Buggin II

DSCF8438DSCF8452DSCF8439 DSCF8453DSCF8444 DSCF8437   DSCF8441  DSCF8448 DSCF8450 Today was busy day on the bug. Chris broke out the air hammer first thing this morning and started cutting out the old floor pans on the ’67 Bug. Once they were removed, the area where the new ones will be installed was prepped by grinding the surface smooth. After that, holes were punched into the pans for welding, Chris checked for fitment then welded them in. While he was doing that, I was cutting out the old rusty metal on the bottom of the heater channel and prepping the new pieces to go in. We did get all these projects completed today, the right side will not be quite as bad, so it should be able to get that done tomorrow. If that happens, then the body will go back on the pan next week so we can start the painting process.

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Posted on October 1, 2015, in 1967 Beetle, bug, High Performance Finishes and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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