you're looking for Air-Cooled Volkswagens
then you've come to the right place. We connect
the Air-Cooled Volkswagen community with Forums,
Feature VWs, VW Galleries, VolksWoman and
Air-Cooled VW Links from around the globe.
to view Air-Cooled VW Links from A-Z >>
is a sweet little 1500cc Standard Beetle with
a lot of style! Proud owner Christopher writes,
is my 1970 1500 Beetle. I use it as a daily driver
and it has been absolutely faultless. I had always
wanted a Beetle since I was young. My dad had
three of them and my uncle had one Beetle and
currently has a Bay Window Camper. I picked this
up as my very first car and I have been loving
air-cooled life ever since! Great fun to drive,
it turns heads and never fails me! Adjustable
front beam and lowering shocks all around with
some Sprint Star wheels! I've added a few little
accessories here and there like a roof rack and
bamboo shelf under dash. "
Click to read - Beetle with Zoom! >>
JBugs is back with a brand new project. In these
next set of videos they will be focusing on
the front end of a 1963 Resto Custom VW Beetle.
Follow along with VW restoration expert Dan
as he walks you through how to remove the front
link pin beam. "This is the first step
to lowering, narrowing and adding more stopping
power to your Beetles front end." Click
to watch - 1963 Resto Custom Beetle Restoration
"There are three men in my life: my husband,
Rob, my first born, Vernon (my '59 single cab),
and then there is Bogart, the baby of the family.
Bogie is my 1969 VW Bug. Rob knows I love him.
Bogart knows I depend on him. Vernon just knows
that he is about as close to human as one can
get and still be a Volkswagen. After beginning
his restoration, he is almost completed. I took
one of the last big steps left and had him upholstered
in last October. Yes, he is now stitched. He wasn't
really that bad in there, not really. He still
had the old brown vinyl seats. He still sported
the mahogany door panels and kick panels my dad
had installed almost 20 years before. The original
door handles, steering wheel, gearshift and knob,
and interior light were still in place. Not bad
when you consider what Vern had been through on
the OUTSIDE." Click
to read - A Stitch in time saves a '59 >>
are looking for air-cooled VWs to be
featured in 2018. Winter is still here
so that gives you lots of time to have
your air-cooled VW featured
right here! So take some great pictures
and get started writing the story of
your VW today!
a picture and a few words about your
VW and let us know that you'd like to
have it featured. All we need is a few
great pictures and the story of your
VW and we'll post it in our world famous
section. Only twelve features per year
are accepted, so hurry!
this site depends on YOU and other VW
enthusiasts to make it work.
to have your VW featured >>
Your VDub doesn't have to be a show
car or in mint condition to get in.
We love all VW's, and being an air-cooled
VDub is the only qualification! Unlike
most air-cooled publications and other
sites, daily drivers and projects are
always welcome. No air-cooled has ever
been turned down!
- we want
are just the place to learn more about
your air-cooled Volkswagen. Share information,
ask or answer a question 24-7-365!
Meet some of the over 250 members from
around the globe or upload a picture
of your ride for everyone to see.
a section for every type of VW, forums
to buy or sell anything air-cooled,
Event forums and more! Register today
and get in on the action. Click
to visit the VW Forums >>
Inspired Cartoons &
worse than rain clouds
after you've just
hand washed and waxed
your Volkswagen? How
about a flock of Canada
Geese? There's over
FORTY more of these
VW Inspired Cartoons
and art at AllAirCooled
in the Dubtoons section
of the site. Images
by Dan that we can
admire, laugh at and
in some cases identify
with. From Beetles
to Ghias, Buses to
Type 3's and 4's and
everything in between.
Sit back, click and
to Check out the VW
Cartoons & Art