1972 Karman ghia baja, Chrome molly tube chssis, subaru multiport 150hp 2.2l engine, stage III kenedy engineering racing clutch, bus tranny, extended tube trailing arms, extended front beam (adjustable), 10 inches travel rear, 12-14 inches front, fiberglass front hood (very light car, about 2000lbs, Douglas 2 piece racing rims, 914 porsche disk brakes rear, drums front, beard racing seats, autopower 5 point racing harness cam lock type, and the list goes on and on
ELNINO Walk Around
Our Toy Closeup 2332cc type3 block vz40 cam o44 mag heads ss values stock
flywheel balanced zenith carb oo9 igniter ss trimill 6rib auto stick
starter st trailing arms boxed .29 swayaway thing stub axela type 3 drums
wright rack 6in wider h beam twisted 2.5 raised king pin on a 70 bug pan
head cables and stosc shifter old school baja had the best in it`s day
still a lot of fun.
1971 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Engine Start
First time starting up the 2333 cc engine (91x84mm) that I installed in my
wife's freshly restored 1971 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia convertible. Yes, I
know my coil is installed upside-down. The after-market wire harness was
installed with too little slack to reach a downward-pointing coil. This is
Karmann-Ghia anniversary 50 years 1955-2005
On the 14th of July 1955 the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia was presented to the
public. Members of the media and business were invited to the Kasino in
Georgsmarienhütte, which is close to the Karmann factory in Osnabrück.
50 years on, Karmann Ghia friends around the world are invited to take part
in these jubilee celebrations at the historical location, invited by the
big Karmann Ghia clubs of Germany with the support of numerous sponsors and
helpers. Georgsmarienhütte is situated a few kilometres south of
Osnabrück in northern Germany.
This is a short private movie of me as participant - it is not the official
video off the anniversary.
Bench test and 1st road test of an Electric Karmann Ghia using off the
shelf industrial equipment.
Specifically, an ABB variable frequency drive (VFD) and a permanent magnet
Yes, we have the doors, and we have a little more work to do...