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I decided to clean the engine up real good and get it painted so it would look nice when we got it put in the beetle


Our 350 chevy V8 Powered 1969 VW Beetle Hot Rod Project Sitting in my driveway

Here is the engine after I did a lot of cleaning


Our 350 chevy V8 Powered 1969 VW Beetle Hot Rod Project sitting in my driveway


Our 350 chevy V8 Powered 1969 VW Beetle Hot Rod Project sitting in my driveway

Here I have the engine painted and I pulled off the intake and valve covers to put the new ones on. It looked very clean, but it should with only 5000 miles on it. I found an edelbrock performer intake for $25 so I decided to throw that on it.


edelbrock performer intake chevy 350 in vw beetle

Here I got the new intake painted and put on and I got my new valve covers sitting on there to see how it looked


Our 350 chevy V8 Powered 1969 VW Beetle Hot Rod Project sitting in my driveway

Here I got the dist. put back in, the valve covers bolted down, harmonic balancer and crank pulley put back on.


Our 350 chevy V8 Powered 1969 VW Beetle Hot Rod Project sitting in my driveway

I also got a new cap, rotor, coil, plug wires, new water pump, etc that I didn't have on yet.


Our 350 chevy V8 Powered 1969 VW Beetle Hot Rod Project sitting in my driveway


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