Beetle

Porsche-Powered! 1969 Safari Dune Buggy

There are probably three different ways that you can build a dune buggy. The first would be to do what I did with a friend years ago and mash something together from a discarded VW Beetle, tools needed? A… more»

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Daily Driven: 1959 Volkswagen Beetle

Owning a desirable classic that you can use as a practical daily driver is a great experience, and that is what the owner of this 1959 VW Beetle has been able to do. The car came to the US… more»

Owned Since 1973: 1965 Volkswagen Beetle

When I am looking for a classic car, one of the most promising attributes that I tend to look for is to find one that has been the subject of long-term ownership by one individual. That is precisely what… more»

From The Barn To The Weeds: 1962 VW Beetle

This one’s a bit rough. And the seller is a bit vague. And there aren’t a lot of pictures. OK, so let’s look at it anyway, after all, it is the one time omnipresent VW Bug. This 1962 example… more»

Oval Window Cruiser! 1956 Volkswagen Beetle

Early Volkswagen Beetles have a ton of appeal and get attention wherever they go. This 1956 is probably no exception with its lowered stance and accessories, it is sure to turn heads. The seller says they found it sitting… more»

South Of The Border: 1994 VW Beetle

We found this 1994 Volkswagen Beetle here on Craigslist in Austin, Texas. These VW’s dubbed “Mexican Beetles” carried the nostalgia of “The Love Bug” coupled with slightly upgraded interior and updated fuel injected 1600CC which was added in replace… more»

Tiny RollsWagon: 1969 VW Beetle

Need a little luxo-posing in your life? Can’t afford that new Rolls you have been eyeing? Well here’s a solution on the cheap, a 1969 VW Beetle with a “RollsWagon” nose piece, located in Tuxedo Park, New York. It… more»

Oval Down Under: 1956 Volkswagen Beetle

Talk about a car you really don’t see every day, this one has to be in the top 10! It’s a right-hand drive, oval-window model and it hails from Sydney, Australia! It’s up for sale here on eBay Australia… more»

Red Light District Edition? 1966 Volkswagen Beetle

Are you ready for an interesting story that may or may not be totally true?  Have you ever heard of a Volkswagen Beetle that had its interior package named after a “red light district?”  That is the claim attached… more»

Stalled Restoration: 1959 Volkswagen Beetle

This 1959 Volkswagen Beetle is a stalled project that ran when it was parked. It has been dismantled for restoration, but it is a complete car that the next owner can really put their own personal mark on. The… more»

Oval Window Sleeper: 1957 Volkswagen Beetle

The owner of this 1957 VW Beetle Oval Window refers to it as an older restoration, but I would probably call it a refurbishment. Certainly, what occupies the engine bay today is enough to grab your attention when you… more»

Classic Convertible: 1958 Volkswagen Beetle Karmann Kabriolett

It certainly isn’t too late to grab hold of a classic convertible and enjoy some top-down Summer cruising, and perhaps this 1958 Beetle Karmann Kabriolett would be a great option for those on the search for a true classic…. more»

Junkyard Find: 1969 Volkswagen Beetle

With over a 21 million Beetles sold, you’d think the junkyards would still be littered with them. When was the last time you saw one though? We hadn’t seen one in a long time so when we spotted this… more»

Oval Window Project: 1956 Volkswagen Beetle

When I was a young man, if you had told me that Volkswagens from the 1950s and 1960s would one day be fetching 5-figure prices, I would have laughed my head off. Then I would have backed away from… more»

Herbie Tribute: 1977 Volkswagen Beetle

Classic automobile fans see “tribute” or “clone” cars all the time – some good, some not-so-good. This particular one is, in my opinion, one of the better ones, and it’s up for grabs here on eBay out of Sarasota,… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1977 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible

Cosmetically, things really didn’t change much for the VW Beetle Convertible over the 30 or so year run. Sure, they changed things like the bumpers, but the real changes took place in the interior and the engine bay. While… more»