When we decided to build a class 11 lookalike bug we talked about how we had never seen one in Utah before. That was one of the reasons we were excited about building one. We looked at plenty of pictures and planned out how we wanted to raise it and modify it but we had never seen one in person. Well today we did! I sell bug parts pretty regularly on KSL.com and on a local VW club site here. I had been communicating with a guy that was interested in some parts I had and so we set up a time for him to come over and look at what I had. He drove up in this awesome bug! I couldn't believe that he had one and drove over to my house in it. We talked for an hour and parts traded hands but the best part was that we were able to check out his bug. This is pretty much how ours is going to sit when we are done with it and his suspension is almost exactly the same way we are going to do ours. The only difference is that he was running a cut and turned beam and we are going to run raised spindles with an adjustable beam. I think ours may ride a little better with the spindles but time will tell. I loved this bug. It is sitting perfect and he says it goes anywhere. He offered to bring it back over and we can jack them up and compare them side by side. It would be a blast to do that and then I can find out his angle on his torsion arms also so I can match mine up to them. He is an awesome guy and hopefully we can cruise together on some cruises and check out some trails when ours is done.