This is another awesome classic VW restoration TV show from the same people that made "Beetle Crisis" and "Beetle Crisis 2" (will post it here soon). They follow Nigel Isted as he restores his 1965 split-screen in just a few months. Nigel is the president of his local split-screen VW club, but his bus is in worst condition of all. With a lot of support from his family and VW friends he does an awesome job restoring the bus.
For over sixty years the VW Beetle has held the record as the most popular car ever sold and with the highest number of enthusiasts scattered across the world. Beetle restorations and modifications are endless with obsessive Beetle owners willing to spend thousands of pounds to restore or modify their pride and joy. Discovery Channel's top rated series 'Beetle Crisis' follows VW restoration experts Steve and Rich as they take on their most ambitious project yet - a dilapidated 1971 VW Beetle which they bought for just £150.
Greg does an awesome job reupholstering his 1974 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia front seats.
This is a very nice series of videos that show how to lower the front of '67 and later VW Beetles with ball joints using dropped spindles. Cugir does a really good job explaining and showing each step and gives good tips along the way.
This is a series of three awesome instructional videos on how to assemble Volkswagen Beetle doors by Chris Vallone.