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This cool 1971 Volkswagen Type 3 Squareback is an unusual, highly appealing time capsule that retains its original drivetrain, houses its original interior and would make any VW collector very happy. This Type 3 has only changed hands twice in its forty years of existence and was garage kept the entire time. This resulted in a solid body with factory correct panel gaps that has never been worked on or taken apart. While this car's paint isn't concours, it does carry a nice shine and would look great motoring down the street to any VW show. Open the hood and you'll find the cars original air cooled 1.6L (1584 cc) 'pancake' engine. The engine bay looks good for a 40 year old car and I'd venture to say that this car has been largely unmodified save for the two small diameter chrome air cleaners that sit on either side of the engine bay. Underneath the car, cross-mounted round torsion bars span the full width of the chassis while an anti-roll bar connects the cars upper trailing links together. The rear suspension is the cars original CV joint semi trailing arm system that houses the cars original 4-speed manual transmission. New correct 15 inch steel wheels with chrome center caps and stainless trim rings are mounted on wide white wall 165R15 Geostar tires. Inside the car, an all original interior is in very good shape with only the driver's seat showing any major signs of wear. If you know vintage Volkswagens, you know that finding an all original '71 Type 3 is almost impossible, especially one that's been this well maintained. Don't miss your opportunity to own a truly unique car; call now!
Electric Car 2 Owner 1971 VW Squareback EV Beetle Bug Karmann Ghia wagon
This is a Very clean 1971 VW Squareback Wagon. If your looking for one of
these cars this is as clean as it gets it is a 2 owner from what i know of
the car. The coolest thing possibly is the fact that the car is a Electric
Vehicle / EV also if you want i will include the Generator so you can make
it a Hybrid. This is a great car and the electric part is done right these
kits cost $7500 to $9500 and then you have to install it and have a vehicle
prepped for it etc there is $15,000 to $20,000 you will not have to dump
into yours if your looking for the ultimate Hybrid. call anytime Nathan 406
1974 Volkswagen Super Beetle Convertible - Possible Rare Sun Bug Edition VW
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I thought you might like a look at this very clean 1974 VW Super Beetle
convertible. It's powered by the original 1600 cc horizontally-opposed
flat 4 cylinder, backed by a four-speed manual trans. This car may be a
very rare, "Sun Bug" edition, but that would take some more research to
verify. It has the correct gold paint, the wood grain dash, stamped steel
wheels, Wolfsburg crest, etc. It is showing 72,xxx miles on the odometer
and I believe that is the original mileage. I looked at this car a couple
of years back when it was showing 68,xxx miles. As you can see in the
video, it is in really nice condition and starts up and runs well. I hope
you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
1971 VW Type 3 Squareback Wagon - 1600 Dual Port Air-Cooled Flat 4
I thought you might like a look at this classic 1971 Volkswagen Squareback
two-door wagon. The body looks really straights on this one and it's still
sporting it's original interiors. These cars could top 80 mph and return
about 30 mpg fuel economy. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for
Filmed at Country Classic Cars in Staunton, IL
Background track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available
under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
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Type 3 VW's
After going to a few VW shows these are the best of. Some SICK Type 3 VW's.
134106 / 1956 Volkswagen Type 1 Beetle
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This sweet '56 oval window coupe, the product of a frame-off restoration
that's been aged to perfection, is the ideal classic for a budget-minded
collector or anyone who just wants an awesome weekend warrior!
Sporting a clean coat of bright red paint, this fully-sorted and completely
road ready Beetle is the beneficiary of a thorough, frame-off restoration
that likely doubled our asking price. And while its body isn't perfect, it
is very straight and carries a smooth shine that will look excellent
motoring down the road to either a VW show or your favorite local hang-out.
The restorers began by stripping the car's solid fuselage to bare metal and
smoothing and prepping each of its panels. Once those panels were
completely flat, and aligned to better than factory standards, they were
evenly coated in a high quality, two-stage urethane and buffed to a
mirror-like shine. The end result is one sharp, well-aligned bug with a top
notch appearance that'll provide years of worry-free fun!
Powering this classy '56 Beetle is a 1200cc four cylinder that mixes
subdued aesthetic bling with a solid 36 horsepower. Based on sound
and appearance, the peppy engine has been completely rebuilt sometime in
the not too distance past; and it runs beautifully, creating that famous
and distinctive VW gait which has become synonymous with all boxer engines.
