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.

Michael Gaboriault’s L639 Zenith Blue ’67 Beetle

At the time I really wasn’t looking for another Beetle to restore. We were at the sea side in Mersin, Turkey, when my wife and I saw numerous cars going down this one street. We

1967 Beetle Carburetor Choke Heater Element

History saved the day for those of us who own 1967 Beetles–here’s why: In the 1970s, when I first began dealing with ’67 Beetles, carburetor work was complicated by the antiquated Choke Heater Element’s design.

Beth Leverman’s 1967 Beetle Drives Again

6 years ago, Beth Leverman came to our house to purchase some parts for her 1967 Beetle project. When she saw our ’67 Bug and heard our experiences with ‘67s, she suggested that I look

Richard Marcoux’s 50th Wedding Anniversary

Reader and owner of two unrestored 1967 Beetles, Richard Marcoux, decided that he and his wife, Donna, would renew their Wedding Vows. Accordingly, they advised family and friends of their 50th Anniversary plans. But, that’s

1967 Beetle Buffering O-Ring

Someone said, “Never say never and never say always!” A cute saying when you first hear it but “meaty” when you think about it. It was a piece of advice given to Neva and me