Here's a VW we did work on featured in SRQ Magazine.
This poor VW is struggling with rust and bad gas in the tank!
Whether you do the work yourself, we do the work, or someone else does the work
on your VW, it's important to maintain your VW with oil changes, valve adjustments and
general service. Just take care of little problems before they get worse!
And to our many customers that have stopped in over the years to let us maintain your VW's, WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! We will continue to do our best keeping your classic on the road for many years to come.... After all, that's why we're here!
Please feel free to email us at email@example.com and we'll be happy to respond to
your questions quickly as possible, usually within 24-hours or less.
There's no such thing as a stupid question when buying a VW.
We've had many customers that have gone out and purchased a variety of different VW's throughout the years...
PLEASE be careful out there! If you buy a vintage VW like the ones we work on here day in and day out, chances are
it's at least 30-years old and it may need quite a bit of TLC. Never be afraid to ask the owner questions,
or just call ANY VW shop to double-check on something you're not sure of prior to your purchase.
Repairs on any vintage VW or technologically advanced computer controlled late model Bus, Vanagon and
Cabriolet can be expensive at times. If the VW hasn't ran in years, it could need costly and extensive fuel system work.
These days ethanol mixed fuel can hurt our older cars, boats, ATV's, etc. if they sit idle after a few months.
We highly recommend using "recreational fuel" (100% real gasoline!) if available in your area and "Stabil" if your VW is stored.
Change your oil to avoid this gunk!
The importance of doing annual preventive maintenance for your VW can save you aggravation down the road. Your car will appreciate the extra care & attention too.