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January 30, 2015
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January 26, 2015
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January 21, 2015
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December 19, 2014
2014 SCORE Milestone Awards
Type I
FULL CUSTOM FLYER
Lewis Clark isn’t one of those guys who has always been into Volkswagens, although his... Read More
15- and 16-inch Porsche rims contribute to the Notchback’s
slight rake.
Type III
ITCHING FOR A NOTCH
Volkswagen Notchbacks have never been officially imported to the USA and thereby remain a rather... Read More
Anaheim, CA's Mark Emerald was overly surprised when GNRS's building 9 promoter, Robert Rey, awarded him the first-ever Best Volkswagen plaque at the Grand National Roadster Show.
Event
Best VW at Grand National Roadster Show
Of the over 500 vehicles displayed, seven of them were Volkswagens of the air-cooled family.... Read More
What often lies inside of the Vanagon transaxle case is a worn out bearing register, which needs to be either replaces all together (expensive!), or machined oversized and fitted with a steel or aluminum sleeve. Rancho Performance Transaxles did the work on this case.
Tech
The Ins and Outs of the VW Vanagon Transaxle
Now that the popular VW Vanagon is well over 20 years old, many of these... Read More
Curtis’ raised (TMag 3-inch body kit) ‘67 is result of hard work by both he and his dad, Tom Chapman. They stripped it, handled bodywork, then had Temecula’s Maaco crew spray red acrylic enamel. Curtis hand-polished the CenterLine wheels, now rolling BFG All Terrain 235-75-15s all around. Bus trans/IRS conversion by Suspensions Unlimited (Ontario, CA), 091 tranny rebuilt at Rancho Performance Transaxles (Fullerton, CA), 2234cc by Tom Chapman, Super Seats from McKenzie’s (Fullerton, CA), interior by Perez Upholstery in Fallbrook. Proud parents....Tom & Kelly Chapman.
Type I
High Schooler's Lifted '67
For those who remember the early days of Small Car Specialties in 1976, the first... Read More
Type I
Sioux City Split
There must be something in the water, they say. People in these parts have been... Read More

Bits and Pieces
January 21, 2015
It's Workbench Wednesday!
November 23, 2014
Lauffer Sets New Marks in Las Vegas!
July 18, 2014
Win This Bug For A Buck!
July 11, 2014
Who Drove Inch Pincher?

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