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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Stefan T, Oct 21, 2009.

  1. Stefan T
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    Yes it's a single serpentine belt running everything
     
  2. oldman2
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    Stefan, thanks for the update....Jim
     
  3. Stefan T
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    Thanks for the coments

    I have some more paint work dome on the blown flathead

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    Time for for painting out doors

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    After painting in Volvo Sarfan pearl

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    Her have i taken the masking away.

    We have bought a new tool to our little work shop

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    I new AC/DC tig
    My sisters son Andreas is trying it on a stainless pipe.

    /Stefan
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2014
  4. speed v8
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    love the flattie. awesome.
     
  5. Stefan T
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    Thanks for the coment

    I have assemble little more parts on the flathead to my shoebox

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    The 3-71 blower is on the flathead

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    And i have put on the multirib belt to the motor
    The belt is to a Ford Mondeo
    I were on Biltema and messure the belts to i found one that was enough long to my aplication.

    /Stefan
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2014
  6. oldman2
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    Looks absolutely super, nice job...Jim
     
  7. Some Punk
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    This thing is BAD DUDE! Amazing work!
     
  8. Finnrodder
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    Looks good,Stefan!
     
  9. thebugbox
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    Isn't the contact area of the drivers side water pump a bit too little?
     
  10. Stefan T
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    Yes it's little but it is the strech side i belve that should work
    If it don't do it ther's a posibyty to mount a wheel more and a longer belt

    /Stefan
     
  11. KustomKarlsson
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    Thanx for the guided tour in your shop yesterday !! The engine are looking awesome ! One thing is fore sure,you will need a BIG hole in your hood......;)
     
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  13. Stefan T
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    Thanks for your visit
    And it not allways it stand a chopped shoebox on our jard

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    /Stefan
     
  14. oldman2
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    Nice looking ride....Jim
     
  15. KustomKarlsson
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    Any progress on that body yet ? Or i'll have to do another visit ?
     
  16. KustomKarlsson
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    "Badboy" in da middle !
     
  17. Model A Mark
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    updates stefan ?
     
  18. msalamanca
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    Why havent I seen this thread before? Super sweet man.
     
  19. Mnhotrodbuilder
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    Nice work! I really like the flathead and your home made tools. Do you have any more pics and info of that blower intake manifold? I may have missed it earlier since I jumped around abit.
     
  20. theman440
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    Dude made his own steering wheel, mufflers, wind-wing frames, steering column, intake, roof ETC...simply amazing! what's next? Subscribed.
     
  21. Stefan T
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    Not on the shoebox but shall take care of little later then the oval is not all over the space in the garage my sister son have working hard on it so it will hopefully come togther soon

    and my burned vw have taken some time too

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    Last edited: Sep 8, 2012
  22. Stefan T
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    Her's some pics

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    Thanks for liking my thread

    /Stefan
     
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  23. oldman2
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    Stefan, that fire was bad, hope everyone is OK, and is the VW repairable...Jim
     
  24. Finnrodder
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    Sorry about the VW,too bad that kind of setbacks will slow your progress.
     
  25. Buddy Palumbo
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    Stefan - WTF happend with that VW :eek: ?!?! I know , obviously it caught fire , but what's the story & what was the cause ?? What a damn shame !
     
  26. Sorry about the vw, i have a soft spot for them.Engine fire it looks like. I had a few bugs and there wiring is less than desirable. Would that be about right?
    By the way, your talent is second to none, Great job.
     
  27. Stefan T
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    There was a carburator burn in it and don't develop so werry well

    But the car is restorble but need a lot of new parts

    we hav blasted the body and i have fix most of the big parts that are missing to it

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    /Stefan
     
  28. oldman2
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    Stefan, as usual you have things under control and on the way to a complete turnaround, nice job so far....Jim
     
  29. daddio211
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    I'm confused... was that a Type III Notchback turned Roadster? Pretty flippin' cool!

    Sent from my DROID device using the TJJ mobile app
     
  30. johnod
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    Was wondering that myself?
     

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