1975 Beetle

Kyle Volner has been working on the 1975 Beetle for eight years. To start, Volner had a 1600cc, but he was dreaming of a 1835cc dual carb setup.

Volner had the brakes rebuilt, fuel tank restored and replaced points with Pertronix ignitor electronic ignition. Recently, he finished the new engine using 1915cc Dual Weber IDF 40s and a SCAT long block. The exterior features a hood with flames to go with the fiery orange paint job.

See past updates and follow Kyle’s 1975 Beetle progress on his Instagram account.

About SCAT VW

For over 50 years, SCAT has developed, engineered, and manufactured the most comprehensive product line in the automotive aftermarket. SCAT has grown from a distributor of specialty Volkswagen parts into the premier manufacturer and distributor of high-performance aftermarket engine components for a wide range of American and foreign engines. SCAT, one of the original founders of the VW aftermarket, is extremely proud of its 42,000-square-foot manufacturing and warehousing facility in Redondo Beach, California, U.S.A., where it houses over 20 CNC machines, 12 crankshaft grinding machines, 8 polishers, 12 rod honing machines and complete in-house manufacturing, engineering, and programming capability. It is with this capability and the capability of overseas manufacturing operations that SCAT is able to deliver the highest-quality and most-reliable performance parts in the industry. SCAT has many new product offerings and continues to offer the most comprehensive line of aftermarket parts for VW.

SCAT is dedicated to continuing our quest for excellence to keep Volkswagens running and performing at the highest level. As always, SCAT wants to thank you for your business and look forward to continuing to service your VW aftermarket performance needs.

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