If you’re like me, rather than counting sheep, you snore to the cadence of a correctly restored ’67 Beetle engine. Many people claim “restored to factory standards.” However, it takes a lot of knowledge of correct VW parts, etc to bring such a thing to life. Lenny Copp and his team over at West Coast Classic Restoration gets the importance of restoring these gems properly. Here’s an example of a L282 Lotus White ’67 Beetle he completed. Kudos to Lenny and others around the world that take the extra steps to get the job done right. Die Deutschen wären stolz!
Thanks, Lenny, for sharing your ’67 with 1967beetle.com.