 1999 at 12:00:00 AM UTC-8, Air-Cooled wrote: > Always V-dub isn't there anymore, they moved out to 54th (or so says the > sign). I just discovered this to my horror two weeks ago. Wound up going > to Halsey, which almost always has what I want in stock. I haven't been...
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How to fix this leak? Doesn't look good... by [email protected]
On Monday, March 11, 2002 at 11:54:58 AM UTC-8, wrote: > Hi y'all. I was outside yesterday and noticed a small puddle under > the bug near the back kinda closer to the passenger side than the > driver's side. Today I was outside had gotten back from driving the > bug...
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Kelley Blue Book: value of '67 bug = twice the value of '70 bug ?? by [email protected]
Supply and demand the sixties are more desirable it doesn't make any sense there's hardly any difference between a 67 and 70 I have to laugh when I see one posted for 5 grand in it needs for boards
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1972 vw autostick issues when shifting by goldie
isues with shifting - not sure what I need to do to repair - replace vacuum hose, servo unit.... help please - and where to find these parts -- posted from http://www.motorsforum.com/volkswagen/1972-vw-autostick-issues-when-shifting-77346-.htm using MotorsForum's Web, RSS and Social Media...
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1971 VW Westy for sale Florida $10K OBO by raver007
I have a 1971 White VW westy for sale in Central Florida. New Engine with 2000 miles on it. No leaks, all original interior available but not installed. Original Tent, screens Front Cot, manuals, lots of parts, New heater boxes in 2007, No leaks. Poptop in great condition, needs some work on it...
January 27th 16 09:46 PM
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1967 beetle won't start by aptpupil
this one's probably basic...got a 67 bug that won't start, doesn't try turning over at all. battery is showing 13.4 volts, lights go on, but no cranking at all. red light is on, but not the green/yellow one. i have a kill switch on this, not sure how it works, but when it's off the car will...
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Gas Tank Capacity??? by rvirgin22
On Monday, April 8, 2002 at 5:53:28 AM UTC-4, JUSTIC8757 wrote: > Hi all. Does anyone know offhand thegas tank capacity (in gallons) of > a 1974 VW Beetle??? The gauge ist kaputt, and knowing how much is in there > would be a great help. > Thanks in advance, George Sklias How about 40...
September 23rd 15 11:50 AM
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Gear Box / Transmition by Tricky
Hello all books and how-too's everywhere for stripping and building engines. Look for how-too's on gearboxes and all I get is 'dont bother, you need special tools'etc etc Is it reall a black art ? or just a case of getting the right tools ? Also (OT: now ) Auto boxes - We are all used to...
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Gas Tank Capacity??? by [email protected]
8 Nisan 2002 Pazartesi 12:54:15 UTC+3 tarihinde JUSTIC8757 yazdı: > Hi all. Does anyone know offhand thegas tank capacity (in gallons) of > a 1974 VW Beetle??? The gauge ist kaputt, and knowing how much is in there > would be a great help. > Thanks in advance, George Sklias Dear Customer, We...
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Kadron h40/44 eis accelerator check ball by Larry Q
Hi all , I'm trying to rebuild a set of solex kadron h40/44 eis carbs. I was getting no gas when i moved the linkage or accelarator diafame. I pulled the nut that shold have held the check ball for accelerator circuit .I used a 4 mm long screw and stop came out. inside there was no ball but it did...
May 14th 15 11:18 PM
by Larry Q Go to last post
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VW powered generator by [email protected]
I wonder how that would work out ? Would it be able to run continously for days or possible weeks at a time ? After this latest ice storm I've decided I need some kind of generator that can power the entire farm for extend periods. We were able to power the house but not the well pump, electric...
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February 28th 15 05:19 PM
by Robert Smits Go to last post
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FS : '67 only Type I Bug convertible decklid by [email protected]
Do u still have 67 vert deck lid and overiders. I have no idea how old this ad is. Give me a call. thanks Adam 5169961221
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NOS & Rare VW Parts for sale by [email protected]
On Tuesday, October 31, 2000 at 8:37:14 PM UTC, Audi TT wrote: > All parts are Genuine VW German new old stock, unless stated otherwise. > > All parts are in the UK, but most can be shipped anywhere no problem. > > NOS Beetle LH door, correct for Splits up to Oct '52 (111 831 051A) - 175 > NOS...
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NOS & Rare VW Parts for sale by [email protected]
On Wednesday, November 1, 2000 at 5:52:02 PM UTC, Andy Parrott wrote: > Thanks very much!! > > My original post didn't appear to have my correct contact details, this one > should. > > Andy Parrott > > > wrote in message .... > > In article...
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Midnight Repairs / 2014 by [email protected][_1_]
A great story as originally told by Mr. Bob Hoover He came down the back drive just before midnight on Christmas Eve. I was out in the shop, about to call it a night when I heard the unmistakable sound of a Volkswagen running on three cylinders. Bad valve. It was an early model high-roof...
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What happened to "Speedy Jim" ? by verdigo
On Tuesday, April 23, 2013 11:46:33 PM UTC-5, Jorge wrote: > We miss him. > > -- > > Karma ; what a concept! What happened to John Henry? I use to participate this group on usenet back in the late 90s. Back when we used a mail browser on Windows 95 to post. Are there any other folks still...
December 13th 14 01:40 PM
by KWW[_2_] Go to last post
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Snap-on vs Craftsman (Timing Lights) by [email protected]
On Friday, December 5, 2003 7:02:48 AM UTC-7, Karls Vladimir Pea wrote: > Hey guys (and gals), have you noticed the huge price difference beetween > Snap-on and almost every other brand of timing lights out there? Craftsmans > go for anything around 50-80 dls, and Snap-on STARTS at 200 dls. What...
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