Here is an introductory vid to my new project car. A 1964 vw bug with 84k og miles. had been stored in a barn for the last 10 years. Haven't done much to her besides a major tune up, brakes, new master cylinder and lowering the front and rear. I still need to get off my @$$ and get the drop spindles installed up front
Airkewld Ultimate 4" Narrowed Beam Air Ride Kit
Airkewld 4" Narrowed Ultimate beam with our Standard Air ride Kit. We installed the lower shock relocaters to reduce the PSI to lift the car by 35psi. The beam is 100% Made in America with brand new parts. The tie rods are 100% new, Forged drop spindles, BAD Series disc brakes with Wilwood 2 piston Calipers on 17" Billet wheels with 205-40-17's tires.
Des Käfers Interieur wird mit Teppich ausgekleidet
Käfer-Restauration - Folge 38: Die Gepäcknische wird mit einem Teppich ausgestattet. Kurz bevor wir die hintere Sitzbank einbauen, erinnern wir uns zum letzten mal an den leuchtend grünen Zustand vor Beginn der Restaurationsarbeiten.
1951 Volkswagen Deluxe Beetle Sunroof (W/ Crotch Coolers)
1951 VW Deluxe Sunroof Beetle. The car was originally a hardtop sedan, but now has a 3-fold section from a 1950 Volkswagen. The car is mostly all original paint (black) and original bumper to bumper in regards to the body and pan. Non-OG items include an updated swingaxle tranny, Aluminum Cased 2110cc Motor with 44 IDF Webers, DTM Fan Shroud and A-1 SideWinder Exhaust and the two front seats are out of an oval window beetle. The front end on the car has been narrowed 4 inches and sports disc brakes on all four corners.
1979 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible STK 116-ATL.mpg
While some cars are advertised as low miles, this pristine 1979 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible gives a whole new meaning to the phrase. You want low miles? How about only 3,772 actual miles? Yes, you read it correctly, 3,772 miles! This 2 owner convertible Beetle was sold new right here in Altanta at Jim Ellis Volkswagen in 1979. It drives as if it just came off the assembly line and with the air cooled 4cyl. Bosch L-Jetronic Fuel Injected 1.6L Dual-Port Boxer engine, it still purrs like a kitten.
1979 was the last model year for the convertible to be offered by VW and with so few miles on this classic beetle, it needs to be either in a museum or a collection somewhere. The original Silver paint still looks amazing and the black vinyl interior is still in fantastic shape and shows that it's spent its entire life kept in a garage. Sporting a manual top that boasts the original white headliner and visors, an AM/FM radio, chrome antenna and a wood shift knob, this gorgeous Beetle is looking for a new home. The car comes with complete documentation to verify the mileage as well as the original window sticker, owner's manuals, and even the original warranty card showing the name and address of the first owner. If you want one of the nicest and lowest mileage VW convertibles in the world we've got it right here! Tons of documentation on this one! Call us today!