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posted on May 10th, 2016 at 01:47 PM
New 69' Fastback Project with fire damage.


Been hunting for an early fasty secretly for years now until I kept spotting one turn up next door did it occur to me that I wanted one more than I thought and sooner! Turns out the neighbours friends had one, so it would randomly show up. I would hear it start up, run outside everytime and watch it drive off ha. Loved it.

So I began to hunt, I say hunt because there really isn't any early ones for sale. One or two on gumtree and other classifieds but they are chasing crazy money that I just could not justify. I started posting WTB listings in all the facebook groups and a few guys messaged me saying they would part with thiers. Again chasing too much coin for me.

One guy who works at a Perfomance VW place here in Melbourne said he had one here for a while that he was selling on behalf of a customer of his.
A fuel line had split and caused a fire in the engine. I looked at the photos and initially thought it was too much work. A couple of weeks went by, and I found myself going back to those photos and looking at them over and over. Every day. So I went out and took a look at it. Turns out it wasn't as bad as it looked.

It had the obvious fire damage to the engine and the rear panels but other than that she was all there. Very straight, minimal rust and a pretty cool rig.
Interior was all there, looks like it had been redone, red carpets / seats the lot. Will come up mint with a clean and some TLC.
Body has all been done too and resprayed at some stage. Again came up semi decent with a quick clean.

Anyway, I had it towed home to ours yesterday in the rain. And began cleaning it and dismantling the engine.

Plans will be to get it running, fix what needs to be fixed for a rwc. Then lower it on original wheels and have it as a fun weekend car on a nice sunny day. The ragtop is also super rad!

Couldn't be happier.

Here are some quick photos from yesterday. Enjoy.

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posted on May 10th, 2016 at 05:10 PM



That clean semi-shaven look of the back of your lowered fasty is very good.
Almost seems a pity to spoil it with a number plate.
Good luck, looks like it could be very nice.
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posted on May 10th, 2016 at 06:36 PM



If you sell it to me now (uhhmmm, please? LOL!), this would then make the 4th ACVW I've rescued after fire damage! Hahahaha, I love them too!

It'll be a nice ride man, enjoy.
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posted on May 10th, 2016 at 09:49 PM



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If you sell it to me now (uhhmmm, please? LOL!), this would then make the 4th ACVW I've rescued after fire damage! Hahahaha, I love them too!

It'll be a nice ride man, enjoy.


Oh really? so you've saved 3 from fire damage?? How does it keep happening?

Cheers mate, looking forward to it. Keen to get it running first and rwc. Then will work on cosmetic things.




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posted on May 10th, 2016 at 10:15 PM



Engine out, panel off and wiring out. Time to clean up. It's really not too bad.

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posted on May 11th, 2016 at 07:01 AM



Know of another fastback that had fire damage, that black gunk is quite hard to remove so stock up on plenty of elbow grease :smirk:
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posted on May 11th, 2016 at 01:33 PM



great project.........

hope you have been printing those $50 notes coz your sure gunna need them.

keep the pics coming nice to see what everyone is doing with their type 3s
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posted on May 11th, 2016 at 07:09 PM



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great project.........

hope you have been printing those $50 notes coz your sure gunna need them.

keep the pics coming nice to see what everyone is doing with their type 3s


Cheers! Yeah I have a few more ;) Need to find an engine!




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posted on May 12th, 2016 at 09:41 PM



Quote:
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Know of another fastback that had fire damage, that black gunk is quite hard to remove so stock up on plenty of elbow grease :smirk:


Came off fine with a grinder and flappy disc ha :)




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posted on May 13th, 2016 at 12:58 PM



Time to clean this all up now, having removed all the ash underlay / carpet.

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Any tips on the best solution here? To get it ready for paint.




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posted on May 13th, 2016 at 04:40 PM



Well done Mate. Welcome to the Type 3 Club.
Will be great to see it back on the road.
Type 3's are the Ducks Nuts!
Loving that ragtop too.




