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Last Updated Jan 2018
 

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Don't dream it...just do it!

Imagine riding this beauty, anytime you want and anywhere you want. It looks great. It sounds great and handles great.

Phil Parry is my name. I'm a Technical Illustrator with a modest home garage. B
ut that didn't stop me from designing and creating this beauty called Big Yella.

The Big Yella Story

 After replacing the engine in my daughters '65 VW Beetle, I wondered what to do with the old
VW 1200* engine now bleeding oil over my garage floor. I know, I'll build a VW trike I thought. And so the journey began.

All the design, fabrication, engine work, timber and wrought iron work, in fact everything you see, I did in that modest home garage. And you could too.

 
A Serious Guide to Building a VW Trike

Why not build your own Big Yella for a rewarding DIY project you can do at home. And to help you through the process I created 'A Serious Guide to Building A VW Trike' that explains step by step how to convert an old VW Beetle rear end into a stunning trike.
 
Building your own VW trike will save you a heap of money.


Take a look now at the Gallery photos and u
se this link 'A Serious Guide to Building a VW Trike' to download and get started today
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"The three great essentials to achieving anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; and the third, common sense" (Thomas Alva Edison)