At the top of the pint-size block, a traditional oil bath air cleaner
funnels wind into a fresh 1-barrel Solex carburetor that's piped into an
old school fuel pump. Behind that carburetor, a traditional coil sparks a
correct points distributor that's snapped onto fresh silicone plug wires.
To the right of that distributor, a small generator spins a pliable V-belt
under a familiar "BOSCH" branded voltage regulator. Like the rest of the
car, the engine bay is clean, road ready and nice enough to set up at any
show. And with its high quality components, fresh gaskets and low
maintenance design, the air-cooled mill will likely putter along forever!
Take a look under this solid VeeDub and you'll find a straight,
fully-sorted chassis that's seen plenty of dry roads and years of
impeccable maintenance. The car's torsion bar front and independent rear
suspensions have been completely rebuilt at some point, and feature
weather-free bushings and pliable shocks. At the back of that suspension,
power flows from the flat-four engine into a rugged 4-speed manual
transaxle. And at the corners of the floors, painted steel wheels spin
165R15 Big O Radialmax tires around bright trim rings and dent-free center
Pop open this coupe's solid closing doors and you'll find a restored vinyl
interior that's the perfect spot to spend a summer afternoon cruising! All
four passengers, assuming two of them are very short, enjoy firm, pleated
seats. In front of those seats, a painted and chrome-trimmed dash hangs a
large VDO speedometer above simple accessory knobs. And keeping the driver
connected to the road is a restored and Volkswagen branded steering wheel
that makes good use of the car's small turning radius.
If you're looking for a fun and unique classic that's stuffed with charming
VW character and so much more, this fully-sorted Type 1 is your ticket!
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VOLKSWAGEN TYPE 3 VARIANT 1970
This is Helmut my 1970 VW Type 3 Variant. He was in pieces when I got him,
and in the last year or so has been fully refurbished as per the factory
1973 Volkswagen Type 3 Wagon
A completely restored 1973 Volkswagen Type 3 Wagon with everything from the
matching luggage to original period manufacturer decals, tags and stickers.
The haunted VW Type 3 Squareback
From a late 70's South African candid camera-type movie 'Funny People' by
Jamie Uys. A VW Type 3 Squareback was rigged by remote to fool around with
people, and it was all captured on film. Note the other VW cars in the
background, typical 70's South African street scenes. For more info on the
local VW scene, go to www.aircooledvwsa.co.za and enjoy! Regards Pine
1967 VW Type 3 Fastback: "Inge"
Portland, OR: excellent, nearly all-original 1967 VW Type 3 Fastback.
Third owner, has been with me for nearly 10 years. No rust beyond
superficial surface dings. Pan is 100% solid. Chrome is very good, though
has some minor areas of pitting. Never any sort of major accident (front
and rear are clean), though there is evidence of long-ago passenger side
door repair (done poorly). Glass is perfect. Motor is 98% original and "all
there." Original interior is excellent (no rips / tears; front seats could
use new foams), all correct trim pieces are there, dash is perfect.
Everything works but clock may need attention (regreasing, etc.) Runs,
drives, shifts, brakes wonderfully.
COMES WITH: original delivery papers and early records; original uber rare
*RED TYPE 3 WOLFSBURG FLOORMAT* though it is very well used and has always
had a hole at the heel near skinny pedal; red coco mats, a bit faded;
*extra set of correct Fastback popout window seals* (sourced from a donor
car; not NOS, but very good to excellent condition); original AM radio; NOS
German door seals; NOS Type 3 muffler; seals for turn signals and original
rear turn signal lenses. Also have small box of original parts.
NEEDS: has a slow oil leak on passenger side valve cover; possible new
battery (this one is new but has been driven so infrequently that it
doesn't crank well unless jumped); could use carb tuning or rebuilds and
general tune-up attention; needs new window rubber seals (front and rear);
could use new seals for front and rear trunks (I have one for rear.) I'd
also love to track down some original '67 Type 3 wheels and trim; these
chromies look nice from 10 ft away but the chrome is pretty weak and
starting to rust.
This car is not a show car (yet). It needs to live with a real Type 3 geek,
someone who will care for it and cherish it with the attention and love a
rare survivor like this deserves. I know in 10 years I am going to be very
regretful of this, but right now I do not have the means/time/skills to
maintain this wonderful car like it should be.
[ PS yes, I know I have a typo in one of the last titles... ]
Type 3 Squareback
A short video taken during the photo shoot of Simon Fox's super sweet
Squareback. Full feature in the January 2012 issue of VolksWorld magazine -
out on the 25th November 2011.