D day

DSCF7753 DSCF7744 DSCF7754 DSCF7760 DSCF7759 DSCF7763I spent most of the day working on the Ghia. I started by removing the spaghetti system aka that big conglomerant of wires in the first two pictures. Then I removed the wiring that goes to the back of the car for the engine and battery. I had to be careful not to damage the turn signal wires or the windshield wiper system because these must be reused. Everything else will be replaced with new and updated parts. Next, the rear side glasses, chrome trim and rubber gaskets were removed. Then out with the gas tank and in all of the interior. This one is pretty well stripped down now and is ready to be blasted. We will have all the paint removed so a first class paint job can be sprayed. This car will really be awesome when we get it done.

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Posted on May 13, 2015, in High Performance Finishes, Karmann Ghia and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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