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Bruce Parker
Custom Taillights A lot of smoothing has gone into it at this point. As spotty as it is, it is practically ready for the full primer job. We will be using a PPG Omni Basecoat/Clearcoat paint on it. The only glass we had was the rear hatchback and the 2 sunroof windows, no windshield and no side windows. We have since made those out of Lucite-Tuff material. The rack it is sitting on has been a real help, it was built by my brother. We can roll the car in and out of the garage and maneuver it easily.
Also, i have installed a set of ZR-1 Corvette tail lights on mine and done away with the "school bus" tail lights. the switch wasn't too bad and looks great. "
Engine This is a shot of the Engine they built for the car. It is a 73 model 1600 with a 1641 kit in it. they had it balanced, installed aluminum pushrods, a set of CB Performance 044 heads, a Bosch Blue coil, a 009 dist, a Compufire ignition, and a 2bbl Weber carb. plus a few pretty things. It is painted Detroit Diesel green. It was their first experience with building a VW engine (but Bruce built many V-8's) and they built it from a bare block.
Engine Mounted
Painted Here the car has been painted.
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