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Old August 3rd, 2012, 10:07 AM   #26
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Damn, Ms. Carlene;
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Old August 3rd, 2012, 10:09 AM   #27
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speedster. The guy i bought the econoline from had it.
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Old August 3rd, 2012, 10:14 AM   #28
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Different car, same idea:












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Old August 3rd, 2012, 10:18 AM   #29
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I hate it when it does that...so, Damn, Ms. Carlene, using your obvious artistic talents, why don't you whip up a nice series of illustrations to go with your instructions and offer, ahem, The VolksRodder's Simplified Guide to Building and Assembling The Typical V8 Powered Bug (bonus striping guide included!). This would be accomplished in your "Spare Time." If you'd like I'd be glad to contribute to the sequel, The VolksRodder's Simplified Guide to Building and Assembling The Typical V8 Powered Single Cab (Ford V8 Version).
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http://www.kineticautomotive.com/pro-street-chassis.php
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I'am a member there and I have ask for info on the bug and as a week now I still have got no answer

The board is dead, you will have to phone him.
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I hate it when it does that...so, Damn, Ms. Carlene, using your obvious artistic talents, why don't you whip up a nice series of illustrations to go with your instructions and offer, ahem, The VolksRodder's Simplified Guide to Building and Assembling The Typical V8 Powered Bug (bonus striping guide included!). This would be accomplished in your "Spare Time." If you'd like I'd be glad to contribute to the sequel, The VolksRodder's Simplified Guide to Building and Assembling The Typical V8 Powered Single Cab (Ford V8 Version).
Come pick these veggies, shell and pack them away to free up my time and I'll see what my simplified mind can do~
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I love this place!
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Bob Eyler built my chassis before he sold his business to Kinetic
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