On sale date: Friday 20th December 2013.
Beat the January blues with the February issue of VolksWorld. This month contains a bit of everything, from a masterclass in Bus slamming in the form of the cover star to a totally stock restored Karmann Ghia to die for. More? How about a Subaru engined 1303 or a technical piece on keeping your Beetle warm this winter? Sorted.
Second coming – 1963 Beetle
First modified in the mid-’80s, this car has come a long way since then
God bless the freaks – 1971 Westfalia Bay Window
When someone proclaims to run a ‘one-stop drop shop’, and drives one of the lowest, patina’d Early Bays on the scene, we need to know more.
The long and short of it – Two Manx Buggies
Whether you’re a traditionalist or a modernist, the Meyers Manx offer something for everyone.
VW Evo – 1973 1303 Cabriolet Beetle
With its classic looks and supercar performance, this unassuming 1303 Cabriolet could just be the perfect all-round Volkswagen. Well, sort of Volkswagen.
A highlight among Lowlights – 1958 Lowlight Karmann Ghia
Volkswagen never built a right-hand drive 1958 Karmann Ghia convertible, so Barry and Jackie Sidwell decided to make their own.
Built at home – 1967 Cal Look Beetle
When their world was turned upside down, Adrian and Clare Le Moigne bought a project to help take their minds away from it.
Show report – VW Action
The UK’s longest running VW show keeps on rolling…
A selection of Q&A, technical articles, how to and project updates.
How it works – The multimeter
With the wiring in your VW the best part of half a century old, a multimeter could be the most useful tool in your garage.
Project cars – 1965 Beetle
Cathal comes good on a promise and makes an old lady very happy.
Living with: a 1968 Beetle
Going against all of our advice. Tony starts unbolting exterior panels.
How to: Keep warm this winter – Beetle heater check
Fed up with freezing nether regions and ice on your fingertips? Read on to find out how to cure those VW winter blues.
VW icons – Ben Pon
The Dutchman who pioneered Beetle exports, and accidentally invented the Type 2 along the way.
- Events and clubs
- Readers’ Rides
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