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Let's face the fact that these cars were never very safe to begin with. Removing the upper head rest gave the car more styling.I tried to resemble the 67 bug. I was not going to fix the bug without installing a rag top. the $ 650.00 was well spent. when you drive these old cars you take a chance. if Safety is your number one concern, stick to the new cars.
I very much enjoy seeing the restoration of these cars I own one and it helps me to learn more how to make mine better. THANK YOU! 🙃
and if you don't want rust stick to old cars
my favorite part is how you didn't milk this project with 30 episodes over the course of 2 years. This was very satisfying to watch.
Keep in mind, the Bug Restoration was made during a time when I was working a part-time job and still living with my parents. Now that I work full-time and moved out of my parents home, it's a lot more difficult to get things ready. That's just life.
It's done now
You've done a beautiful job on this. I restored (over many years) a 1937 Dodge and I know how much time, energy, and money it takes. My hat goes off to you on a job well done........piece by piece!
great video. But please lose the annoying background music. distracting. would rather you explained as you went . without the music. cheers.
Picking up my 68 bug in two days. This has inspired me soooo much. Thanks for an awesome video!
you do very well i love this vw car this be majic care whit youre restoration ...well down ...million like
One of the most enjoyable rebuild shows I've ever seen. Lot's of fun. Not stress from a deadline or artificial competition. Just a guy, his car and a vision. Thanks for posting!
i don't think she should get to drive it as she had no faith in the bug..
...а я не знал,что БИТЛ 2х цилиндровый,не машина а игрушка,жаль что сейчас таких не выпускают!!!
Ed thanks so much for your efforts. It brings back so many memories for the 70s. Aloha and mahalo nui loa,KonaboyzHonolulu, Hawaii