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V6 Capri
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Re: New Members - Introduce yourself..

Post by V6 Capri » Wed Mar 18, 2020 8:49 am

Awesome project to be doing together. Good luck and keep the pictures coming!


1964 Ford Anglia 997cc
1972 Ford Capri 3L GT
1994 Escort Cosworth (replica)
1996 Escort 2L Zetec

2016 VW Touran 1.6TDi
1971 Baywindow project

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Tony Z
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Re: New Members - Introduce yourself..

Post by Tony Z » Wed Mar 18, 2020 11:41 pm

Fantastic, another father son project.
Keep them into old cars and they wont have any money for drugs ;-)

Start your own project thread and keep us updated on your progress.

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Re: New Members - Introduce yourself..

Post by wilnic » Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:53 pm

Hi Guys, I am from Annlin, PTA, new to the ACVW scene.

Bought my son last year a 1600 twin port beetle that desperately needs an engine overhaul.

I have rebuild a few engines in the past, but never an air cooled vw one. Just stripped and cleaned everything last week, so I will start soon to ask some questions. Just love forums with lost of technical info/knowhow, so i know I am at the right place.

Wilnic

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Re: New Members - Introduce yourself..

Post by 73type2 » Mon Apr 06, 2020 12:16 pm

Given your experience, a good manual like Haynes should help a lot. Otherwise, there's always YouTube, Google, etc.

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