Imagine riding a VW trike
like this, anytime, anywhere. It looks great! It sounds great and it
If you can use a drill, an angle grinder, a welder, a wrench and a
ruler, and have the determination, you're on the way. Simply by using
the sub-section from a donor Volkswagon Beetle. That's how I built Big
Yella. And when finished,
your home built VW trike will have cost half that of a shop built
VW trike or less.
Phil Parry is my name and I'm no mechanic and I don't
have a large fabrication shop. I'm a Technical Illustrator with a
modest home garage.
So, having replaced the engine in my daughters '65 VW Beetle,
I pondered what to do with the old
engine now dripping oil all over my
garage floor. "A VW trike I'll build" thought I. And so
the journey began.
Serious Guide to Building a VW Trike
So if you want a project that you can do
yourself at home, or with some mates, here's one for
you. And to help you through the process 'A
Serious Guide to Building A VW Trike' will show you the steps (in
detail) on how to transform a Volkswagon Beetle into
a stunning VW trike like Big Yella.
Take a look at the Gallery. Use
this link to
Serious Guide to Building a VW Trike'
to get your copy delivered today and
start your own Big Yella journey.
great essentials to achieving anything worthwhile are, first,
hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; and the third,
common sense" (Thomas Alva
*The irony is...my original
1200cc engine was sold to a sheep shearer in the great Aussie
outback (Thargominda, Qld) and was never used in my VW trike.