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DSCF7736 DSCF7735 DSCF7734 DSCF7733 DSCF7739 DSCF7738We are slowly getting the Ghia disassembled. Today we pulled the engine and broke down the bumpers. The bumpers will be getting modified next week, then sent out for new chrome. Next step on the Ghia is to pull all the wiring and gas tank. We hope to get a jump on that tomorrow. We are updating the harness in this car to allow for a few extra circuits to make it more user friendly. This means we will also update the engine with an alternator for a little more electrical power. We are looking forward to this project. The VW Karmann Ghia is definitely a car you don’t see very often

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Posted on May 12, 2015, in High Performance Finishes and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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