sábado, 13 de octubre de 2012

Seat restoration

This is the first picture about seats restoration in some days i will upload the completr process

domingo, 7 de octubre de 2012

T2 87'

These are mine...

sábado, 22 de septiembre de 2012


This is a picture from new proyect in the garage... so we are looking for new parts to make the diference with another vw whom are rolling in the city :)

Nice day!!

lunes, 7 de mayo de 2012


Know your Oil Pump 
As our VWs get older it will eventually begin to lose oil pressure. And we may notice that our oil light comes on earlier near idle, and takes longer to go off as we accelerate.Some might think that this is the oil pump is going bad. This is rarely the case. As the engine wears, all of the oil clearances grow larger, and the oil flows through the bearings (etc.) with much less resistance, and the result is less oil pressure. Of course the ultimate or eventual solution is to rebuild the motor.
Nonetheless our engine may be running fine, and still has some life left in it. Yet some are annoyed by that flickering oil light, so they decide to go with a larger oil pump for the present. Here is where we need a little education on oil pumps. While they may look about the same, and will fit into the case, there are differences that matter.


The heater channel is the foundation of the VW Beetle body.

It runs from the front chassis support...
...to the rear chassis support.


The symptoms of a broken clutch cable are usually sudden and obvious. We push our clutch pedal to change gears, there is a popping feeling in the pedal and now we have about 5 inches of free play.

miércoles, 18 de abril de 2012


Everyone who drives an air-cooled VW should know how to change their fan belt and should carry an extra in their car along with the tools to change it. The tools simply consist of a 13/16 or 21 mm wrench or socket (same as spark plug) and a medium screwdriver.If the fan belt/generator light ever comes on stop immediately to see if the belt has broken. Without the fan the motor will overheat in seconds and can be completely ruined in no time. To replace the belt put the notch in the back of the top pulley to the right of center and use the screwdriver to hold it still while you loosen the nut.

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