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This is a 4 Part Series on the Famous “One Year Only” 1967 Beetle. We discuss the obvious changes, upgrades, and one year only features that make this car so special.
Just came across this video on youtube by the group “Just Kampers” on How to adjust & or change your points and condenser. This tip should be part of everyone’s tune up bag!
This is a short 2 part demo by www.Wolfsburgwest.com showing how to restore your seats for 68 and later bugs. Part 1 Part 2
In this short tip I show how to remove old VW valve guides and install new ones.
This is a short video series on Heater Channel Repair on your Vintage VW. A full extensive DVD can be gotten by the “BuG Me Video” team. Pt.1 Pt.2 Pt.3 Pt.4 Pt.5
In this Short video, I discuss how to remove old undercoating from your Vintage VW. We are in the middle of doing this procedure on a bug right now. If you are making a show car, no one likes the site of undercoating. Plus removing the old undercoating will expose rust areas you normally would […]
This is a real short video on the FIX that I found with the inside window scraper on your early bug. Be sure to follow my DOOR ASSEMBLY VIDEO to restore your whole Beetle Door Here from start to finish HERE.
This is a short tip on restoring your vintage VW Beetle Vent wing windows.
Short tip on what to do if you have to put in a new wiring harness.
In this short tip I discuss what to do when it comes time to winterize or store your bug.