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scotty b
post Jun 19 2012, 06:18 AM
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In the beginning there was......


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post Jun 19 2012, 06:22 AM
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post Jun 19 2012, 06:31 AM
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Uh oh that's not gold (IMG:style_emoticons/default/unsure.gif) Looks like the rear has been clipped


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post Jun 19 2012, 06:35 AM
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(IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif) The Ziebart boys got a little carried away. but a couple of engine degreaser baths and a towel took care of that mess


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post Jun 19 2012, 06:42 AM
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(IMG:style_emoticons/default/smilie_pokal.gif) Looking forward to watching this one. Question: what's the plumbing behind the front bumper for?
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post Jun 19 2012, 06:46 AM
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I think that's his oil cooler...
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post Jun 19 2012, 06:51 AM
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I am so excited to see this thread as my car starts to come apart. Thank you Scott for posting this I hope everyone enjoys the progression of this build.

I will be interested to see what Scott finds re the rear end. I had no indications of the car having serious accident damage. The engine compartment is still the original color and areas of the trunk were still the original color too. Well, we shall see. Regardless, if it was not done right, it will be now.

MGD that is the oil cooler system; it runs up the passenger side long and across the front bumper area and returns to the engine. No actual cooler, it just cools the oil via the copper pipe and the trip to the front and back. Apparently it was effective as the previous owner said the car never ran hot.

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post Jun 19 2012, 07:05 AM
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Very interesting and rewarding car project. I have seen that type of oil cooler before but with the thermo/bypass valve installed. I am putting a modified version in my clone Sixer. apparently they do work so we shall see.
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post Jun 19 2012, 07:17 AM
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Does anyone know what this is ? It is on the drivers side and uses factory looking dome head screws. I also forgot about the speaker mod pics (IMG:style_emoticons/default/barf.gif)


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Did the seat belt tongue sit in that? Shot in the dark here.....
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The piece on the inner long is a seatbelt holder. I may be wrong but there should be one on both sides. Or was that only with adjustable seats?

My 72 4 had it on both sides
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QUOTE(MDG @ Jun 19 2012, 04:42 AM) *

(IMG:style_emoticons/default/smilie_pokal.gif) Looking forward to watching this one. Question: what's the plumbing behind the front bumper for?



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QUOTE(cwpeden @ Jun 19 2012, 05:26 AM) *

The piece on the inner long is a seatbelt holder. I may be wrong but there should be one on both sides. Or was that only with adjustable seats?

My 72 4 had it on both sides


Ah makes sense. This car only had the one in it. Was this a six only feature or did the early 4's have it as well ?
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I think they were only on the drivers' side....and indeed are for the belt. Mine had neither side, have been trying to sort that out. Are there any holes for the screws in the sheetmetal, or does it just attach to the carpet?

Looking forward to watching this....wish I"d taken a series of pics, not just for thread value, but so I could figure out how to reassemble years later (IMG:style_emoticons/default/sad.gif)

Please keep us posted
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QUOTE(scotty b @ Jun 19 2012, 06:28 AM) *

QUOTE(cwpeden @ Jun 19 2012, 05:26 AM) *

The piece on the inner long is a seatbelt holder. I may be wrong but there should be one on both sides. Or was that only with adjustable seats?

My 72 4 had it on both sides


Ah makes sense. This car only had the one in it. Was this a six only feature or did the early 4's have it as well ?



There was debate on this a couple years back and my 72 4 cylinder car had both sides.
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QUOTE(cwpeden @ Jun 19 2012, 09:36 AM) *

QUOTE(scotty b @ Jun 19 2012, 06:28 AM) *

QUOTE(cwpeden @ Jun 19 2012, 05:26 AM) *

The piece on the inner long is a seatbelt holder. I may be wrong but there should be one on both sides. Or was that only with adjustable seats?

My 72 4 had it on both sides


Ah makes sense. This car only had the one in it. Was this a six only feature or did the early 4's have it as well ?



There was debate on this a couple years back and my 72 4 cylinder car had both sides.


I have a 1.7 manufactured August 1970 - it had the holder on the driver's side. Probably had one on the other side before the rust set in.
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QUOTE(Cairo94507 @ Jun 19 2012, 05:25 AM) *

Did the seat belt tongue sit in that? Shot in the dark here.....


Yes. Only on the driver side with the moveable seat. My /6, #0137 did not come with it, but my #0876 did. There has been some discussion as to whether it was factory (Karmann installed) or after market. IMOH, it was factory as I have seen them on '71's also. They could be on both sides of a '72 prior to the retractable belts, but I have not a '72 up close. Many get broken or lost, so consider yours a unique part.
They were screwed into the metal and the two that I have (one was a '71 /4) were in identical locations.
Good pictures. I'll be watching.
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QUOTE(scotty b @ Jun 19 2012, 09:27 AM) *

QUOTE(MDG @ Jun 19 2012, 04:42 AM) *

(IMG:style_emoticons/default/smilie_pokal.gif) Looking forward to watching this one. Question: what's the plumbing behind the front bumper for?



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So originally an Arkansas car?
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post Jun 19 2012, 07:54 AM
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Do a search for that seat belt holder, I remember reading about it before. I too have a real 6 and need to know. Al
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I have found these seat belt holsters on the drivers side (only) on 1970-71 fours and sixes. the non-retractable seat belt years on the adjustable seat side of the car.
I have never parted out a 1972 so I cannot say for sure.
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