This is the 1972 Standard VW Beetle that got me started in the bug craze. I got it sometime around 1998 (I think) And had it for like six or seven years. It was an awesome bug... Too bad I had to get rid of it cause of lack of money and place to keep it. I had lot's of memorable moments riding this awesome bug.
I spotted this sweet green/white VW bus on my visit to Sierra Nevada Brewing Company in Chico, California. It is fitted with beer dispensers on the side and has room for tons of beer kegs inside. Nothing is better than a VW that serves Sierra Nevada beer!
This is a white Volkswagen Beetle, one of the many bugs I spotted in Chico-CA during my 5 day vacation in northern California.
This is a highly customized VW Beetle my brother spotted somewhere in Boca Raton, Florida. Looks like it is a '77 or earlier bug.
This is my friend's '67 bug that he just got a few months ago. We'll be fixing it up some so I guess these are the BEFORE pictures =). I'll be posting more pictures and details about it later on.
Saw this white vw beetle on I-95 on my way to work in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Looks like it's a 70s beetle with some modification on the fenders, no bumpers... and who know what else.
It's been almost a week since the VW bug was picked up from California and it's already half way here to Fort Lauderdale, FL. I've been tracking it's journey online on the transport company's website. Isn't it awesome that the whole thing can be tracked? It eases my anxiety knowing where the bug is and that it's on it's way. The company I hired to transport the bug is called DASAutoShippers, they've been pretty good, we'll see how they ultimately do when the car gets here. Right now the bug is in Mesquite, TX, and it looks like it'll stay there until after Christmas. Hopefully It'll start moving again on Monday.
The 1963 VW Ragtop Bug is on its way from Yucaipa, California. It'll take about 18 days to get here, three days longer than usual cause of the holidays. I can't wait for it to get here! Hopefully it'll arrive in one piece. I've decided to start this '63 VW Ragtop blog to document the life of this awesome bug.