All posts by Jay Salser

My wife, Neva, and I have been driving and working on VWs since 1976. In fact, we raised our family in these cars. Now, we are retired and enjoy VWs as a hobby. The ’67 Beetle always has been our favorite year. We own a '67 Beetle and a '68 Karmann Ghia.

Marc Bickford’s L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

As a teenager and young man growing up in California, my first cars were vintage Volkswagens – 1961 ragtop Beetle; 1965 Bus; 1963 Beetle. When I moved to Hawaii after getting my Physical Therapist degree,

VW 105-1, 30 Pict-1 Carburetor – The Choke Processes, Part 2

In Part I, we examined the elements of the Choke Processes.  In this article, we want to adjust the Heating Element so that the Choke Plate will respond properly as the engine is working to

Ron Waller – Update

After months of fighting a terrible infection in his knee, Ron Waller finally was cleared for surgery. If you recall, Ron went for a “routine” knee replacement this past Spring.  Nothing out of the ordinary—until

Guy Perron’s L41 Black ’67 Beetle

Hello VW friends! My name is Guy Perron and I live in the northwest part of the Province of Quebec, Canada.  That’s about 3 hours north from the city of Ottawa which is the Capital of Canada.  I’ve been part of the Volkswagen

Kurt Tucker’s L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

I bought my first ‘67 Beetle in 1987.  After graduating High School, I really needed a car but, just like any typical teenager, I didn’t have much money. Growing up in Southern California, there were