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Here is Parts 8 on “How to Buy a Bug Reloaded.” In this part I speak about what to look out for when examining the engine, how she shifts, runs, shimmies, shakes, etc.
In this short tip I explain how to fix vapor lock coming from your fuel pump.
This is a short tip on installing pop-out window seals into your vintage VW Beetle Frame.
In this short tip I show you how to repair your smoothie rim clips to hold your Hub Caps on.
Here are Parts 5-7 on “How to Buy a Bug Reloaded.” In these parts I speak about what to look out for when examining the interior, wires, major body work, doors, title/registration, and buying intentions.
I took it upon myself to redo an old series I did a few years ago on “How to Buy a BuG, and What to look out for.”
I have a new video out this week on Engine Detail. We are in the middle of doing a motor so I thought I would show you how I go about cleaning my motors up. I give you different ways (depending on budget) on how to go about making your motor look SHNAZY on whatever budget.
I have Many Many “How to Tips” on my YouTube Channel that you can view here —-> Classic VW Bugs YouTube Channel This is a new relaunch of this site, from time to time I will have the tips listed here when I have a free moment. For now you can head over to my […]
My good friend Vince Vespe told me about a product a while back called “WENOL.”
Short read on how to buy a BuG on the internet Sight Unseen…