Oil Bath Air Cleaners for ’67 VW Beetles

As some may know, I own my grandfather’s L620 Savannah Beige ’67 Volkswagen Beetle. I’ve worked as a visual designer / art director for the last 11 years. Over the last 6, I’ve been working on the ’67. During that time, I fell in love with creating real tangible objects and working with my hands. I’m obsessed with small details and the idea of bringing something old back to its former glory. Thus, the idea came to mind to offer air cleaner restoration services. I do have a special interest in the ’67 model Beetle; however, I can restore any year if it’s stock. I take a lot of pride in the work I do. So far, I’ve had some very happy customers.

’67 oil bath units are currently in stock if you have needs for your vintage pride and joy.
Photos: Amanda

Posted by Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I started Air-Cooled Artifacts (previously, 1967beetle.com and Lane Russell). I drive a '67 Beetle daily and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

  1. Nice. These look great. Maybe on my next VW!

  2. Thanks Timm! I’ve learned the ’67 has the most one year only parts. What was I thinking!

  3. hello there,
    i have a 1967 beetle that is in need of some tlc and i am looking for someone to spruce him up! i am also looking for an air filter and cant seem to find one (the mechanic disposed of the origonal and i can only find the paper filters the old one was attached to the metal lid and mechanic said it was unsalvageable.
    my beetle is neat inside for his age but outside needs some new steps and a little welding and a new wing and re-spray. not sure if the bumpers can be cleaned up or best replaced?
    he runs well, i drive him everyday to work and refuse to give up on him.
    if you can help or know of anyine that can i would much appreciate your advice.

    1. Hello,
      Thanks for writing! I’ll email you directly.

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