’67 Volkswagen Bug

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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 two-inch channel and it was shortened six inches in length. It has a full tube frame and a custom double A-arm IRS.

Also, this VW was featured in the December 2019 issue of Ladies in Autosports Magazine and is planning to be present at SEMA this year.

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