|It took some time, but finally i picked up what was left of
the body from my local sandblaster guy
So now the work begin.
Remember Rust never sleeps!!!
|I guess the weight should be at the other end of the trailer, but it was only a 5 mile drive, and quite wet on the roads so i took it easy.|
|The unpacking started quickly ;-) Rain was hanging in the air.|
|This was no surprise.|
|Not this either.|
|Not even this.|
|But this i did not expect, i guess I'm an idiot. But i did not have at thought that the "parcel" shelf was this bad.|
|Well I'm going to replace both front fender wells. So this i no problem.|
|Now i understand why i couldn't get any heat at the foot area ;-)|
|Some more bit's missing.|
|After i unloaded it i had to put it on the pan, just to get some inspiration.|
|Does not look so bad but i guess 50% must be replaced at least.|
|Standard VW rust no bigwig.|
|Nice lead work straight from the CARMAN factory 1956.|
|I had cut out some "spare" parts from the 58 Sedan.|
|This is a spare hood, that i will use to fix up the original one.|
|Now i only have to find some semaphores.|
|Fifteen minutes after i arrived home it started raining, that the reason for some brown spots, and tissue hanging around.|
|More spare parts.|
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