Welcome to the April 2013 issue of VolksWorld Magazine.
On sale date: 15th February 2013.
Check out what’s in this issue below…
Easy as A-B-C – Manx Beach Buggy
Of all the VW projects to embark on, a Beach Buggy would appear to be the most straightforward, right?
The Master’s Hand – 1956 VW Beetle
With quality and detailing jumping off the pages, does Paul Smoot’s 1956 Oval really need a long-winded introduction?
No limits or boundaries – 1963 VW Beetle
You’ll never reach the highest echelons of anything in life unless you set out to excel from the start. Wayne McCarthy’s 1963 Beetle project is a case in point.
Busman’s holiday – 1963 Split Screen Camper
The name Alan H Schofield is synonymous with Type 2 restoration parts and panels. This is the story of Alan’s latest restoration.
Show thing Boss – VW Beetle hot rod
Look up the name Lonnie Gilbertson and you’ll find he’s a dyed-in-the-wool hot rodder with a collection of trophies to rival anyone. Here’s what happened when he turned his attention to a Volkswagen.
Built at home – 1975 Beetle
After three years of headaches and heartaches, Chris Genge has revived a monster
Show report – Mooneyes Show
We head off to the land of the rising sun to visit the monster that is the annual Mooneyes Hot Rod and and Custom show
Show report – Eirespares
We visit the Eirespares air-cooled VW gathering in Tipperary, Ireland and find a great selection of VWs with a heavy bias towards Beetles.
News and Products
Staff projects – Cathal keeps the noise down by getting his ’65 Beetle clad with sound proofing.
How to – Basic lubrication to stop squeaks, stiffness and seizures
Classic VWs with Peter Noad and Bob Shaill
Bus Scene – Rikki James’ diary of a Bus owner
Pye Eyed – Mike Pye asks whether it’s time to get your hands dirty.