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posted on May 13th, 2016 at 07:24 PM



Wire brush or strip disk on a 4" grinder......be careful not to heat the panel & warp it....keep changing areas & you should be ok



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posted on May 20th, 2016 at 06:03 PM



Small update :

This is how she was.. carby was cooked!
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Mess:
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Progress:
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Rust converted then sealed with Rust guard. Ready for dynamat now..

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posted on May 21st, 2016 at 09:32 PM



Amazing what a good clean can do!

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posted on May 21st, 2016 at 11:03 PM



Great job! What did you clean them with?
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posted on May 22nd, 2016 at 10:18 AM



hey brookefromhamilton

i see from your post on samba you were asking about dash pads
i will dig up my contact info for john in west australia after work today and post it here for you
does a great job and they look very nice
see some pics iof mine before i installed it in the type 3 section under type 3 panelvan resto

cheers peter
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posted on May 22nd, 2016 at 01:32 PM



ok here is john's contact info

John Ilett
0419907923
john@fastacraft.com

i will have to take a pic of the panelvan dash now it in
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posted on May 22nd, 2016 at 05:37 PM



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Great job! What did you clean them with?


Cheers, just some warm soapy water mixed with sard stain remover and a little bit of handy andy. + some elbow grease and a scrubbing brush.




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posted on May 22nd, 2016 at 05:38 PM



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ok here is john's contact info

John Ilett
0419907923
john@fastacraft.com

i will have to take a pic of the panelvan dash now it in


Thanks man, found his number last night after posting that comment. Flicked him a message today, he is still making them. But I will need to save up my pennies. $660




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posted on May 23rd, 2016 at 06:00 PM



i dont think you will regret it.
i had my original dash reskinned and it was sh**house.
it shrunk the dash by half an inch. i know it doesnt sound much but the gauges wouldnt fit back in.
cost me $520 which i got back luckily...
its not the exact dash for the panelvan as i didnt have blank strip in the middle of the speaker grille but it looks and fits 100 times better than the reskin.
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posted on May 28th, 2016 at 10:09 PM



Small update :

Added a 1.5mm steel firewall today, sprayed the inside of it black with sound deadening spray paint.

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Ignore Battery ( just holding it up because I didn't have an extra pair of hands to help.
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Made a thin mdf piece to go over top and then have placed insualtion / sound deadening mat on top of this. Should be quiet hopefully!
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Also tidied up the engine mounts:
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Still hunting for an engine..




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posted on May 28th, 2016 at 10:39 PM



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posted on June 3rd, 2016 at 01:55 PM



Box out, need to to cv boots, wheel bearings etc. Still can't crack that bloody axle nut, with the box in or off the car. I shall keep trying though..
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posted on June 6th, 2016 at 07:19 PM



Update:

Grabbed another 69' fasty. It was local and cheap and advertised as a running engine, just needed a battery and a key. So we hot wired it, with some time / persistence and start ya bastard we got her to fire up.
Will be pulling the engine / box out tomorrow hopefully and then putting it into the main one. The body on this second one was a bit of work.. the other fire damage one overall is in better nick.

I will take the bumpers, the popout passenger window, headlights etc off it and then try flick what's left.


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posted on June 7th, 2016 at 12:28 PM



nice score !!!!!!!!

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posted on June 13th, 2016 at 06:29 PM



Small steps but the wiring now all works after replacing the rear half that was all fire damaged.

Wiring!




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posted on July 7th, 2016 at 12:28 PM



Update:

Finally tidied up all underneath where it had burnt off and started to surface rust. Wire brushed it all and then used a rust converter / primer. Then coated it in an underpody paint, which sprayed really nicely and has a nice oem texture to it. Also sound deadened under the rear fender and removed the rust under the rear popout window. Trying to get this bloody popout window back in is a mega pain! Losing patience..

Here are some pics:
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Also grabbed a rear bumper at the swap meet which came up alright with a quick steel wool. Will shine nice with a polish.
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posted on September 17th, 2016 at 03:06 PM



Nice work mate I'm currently semi restoring a 68 fastback too. Like you just focusing on the rw and get it on the road before I start playing with it. Be good to keep in contact mate I'm down in Melbourne. Not sure how to post pics from my phone here but I'll shoot you some pics soon. Keep up the good work. Joe
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