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Old 10-03-2007, 04:30 PM   #21
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anyone else see the roll bar in that 1966 VW Beetle .

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A sad day for blue Bonnies everywhere :(
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anyone else see the roll bar in that 1966 VW Beetle .

http://pressconnects.com/apps/pbcs.d...arams=Itemnr=3

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He was a well known VW mechanic from way back. Had a lot of vintage VW'* there.
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Any idea if their just junking stuff....(VW related?) I'm always in the market for useable VW stuff!
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are they parting out the bonnie?





why the f*** were they using a torch around a gas tank
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are they parting out the bonnie?





why the f*** were they using a torch around a gas tank
Sure, want a charred unibody to do a huge 96-99 SSEi build?
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Old 10-04-2007, 01:14 AM   #27
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are they parting out the bonnie?





why the f*** were they using a torch around a gas tank
Someone didn't read the quote I posted in the thread...

The fire was started from the gas tank falling, and the hot bolt igniting it, not from using the torch. The torch was off and away from the car when the fire broke out.
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