The VW Beetle Convertible before its transformation in blue-silver.
VW Beetle Convertible (Year of first registration 1962)
The vehicle was completely disassembled and stripped of its paint.
Faulty spots in the bodywork were re-tinned and ground.
The body of the VW Beetle Convertible is ready: On its way to the painter.
The decomposed spring cores of the seats BEFORE and AFTER blasting.
The top frame: first blasted, then set up and adjusted.
At first the seat frames are repaired, then reinforced with new coconut mats.
Our upholsterer is also working with commitment and passion; to be seen here: the new interior of the rear seat including coconut mat.
Furthermore, hand-made carpets, newly made side panelling and the new roof-liner were installed.
Front and rear seats were covered with new leather.
The Beetle is being reassembled.
The rear wheels were equipped with disc brakes.
The cockpit was colour coordinated with the new mocca brown/metallic finish.
In order to keep an eye on the engine performance, the beetle received a few additional instruments.
The VW Beetle after the restoration in its brand new guise.