Glad to hear it Ken; drive the tires off that thing! You're also getting it right away vs having to wait for it to be built. If you can't find an aircooled shop still in operation get in touch with the local VW clubs- someone will know who to take it to. Enjoy- spring is here! Al
PS- Have your salesman double check with Vintage as to engine size- I looked at the pics on the Pfaff site and really don't think what's in the car is 2650 cc's. What's pictured looks like a type 1 (Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Thing) engine and although that big is technically possible, I know a little about what Vintage builds and I can't see them putting such an expensive engine in a car specced for resale.
PS- I'm guessing it's an 1835 or 1915
You are correct, it was misleading on the Pfaff website, purchase agreement shows a 2332 cc engine with 145 hp.