[T3] Weight of a fasty body

Dee Suiter drumchickone at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 18 13:09:54 PDT 2020

Hey Max,
When time came to move my Notch after sandblasting, I had four people including myself for even weight distribution. 

It was just the body...no pan, fenders, etc. and it worked out fine. 

Good luck,
Dee aka Notchchyck63 

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> On Aug 18, 2020, at 10:01 AM, Jim Adney <jadney at vwtype3.org> wrote:
>> On 18 Aug 2020 at 8:53, Max Welton wrote:
>> It's just the sand-blasted body. No pan, no glass, no fenders or doors. In
>> fact a lot of the structure under the rear window (package tray, engine
>> deck) has been removed. At some point in it's life the rear window was
>> leaking. :-(
>> https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipMqehCbrfMhswC4vM-qF0Aexqemd_H6oRe3-V14HGDGYllwWwUmrHwgpzrYM9zeDA/photo/AF1QipPMhTHn46Pcs7cGiWzBHPla8eWE6l91rXkTdJQ5?key=WDFOUUl4Wk5ySnlQa002N0hKcTRsaFlpcmdUZk13
> Okay, pretty stripped, but still heavier than you might expect. 4 strong people 
> might be able to carry it a short distance. Being able to stand inside the 
> cabin and trunk can be helpful.
> As for the source of the water that rusted out the cargo floor, also look 
> carefully at the rear inner fender wells. That's another common water entry 
> area.
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