PDWebb

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  1. Thanks for sharing these updates! Always a great feeling bringing a car back to life!
  2. How about this part also, high beam switch, part number 61311351020 for 1969 NK sedan? No luck yet on the lower panel of the steering wheel column, I've attached another picture as an example. Also starting search for the first and probably hardest part to find for my manual swap, the pedal assembly. Any help is much appreciated! Also, anyone have a direct email for Connor at Vintage Autobahn? I've attempted to use their sales email but no response yet. Patrick
  3. Thanks for the tip Ed and best of luck with the final part of your build!
  4. Hello, As I make progress on the NK, I'd like to see if anyone has a Neue Klasse parts car or parts stash. There are some odd parts I'd like to source and also everything for a manual swap. I'd like to try to find these stateside. First thing I'd like to find is the panel under the steering column, for a late NK, 1969 2000. It's number 1 in the diagram. Thanks, Patrick
  5. Great picture. I love the smile on the NKs when the bumper is off. Great to hear the car is driving. This week finished removing the sound deadening from the floor, put the seats back in and then out for a drive.
  6. Great to hear you figured out the issue. What caused the reverse to not work?
  7. Happy to share a bit more progress. Patched the rear passenger floor. Funny this is the single spot of the whole underside of the car. I believe because of a bad window seal and water channeled there. Not pretty, but not bad for hand forming. First picture shows the area after teasing out the weakened metal. Second the cuts and third the final product. Patrick
  8. Enjoy Chris, and thanks for sharing the note on the original single solex! Brian, thanks for the encouragement!
  9. This has been over the course of several weeks! Goal this year is the metal work on the NK and I discovered as I was removing the interior to tackle the one spot in the floor, the driver seat mounts were cracked. Plan was to straighten everything out, weld up the cracks, and then a reinforcement plate on each side. Not pretty, but it'll hopefully be nice and strong. First pair of pictures show the cracks after a little initial straightening. Second pair the cracks welded. Third pair the reinforcement plates welded on. Next, that spot in the floor. Patrick
  10. Keeping it and pushing forward on some of the metal work. OP, they do come up and good luck, a much enjoyed car. Patrick
  11. Happy New Year everyone! Closed out 2018 with weekend drives of the NK, a visit to the Conejo Valley cars and coffee. 2019 plans, start the metalwork on the NK! What are your NK New Year resolutions? Patrick
  12. Here is the NK at the SoCal BMW Vintage today.
  13. Took the NK to the SoCal BMW Vintage meet, always fun to see all the cars.
  14. PDWebb

    WTB NK Sedan 14x5 steel rims, set of 4

    Great seeing these come available, but no I"m not. I know others are so as soon as you post to the for sale section, I imagine they will be snatched up.
  15. Thanks rey949 for the supportive feedback, the NKs really do have a dynamic that surprised me. The auto trans has also been a pleasant surprise, much peppier than I initially anticipated.