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In this short video I show you how to clear out your heater tubes to allow your new heater cables to be inserted without getting blocked for your classic VW beetle bug.
In this short video I show a fresh start to an engine that we just rebuilt that is part of our build a bug projects.
In this short Video I show how to time your old school VW engine with a small test tight.
In this short video I show where and why you should and should not undercoat your bug.
In this short video I show how to spot poor or cheap paint jobs from ads online.
In this short video series I discuss what type of interior kits are out there on the market for you to purchase for your bug. Part 1 Part 2
This is a four part series on How to Gut and strip your bug to a bear shell, get it ready for the body shop. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4
In this short tip I show you how to start your Classic VW Beetle Bug Engine on the table, floor or stand. Here is what happens when a motor is just rebuilt and you start it for the very 1st time. Sometimes it is not so pretty.
In this short video I show you how to hook up your bug to get nice heat into the car.
This is just a short tip from my Ragtop headliner DVD where I show you how to apply the headliner to your back window of your bug.