Here is my pride. I built this with a good and dear friend.
Mike Bondie of Fowlerville, Michigan.
This is the back end of my 67, notice the 66 decklid and ... Show moreapron that I left on. I bought the White Window Rubber from Wolfsburg West. The Tires are Coker Classic 2 1/4in Whitewalls.
This is the front. The "W" in the bumper was used to determine what Class I was in when I was showing it off at the Bath Car Show, in Maine.
This would be the immaculate interior I have, it took about a month by hand to make everything you see in here. The Bamboo Parcel Tray was bought at Karls Kustom in Phoenix, AZ.
This is the rear of the interior I have matching Pillows to go with the car, as well as a blanket. Not much room to sit in.
This would be my immaculate engine, I clean it everyday. I was really picky on what I wanted to do with the engine, I had the engine bore'd out, as well as a port and polish. I then had everything sandblasted. The intake Manifold I took down to a friend and he Triple Plated it with Chrome. I then painted the engine block red to match the exterior. If I had only more time I would have had all the screws and bolts chrome plated as well espicially for the carburetor, and then had the carb painted to match as well. The Sawblade Pulleys I bought at Competition Engineering as well as Karls Custom. I still have the only set in Maine, & Alaska.
The only thing that was left original was the Fuel Pump, the Block and the shell of the car.
This car was a complete nut & bolt restoration.
I originally bought this car for $25.00 it was a heap of junk. Since I owned a 73 Super at the time and had learned a great deal about Vdubz I thought I'd give it a try. After a 1yr & 3 months I finished the car with about $30,000 put into it.
This car has recieved numerous First Place Trophies in the States of Arizona, Alaska, Maine, & Florida. 3 Best of Shows, 2 Best Interior, & 2 Best Engine Awards. Show Less