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Great VW Projects

Updated on January 18, 2015

Great VW Projects From Around The World

These are the best of the best. Check out these featured VW Projects from around the World.

Loads of great information is available from these project builders.

If you are interested in Restoration, Custom or just want to keep your favourite vehicle on the road check out these projects for more help and advice.

VW Camper Van Restoration

Chug Chug the 1977 Westfalia Helsinki - VW Camper Restoration Story at its best.

If you are interested in VW Campers, vans, buses or just VW's in general you will certainly enjoy this restoration project. Chris (aka ChrisRadioMan) has spent many hundreds of hours giving this Camper Van a new lease of life. Read his forums by clicking on the links below.

Part 1 : Early Days of the Restoration

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Chug Chug Videos - Check out these great videos from the Chug Chug Archives

ChrisRadioMan has created many videos of Chug Chug during the restoration, these are some of the best.

Some Great Camper Books

VW Camper - The Inside Story: A Guide to VW Camping Conversions and Interiors 1951-2005
VW Camper - The Inside Story: A Guide to VW Camping Conversions and Interiors 1951-2005

UK Buyers click this link VW Camper, The Inside Story: A Guide to the Various Camping Conversions and Interior Layouts Used for VW Campers 1951-2005


VW Beetle Wizard Roadster Project

This has VW Beetle Wizard Roadster has to be featured, it is one of my own!

This VW Beetle was coming to the end of its life in a farmers field when it was rescued and dragged back into the garage. It was brought back to life as a VW Beetle Wizard Roadster. Check out these lenses for more information on this project.

VW Wizard Part 1

VW Wizard Part 2

VW Wizard Part 3

VW Camper Subaru Engine Conversion - Modern Engine, loads of power, great conversion!

Have you ever dreamed of fitting a more modern engine in your camper, or wished for a bit more power? Chances are that you have thought about it but then given up on the idea because you just don't have the technical knowledge or skill to make it happen. Well the guys over at Rocky Mountain Westy have the answers for you. Check out their Website for loads more information on these great conversions. They also do loads of other accessories to enhance the performance of your camper and make it a whole lot more enjoyable.

If you would like to have your project featured here, free of charge, simply leave a link to your forum, website, or wherever it is documented. If the content of your forum (or whatever) is good enough I will add it to this page and your can then soon expect to have more visitors to your project.

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      Chrisradioman 3 years ago

      Cheers Roy :)

      I just did a search on Chug Chug and found this by accident, its my van, thanks so much for this. FYI I now have a new bus I bought it in 2008 & use it regular.

      Here is the link:-

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      SamanthaLuigie 6 years ago

      I love this lens, I also created one on the Vdub Camper but yours has inspired me to do better and add more content so thank you! This is great!!

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      Liz Mackay 7 years ago from United Kingdom

      I have a male cousin who would love this lens and so on his behalf I am giving it a squid angel blessing.

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      Faye Rutledge 7 years ago from Concord VA

      My husband used to drag race a VW way back when...and won a championship with it. Great lens!

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      Prosperity09 7 years ago

      Bringing back the 60's

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      SHC 8 years ago

      Nice group of lenses Roy!

      And thanks again for the link swap. Have your readers stop by soon!