Beetle

Rust-Free Survivor: 1967 Volkswagen Beetle

There are so many reasons why the Volkswagen Beetle was an enormous sales success, but one of the main reasons is that it was a car that proved to be essentially bulletproof. It has developed a cult following, and… more»

Storage Unit Find: Upgraded 1969 Volkswagen Beetle

People throw around the phrase “easy restoration,” but this is a possible candidate. It’s a stalled project, a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle for sale here on eBay in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with a Buy It Now price of just $3,500…. more»

Beach Buggy Barn Find! 1968 Meyers Manx

Body kits are wildly common in the car modification world. The Pontiac Fiero is a popular base for custom kits because of its relatively cheap price, removable plastic body panels, and ease of maintenance. What blows the Fiero out… more»

Hangar Find: 1965 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible

One of the great things about the classic car scene is that you can never be sure from where an iconic car will emerge. Take this 1965 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible, for example. It hasn’t recently emerged from a barn… more»

Daily Driver: 1963 Volkswagen Beetle

This ’63 Beetle is described as a barn find where some mechanical work has been done. As a result, it’s said to run and drive well, with attention to the body/paint or interior to be performed at the discretion… more»

Stored 45 Years: 1963 Volkswagen Beetle

With more than 21 million Volkswagen “Bugs” built between 1938 and 2003, you’d think you’d see more of them around today. But they were simple, economical cars built to be used by the masses and then discarded. Fortunately, this… more»

Supercharged Find: 1963 Volkswagen Beetle

This nice example of a 1963 Volkswagen Beetle has a little surprise waiting under the hood. The car is located in Chatham, Illinois, just south of the state capital in Springfield, and it’s up for auction here on eBay…. more»

52k Original Miles: 1968 Volkswagen Beetle

This 1968 Volkswagen Beetle is a black plate survivor that is in exceptional condition for its age. It is an unmolested classic with 52,000 genuine miles showing on its odometer, and it is ready to be enjoyed by a… more»

Same Owner 33 Years: 1966 Volkswagen Beetle

The VW Beetle (aka The Bug) was the “People’s Car.” Developed in the 1930s and assembled in small numbers during the war years, the Beetle went into full production in the late 1940s. The car would eventually be built… more»

Dusty Barn Find: 1973 Volkswagen Beetle

The original Volkswagen Beetle was conceived as an affordable “people’s car,” but World War II got in its way, and series production didn’t commence until 1947. When production finally ended in 2003, an astounding 21.5 million Beetles had plied… more»

Barn Bug: 1960 Volkswagen Beetle

Back in the 20th Century, you couldn’t go more than a city block or two without seeing at least one VW Beetle. That’s because they were cheap to buy and maintain, and Volkswagen built 21 million of them over… more»

Cheap Bug? 1960 Volkswagen Beetle

It used to be that you saw these cars running around everywhere and they could be purchased for a song. But not so much anymore. The VW Beetle (technically the Type 1) was commissioned by none other than Adolf… more»

Collection of Cars in California

Most collectors lean toward one brand of car, style or vintage. In this case, the seller offers a little bit of several things. Two are AMC products, two are kits car and one is a VW Beetle, the nicest… more»

Drop Top Pair: 1967 and 1978 Volkswagen Beetle Convertibles

This pair of Volkswagen Beetle convertibles are in rough shape, but it’s still a potential bonanza of parts or restoration projects for an adventurous air-cooled enthusiast. The Beetle on the right is a desirable early model, and if it’s… more»

Daily Driver Ready: 1961 Volkswagen Beetle

Sometimes it can be pretty easy to determine that somebody really loves their classic car. One of the giveaways is when they decide to give it a name. That indicates that they have developed an emotional attachment that goes… more»

Backseat Driver: 1974 Volkswagen Beetle Shorty

The famed VW Beetle was still selling strong in 1974, but the Cabriolet or convertible version showed under 13,000 copies made. This is one of them and is said to have been professionally shortened, so it’s even smaller than… more»