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1964 Vw Bug "PrEcIoUs"

Here is an introductory vid to my new project car. A 1964 vw bug with 84k og miles. had been stored in a barn for the last 10 years. Haven't done much to her besides a major tune up, brakes, new master cylinder and lowering the front and rear. I still need to get off my @$$ and get the drop spindles installed up front


 


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