No Reserve Hot Hatch: 1984 Volkswagen Rabbit GTI

Has the first-generation Volkswagen GTI gotten so valuable that it’s worth buying a rusty one that’s cheap but clearly needy? The jury may still be out on this question, as the market for early water-cooled VWs has been hot… more»

Spotless Driver: 1963 Volkswagen Beetle

Some cars perform well in the classic market, while others are sleepers. The Volkswagen Beetle was once a car that buyers could purchase for a pittance, making them popular daily transport for those with limited funds. Today, those same… more»

Original Interior: 1978 VW Westfalia

For some, a dream car would be an all-original car, which has worn its scars throughout life with pride. Even better if it’s the cult-classic the VW Westfalia which has an enormous following, so much so that VW is… more»

Rare Oval Window: 1957 Volkswagen Beetle

If you’re into collecting air-cooled Volkswagen Beetles, you likely know by now that finding a split window is amazing, and discovering a barn-find oval window is pretty darn good, too. The seller here apparently found this desirable oval window… more»

Pinto Powered! 1983 Cimbria SS Kit Car

Don’t you miss the days when you could find an inexpensive VW donor, order a kit car to put on top, and without depleting your life savings or mental well-being put together a creation that turns heads everywhere you… more»

Sharp Driver: 1973 Volkswagen Beetle

Some cars just give off a vibe that tells you it’s been loved. This 1973 Volkswagen Beetle is helped greatly by the fact that it has seemingly led a charmed life whereby its caretakers have lovingly looked after it… more»

Westfalia Barn Find: 1966 Volkswagen Bus S042

This 1966 Volkswagen Bus is a desirable early model Type 2 with the split windscreen and “Campmobile” configuration. This version is also known as a Westfalia S042 package van, which essentially amounts to being a designation reserved for the… more»

Forest Find: 1980 Volkswagen Vanagon

We’ve seen plenty of reports of vintage Volkswagen Buses discovered in European forests, with some of them even extracted by helicopter, but this is the first true “forest find” I can recall seeing stateside that’s been listed for sale…. more»

What the Heck!? 1996 Suzuki Volkswagen Bus Van?

If you’ve never heard of a Suzuki Every van, you’re probably not alone. I hadn’t heard of them until I saw this “VW Bus” here on Craigslist. According to Wikipedia, they have been produced since 1961 under the “Carry”… more»

Vintage Camping Classic! 1966 Volkswagen Type 2

The Type 2, also known as the VW Bus and – later – the Vanagon, was a microbus that came to signify the hippie movement of the 1960s and 1970s. These were versatile vehicles that could even be fitted… more»

Family-Owned Oval Window: 1956 Volkswagen Beetle

UPDATE 05/18/2022: It appears that the owner of this 1956 VW Beetle Oval Window had no success with their last listing, so they’re rolling the dice by offering it for sale again. Our own Russ Glantz spotted the Beetle… more»

One Off Kit Car? 1969 Triumph

We’re told this is a one-of-a-kind sports car, something that would usually be thought of as a kit. But it may have been custom-built by its original owner. The car is part Triumph, part Volkswagen, and the rest from… more»

Special Order Camper Mosaic? 1969 Volkswagen Bus

Although we see air-cooled Volkswagen Buses pop up as barn finds fairly often, I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve never heard of the special order designation the seller claims this 1969 Bus left the factory with. He refers… more»

Stored 30 Years: 1969 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia

The Karmann Ghia was a sports car marketed by VW as a 2+2 coupe from 1955-74. Internally known as the Type 14, some of the mechanical bits of the Karmann Ghia was borrowed from the VW Beetle with styling… more»

Euro Diesel Import: 1984 Volkswagen Vanagon Wesfalia

The Volkswagen Vanagon is the sort of vehicle that demands you adhere to the adage that a road trip isn’t about the destination but what happens along the way. In other words, you’re not going anywhere fast, so just… more»

Clean MK1: 1976 Volkswagen Scirocco

This handsome 1976 Volkswagen Scirocco is a compelling alternative to an MK1 VW GTI if you’re inclined to the German breed of hot hatches. The Scirocco in general is an emerging favorite from the 1980s with the later 16… more»