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Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest

Tinuku ~ Festive Kustomfest 2016, October 8 to 9 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, brings together designers and Volkswagen (VW) Beetle "The Cakil" design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend.

"The Cakil" fantastic work-based Volkswagen Beetle design studio Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) based in Yogyakarta strong lead Volks Rod style. A 1952 VW look fierce with wild ideas touch.

"All changes carried out in our workshop for 4.5 months from concept, workmanship and finishing," said Wahyudi Lulut, builder RCC.

Tinuku Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest

Kustomfest is custom culture event held in Yogyakarta city has become meeting ground work by custom cars, motorcycles and bikes designers are so creative automotive industry movers in Indonesia.

The result is 180 degree change the original shape of Beetle. Strong old school style aroma on cars made in Germany using blend top chop and application front-mounted transverse leaf suspension stylish 1920s. Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest

Tinuku Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest

Body and frame drop, two seater made of aluminum fused with rear engine room and cabins open, scratches pintstripe work Hiro "Wildman" Ishii of Mooneyes reinforce Hotrod style.

Type I VW engine with capacity 1.200cc and standard 4 speed manual transmission combined quick shifter design of RCC supported Hot Rod accessory parts in accordance with typical show-quality work and perfect results.

"We are very concerned about the ideas and works to raise potential other automotive to constantly innovate. This work relied on local resources in Retro Classic Cycles and supported colleagues who have masterpiece vision," said Wahyudi.

Upper body was cut, refined and modified impressive flat. The front side keep looked impression hood Beetle. But on the back side no more VW typical. Square figure with unique lamps, machine attached to rear body and elongated exhaust. Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest

Construction very detailed with custom composition of 90 percent. Some components taken from older American cars such as headlights from Ford in 1932 and rear lights of Ford pickup until steering and suspension systems.

Standing round headlights, tire white and glossy black paint ornate vintage paper confirms the initial concept. Ground clearance very low almost touching ground. Certainly not for everyday use and stored as antiques or used for special purposes.

Tinuku Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest Volkswagen Beetle The Cakil design Retro Classic Cycles (RCC) remains legend Kustomfest

Frame: Rectangular tubing, Design And Fabrication By Retro Classic Cycles
Frame welding: TIG Welding by Retro Classic Cycles

Front axle: Ford I-beam dropped axle By Super Bell
Front spring: Reverse leaf spring By Super Glide
Front radius arm: Hair pin By Retro Classic Cycles
Front shock: Short ride chrome By Pro Shock USA
Rear Axle & suspension: Stock VW Type-1, Refurbished by Retro Classic Cycles

Wheels & Tires
Front Wheels : Ford spoke wheels 15inch x 4” by Wire wheels
Front Tires : White wall Gum Dipped 5.60-15 by Firestone
Rear Wheels: Ford spoke wheels 16inch x 4.5” by Wire wheels
Rear Tires: White wall Gum Dipped 6.00-16 by Firestone

Front brake: Drum brake Refurbished by Retro Classic Cycles
Rear brake: Drum brake Refurbished by Retro Classic Cycles

Head Light : Ford 1932 by Wagner USA
Tail Light : Ford pick up by Ford
Painting & Powder Coat
Color: Black Glossy
Painter: Arief “Serba Iya”
Powder Coat: Black Glossy by Retro Classic Cycles


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