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Time to continue working on the Bug
My Bug has been sitting sadly staring at me every time I go in the garage, and I think it is time to give it attention again.  I tried picking up from where I left off on the forum, but I cannot seem to find my old account, so starting a new one.  This is a picture of the last time I truly drove her:


I have worked on her maybe three times after this picture was taken.  Hopefully more progress pictures to come  :wink:

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Re: Time to continue working on the Bug
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is this the one that got banged up in the front end not too long after the beach cruise a couple of years ago?  Glad to hear you're getting back to work on it!   :cheers2:
1971 Super Beetle

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Re: Time to continue working on the Bug
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no, thanneys bug does not have the mushed noes. it is how it has been
current cars: 2005 Jetta GLI 1.8t 6-spd stage 2, 1976 Jeep CJ-5

Past cars: 1993 SLC corrado, 1969 std beetle, 1965 beetle, 1984 jetta GLI