From time to time we will offer some of our restoration tips for your VW. We will show you ways to put your classic back together with home tools to save on time and money.
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We are heading into summer, and like clock work I will get hammered with emails with people telling me that their beetle starts right up and runs great from the “get go,” but after about 15-30min of driving, the VW loses power and is then tough to restart.
In this short video I show you how to mount your fenders and new German Fender Beads.
This short video shows you how to and why to blast your vintage VW down to bare metal before painting!
This video shows how to remove your old clutch cable and pedal cluster and replacing it with a new one.
This is a quick little video by Rick Higgins from www.BugMeVideo.com on how to fix your ebrake if the handle comes loose.
Many people want to use and or restore their original door handles for their beetle. This will show you some tips on how to do that.
In this short video I show you how to fix the old broken fuel pump base stand caught in your engine block on your Vintage VW
To many this seems like a tough job to do. But I made this video for the guy who is in his garage, on the floor, looking to get a little dirty and have the job done within an hour or so.
This is a short video on how to remove your engine from your classic VW beetle bug.
In this short video I show you how to clean up and partially restore your Vintage VW Carburetor. Chris Vallone