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My love for air cooled VWs started at a young age, maybe 10 years old, at a Cruizin' Weekend in Ocean City, MD. My parents took us nearly every year to the classic car/hot rod event. Of course, I was enthralled by all the blown big blocks with huge tubbed out rears with more rubber than I'd ever seen before, after all that's the highlight of the event. But one year, a group of ratty old slammed Bugs came down the road, and the image stuck with me for a long time. Longer than I myself even anticipated. By the time I was 16, with my driver's license, I was hugely interested in cars and began modifying every car I got my hands on. I did not however begin with a love for VW. I experienced Ford, Nissan, Lexus, and a few others before finding my home. At around 20 years old, the crappy rusted out Beetle that sat in my dad's backyard since I was a kid (approximately 17 years) took my interest. So, my journey in the air cooled world began. Read - The Journey >>