Fuel Magazine Shot of the Day // 023 // Chopped Bug Ute

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Anyone who knows me know that I harbour a soft spot for particularly cool examples of old Volkswagens, so it was a given that when invited to go and check out this project I would jump at the chance.

If you also knew the builder, you would know that he likes to do things a little differently, and this is a prime example of that reputation.

I for sure can’t wait to see (and hear) this one on the road.. especially with the Subaru 2.2 that will be hanging out the back…

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