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Veronika's VSR Spa Treatment



Veronika has been getting a lot of love at the VSR Spa. Photos courtesy of Chris Langsten.


Photo work list:
Modified Wiper Motor Cover.
New Side Hood Seals.

Top Perimeter Snap Strips restored and installed.

All trunk Panels recovered in Elephant Skin.

New Chrome Dash Trims installed. Now those are a big WOW factor!


The To Do List is getting shorter!

Hoping restored seats return from the upholstery shop the week after next.



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Polished Snap Trim.JPG

Trunk Boards 01.JPG

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Chrome Dash TrimsJPG.JPG

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Looking good! You’re always on top of those little details and they make such a big difference. Thanks for the updates.

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Andrew, where did you find the new chrome dash pieces for Veronika?  I have a '67 1600 that I could use a couple new pieces.  Also, did you make the elephant skin trunk panels or recover the existing panels? They look great, I need to recover my old original since the thin grey vinyl is cracked and stained.  Also, looking for the small concave backed roundel for the rear panel that are '67 only if you have an extra kicking around in the garage.....


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Under dash chrome is still available through either BMW or Walloth-Nesch. Vintage Sports & Restoration recovered the original trunk boards. I made new side boards from the originals used as patterns.

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