You may need to adjust the shifter. this is a case of loosening the two bolts at the base of the shifter and then sliding it into a different...
I have a 1963 Type 343 Ghia, and It is stuck in first gear, I've replaced the coupler between the shift rod and the transmission. The newly...
A lot of the library files are missing. Anyone...A lot of the library files are missing. Anyone know where to find these? Thanks! Show more
If you come across any other...I've updated the site software, hopefully this has resolved the issue, as far as I can see they are all working.
If you come across any other information that is incomplete or appears to be broken, give me a shout. Show more 6 months ago
Today, I reassembled both horns after cleaning...Today, I reassembled both horns after cleaning them. I also pounded-out the dent in the chrome frame of the left fog lamp that initially broke the lens. I will now replace the lamp, lense and frame. ?? Show more
Sorry first post left out that I would like to buy a VW type 34
Just discovered this fantastic VW Type 34 and would really appreciate any assistance anyone could give.
Owned many VW-Porsche over the years but that...
Today I replaced the rear brake shoes, cylinders...Today I replaced the rear brake shoes, cylinders and hoses and gave it a loving pat! Show more
'Almost' changed to reality and restauration is...'Almost' changed to reality and restauration is under way now, We'll see what we get but the goal at this point is 'club1500'-approved quality. I hope we don't have to cut corners at any spot.
Anyway, body is off and base plate doesn't look too bad, so we'll get at least a daily driver in worst case.
Some pictures about current status in kharon.suomiforum.com/www/ghia3/
Will be updated from time to time. Show more
I almost sold half of mine to a fellow VW owner...I almost sold half of mine to a fellow VW owner who doesn't have a T34 and he's too lazy to find one, not so easy here in North. He's also a skilled body guy so I'm sure it will be useful at some point as mine needs some work.
'Almost' as he hasn't even seen the car yet (plenty of pictures though) so I said that no, you have to see it live first.
I have and have had split ownerships before, for a hobby car it makes sense as the cost of keeping it is split and (like in this case) both owners have several hobby cars already: No-one has time to drive all of them all the time.
Cars do not like sitting in store long times, so more driving time is a good thing also for the car. Show more
I currently own a very nice 64 Type 34 Ghia. All...I currently own a very nice 64 Type 34 Ghia. All stock with everything working with exception of lowered front and bigger performance engine and transmission to have durable fun driving. Sure enjoying every moment. Show more
Way back in October, I started to sand my car...Way back in October, I started to sand my car down, but only got as far as the front N/S wing. Then on Saturday I met up with Darin and Peter and purchased a second hand screen, a European rear lens and a couple of other bits.......a 400 mile round trip, but well worth it!
I've looked at the car and I will be making the trip again....soon I hope!
Work will be easing off a little soon, so then it will be all systems go on stripping the car down ready for restoration..........I can't wait" Show more
I'm begining the restauration of my type 34 of...I'm begining the restauration of my type 34 of 1694, my first car buyed in 1968, I was 20y... Show more