Vanagon Boxer Engine

Bronson was proud to share his Vanagon boxer engine that was the result of his first time rebuilding a boxer engine. Here’s what he had to say about his experience: I never rebuilt a boxer engine before and had to rebuild this after work, without splitting the casing. This meant Read Full Article…

1974 VW Beetle

1974 VW Beetle

Daniel Wirtz shared his 1974 VW Beetle that has a 2276cc engine with a SCAT VW crank and I-beam rods. Here’s what Dan had to say about SCAT parts: I use SCAT VW parts because I know that they only produce top-of-the-line products and I don’t have to roll the Read Full Article…

Rob’s Karmann Ghia

Rob Norton shared his classic Bug after its last car show in Saratoga. This Karmann Ghia features SCAT VW door panels and quarters in the interior along with a serpentine belt, oil cooler and hoses in the engine. Although Rob recently sold this ride, he is keeping an eye out Read Full Article…

1958 Beetle

Finessed.Co shared this 1958 Beetle that had some work put into it. The modifications include a painted roof, mocked snowflakes, LED lights, new trim and paint. This buggy is using a SCAT VW competition cam.  

1915cc Motor Build

Check out this first motor build by Justin Juarez in Santa Barbara, California! This 1915cc motor includes SCAT VW 1.25:1 ratio rockers, lifters, a counterweighted 69mm crank and a lightened flywheel. Here’s what Justin had to say: Absolutely worked my tail off to get to this point. Pretty impressed with Read Full Article…

’67 Volkswagen Bug

Micah Wolfe-Parsons shared this awesome ’67 Volkswagen bug. The 2028cc engine was assembled using SCAT VW components. Micah and her husband built the car together; he built the engine, they built the rear suspension together, and Micah did the rest. Some modifications include a three-inch chop, a one-inch section, a Read Full Article…

1962 VW Type 3 Notchback Restoration Das Käferhaus Vintage Werks

1962 VW Type 3 Notchback

Das Käferhaus Vintage Werks put some work into Gary’s 1962 VW Type 3 Notchback. A SCAT VW cam, counterweighted crankshaft, stainless valve covers, lifters, Chromoly push rods, and rockers were used for this bug. The team completed a full restoration of this rare VW classic Type 3, did a full Read Full Article…

“Blü” build with SCAT VW parts

Rich Thallheimer shared his bug named, “Blü,” which had help from Todd Getty and includes SCAT VW parts. Todd rebuilt the top end to a thick-walled 1835cc and dialed in his 36 Dellorto carburetors. He also worked with John Jensen to install the transmission, engine and spring plate bushings and everyone Read Full Article…

ACE Performance Engines LLC Build

ACE Performance Engines LLC Build

ACE Performance Engines LLC made a start on a client’s intake piping and finished up some other small jobs. This 2276cc build includes a SCAT VW deep sump. What do you think of this awesome engine?

“Blondie” Build with SCAT VW Parts

Jose Burgos from Fort Drum, New York, shared his finished bug named, “Blondie.” This VW has a SCAT VW engine case, Volksaver engine kit, lightened forged flywheel and serpentine belt. Plus, the build is showing SCAT pride with a sticker inside the build. Find more information and updates on Blondie Read Full Article…

1967 Karmann Ghia Convertible

Airkooled Kustoms shared photos of Dr. Anne’s 1967 Karmann Ghia convertible with interior and motor by SCAT VW. This restoration project includes a 1776 cc engine, Freeway Flyer transmission, front disc brakes and a TMI interior (black). Additionally, the wiring harness was built by RebelWire, original chrome redone by Restoration Read Full Article…

Karmann Ghia with SCAT VW Parts

Steve Bechard from Pismo, California, built this Karmann Ghia about 12 years ago, and it is running a SCAT VW crank and assorted internal parts in the motor. He recently updated the LED headlights and added a new set of carburetors to do the trick. What do you think of Read Full Article…

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