In this issue you will find:
1953 Patina Zwitter.
The lack of external fresh paint doesn’t take anything away from this neat 1953 Split Window Zwitter, customized in Brazil.
Knight’s TV & Appliance.
Why this ‘60 Double-Door Split Bus panel van is his favourite.
VW 1600-TL from Brazil.
Fuchs wheels, lowered suspension, EMPI accessories... Surely a classic recipe for a customizing job.
T2b DoKa aka the ‘WolfCab’.
This 1977 Bus with a custom lace painted design on its roof draws quite the attention!
Found Hebmüller #367.
Taking a ’54 Oval apart, looking through your parts stash and collecting parts to get this #367 ratlooker drivable.
1969 Type 3 Notchback.
Exported to Brazil and given the sporty look while powered by an 1835cc engine, this Notch is simply good looking.
With subtle alterations, more power, and smart suspension work leading to a great stance this T1 became a show winner.
Dutch California Look.
The latest built from the Dutch DVK Cal-Look Club is here, Jan-Willem Vrieswijk’s ’67 looks spot on!
Like grandfather, like father, like son… here is how Roger got involved into the hobby and is now enjoying his ’66 Beetle.
Belgian 1300S / GT Beetle.
Hot Property: Opération Corail, the special edition by D’Ieteren. Read all about this amazing, historical story on this rare 1300S!
Entering the Gran Premio Nuvolari rally in Italy by racing this ’59 Lowlight Ghia through the beautiful countrysides.
Belgian Lino Deceuninck’s built a Beetle that would have looked right at home on the OCIR track.
Orange Bug, Japan.
With more than 250 air-cooled VWs lined up beach-side, it was once again a fantastic display and a thoroughly enjoyable event.
Social distance cruise in Brazil with more than 200 Aircooled VWs!
Enjoying their air-cooled passion whenever possible!
AirTist: Ismael Membreno.
10 Years AirMighty, so we had the Collectors-Edition cover made into a real piece of (VW) art!
Meet the Maker.
Doug Berg talks about the Gene Berg “Grooved Venturis” giving a +18hp gain!
Pon’s Historical Company collection.
A new column in AirMighty with some interesting story telling: A Karmann Ghia put to the test.
The reactivation of the OEM OKRASA drilling tool.
This original Oettinger drilling case for the Okrasa dual-port heads allows to drill all tap holes!
El Dub’s Column.
Mr. El Dub takes us back to the end of the 1950s where we see Don Burns’ passion and support to performance Volkswagens.