Have VW Bug Will Push

Filed in Restoring The Bug by on December 6, 2013 12 Comments


“When I was a kid, I pushed my VW BUG to School.

Here are a few of the ways I put your sponsorship dollars to work restoring the June Bug.

Tools
Engine work
Brakes
Windshield wipers
New tires
Oil
Soundproofing
Taillights
Tailpipes
Tax, title, license
Towing
Cup holder

Sponsorship perks are underway. Rides will take place in the spring (no heat, yet).

The final Bug push. The donations I raise for this phase of my senior project will be geared toward giving June Bug a makeover. She will have new seats, a new dashboard, new carpeting, bodywork and a fresh paint job. Along with a sound system.

Everyone that makes a donation of $25.00 or more during the final campaign push will receive:

A large postcard print of the Bug.

A mention or ad on the side bar of my blog. (Larger donations will receive priority placement.

Sponsorships with perks are still available. A sidebar ad will be included with all sponsorships over $25.00 (earlier sponsors will be added to sidebar)

No donation is too small (including your wish for a successful project) and will be happily accepted with a big hug (virtual or in person), a small token of my appreciation and a heartfelt thank you.

Thanks for going along for the ride,

Cole 1

 

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  1. Millie says:

    Thanks for the mention Cole! The Bug pushing story is amazing. You certainly will have a walk to school story for your kids! Remember cross at the green and never in between especially when you are pushing the June Bug :-D

  2. Brad says:

    I’ve been following you Cole! Like what I see. Add me to your sidebar. I will Paypal you.
    Good Luck!

  3. Liz says:

    Now that story will be hard to beat, Cole! Nice to know there are people willing to help in a pinch. But I suspect you attract those kinds of people all the time.
    Forgive the June Bug. She probably just wanted to sleep in an it’s SO COLE in Chicago who would want to leave a toasty garage. You understand, right?
    Read over on Odd that you are sick, I hope you are feeling better real soon.

  4. Debbie says:

    Now that story tops the one my folks used to tell me, the one where they had to walk MILES in the snow and cold to school with shabby shoes, to boot! (And since both of them grew up in the South, I have to doubt the snow part!)

    Sorry you had some trouble with June-Bug, but hope you get her road-worthy again real soon. Oh, and here’s hoping you’re feeling better from your bout with the flu.
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  5. Cole says:

    Well, I doubt my dad walked 6 miles to school uphill both ways and my Mom’s parents already told me the furtherest she had to walk was through the door to the attached garage. But I suppose I’ll embellish my story to as time goes along.
    The Bug will be ready by March—She just doesn’t know it yet.
    Thanks for stopping by.

  6. Cole says:

    Lots of nice people a long the way. I’ve been lucky.
    I do understand, but the Bug has to understand that sometimes we all have to do things we don’t want too. It’s a bummer. June is a bit crabby.
    Thanks for stopping by. I have recovered and Christmas break starts tomorrow at 12n.

  7. Cole says:

    Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. I’ll keep you updated.

  8. Cole says:

    Crossing the busy streets was a bit of a challenge. We did cross with the light, tho, I wasn’t fast enough to cross in between. :-D
    Your welcome, thank you for the contribution and for stopping by and visiting.

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