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Re: [T3] New Fastback photos


Now that our cars are getting this old though... the original primers are
failing.  GOing down to metal was probably a good idea, especially if it was
a car that saw alot of sun.

Keith


> Thanks.  In hindsight, I'm kind of disappointed I had the car media
> blasted.  I think what little body work could have been done without
> going down to bare metal.  I think the problem ended up being no one
> would believe the car was really this solid.  I had more than one body
> shop turn the car down because they assumed it was rotted out underneath.
>
> Jim
> '68 Fastback
>
> Keith Park wrote:
>
> >Boy... this one is in Nice shape!
> >
> >Keith
> >
> >Keith Park
> >
> >Top Notch Restorations
> >topnotch@nycap.rr.com
> >71 Squareback
> >65 Notchback
> >65 Squareback
> >87 Golf
> >88 Rx7 10th Anniversary
> >
> >----- Original Message ----- 
> >From: "Mysterious J" <mysteriousj@snet.net>
> >To: <type3@vwtype3.org>
> >Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 10:05 AM
> >Subject: [T3] New Fastback photos
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >>I posted some new pics of the Fastback and some of the goodies I have
> >>for it on The Samba:
> >>
> >>http://thesamba.com/vw/forum/album_search.php?search_author=jim+altemus
> >>
> >>Because of all the snow and cold temps here in New England, apart from
> >>doing a parts inventory and snapping some pictures, I haven't been able
> >>to do much of anything since we got the car back early last month.
> >>Spring (and some insulation for the garage) can't get here soon enough.
> >>
> >>Jim
> >>'68 Fastback
> >>
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