German Square Weave Installation

This pretty much speaks for itself. Quality German square weave carpet, just as they did it back in ’67. 

Here is a visual walkthrough of some of the process:

My 1967 Beetle

My 1967 Beetle

Interior Prep Work

Since the seats were out, I decided to take care of rust issues and begin prep for new German square weave carpet and proper mats. In case you’re wondering, full carpet isn’t correct for the ’67 VW. Rubber mats are.

Here is a visual walk-through of some of the process:

My 1967 VW Beetle

My 1967 VW Beetle

Fender Beading Installation

As I mentioned earlier about the running boards; if you have a Savannah beige ’67 beetle, black is not the correct color for fender beading. Wolfsburg West did reproduce beading in the correct color, but I believe no longer has a source for production. Your best bet is NOS (Good luck with that) or trying to locate on The Samba.

Here is a visual walk-through of some of the process:

Fender beading installation (Correct color!)

Fender beading installation (Correct color!)

Running Boards

In the event you have a Savannah beige ’67 like me, don’t believe the hype. Black running boards are NOT correct. Sand beige however is. It’s highly unlikely you’ll find NOS, so Wolfsburg West is the nest best thing.

Sand beige Wolfsburg West running boards

Seat Restoration

Proper seat restoration is something you really have to take your time with.

Wolfsburg West
sells all the OEM fitting goodies, all the way down to correct color frame paint! Be careful with that old horse hair. I ended up in the hospital after having an allergic reaction to it. NO JOKE!

Restoring your seats for the first time? Contact me and I can help walk you through it!

Here is a visual walkthrough of some of the process:

My 1967 VW Beetle

My 1967 VW Beetle