VW Karmann Ghia: Yellow cars from the 1960’s are always so groovy…and such an awesome restoration job done on this Volkswagen Karmann Ghia.
Volkswagen Kombi: I can’t go past a Kombi without taking photos of it. I love the red colour and single spottie at the front. Cool potatoes.
VW Kombi Ute: Recently spotted and shot on site was this VW Kombi ute. It’s decked out rather smartly with the wooden sides and is used by a local interior painter. He certainly has great taste in the selection of his work vehicle I must say.
Volkswagen 1500 Beetle: One slightly dishevelled VW Beetle. Not a problem…that rust in the front panel will ‘buff out’ in no time…and that rear tire can easily be pumped (27psi. of course).
Volkswagen Beetle 1300: This VW Beetle was an easy target for our brakehorsepower photographers with bright orange paint work standing out, it was like honey to the bee. Quite an original condition Beetle I might add.
Volkswagen Beetle: This is definitely not a factory colour… but it looks like a military anti radar coating. Could this be an undercover bug? Check out the sticker on the rear windscreen… it doesn’t inspire confidence.
VW Beetle 1500: Well this Beetle certainly is distinctive. I don’t think the “Barbie doll pink” is probably a factory colour, but it seems to suit this car all the same.
1968 VW Baja: An off-road variant of the famous VW Beetle. It’s made up of fibreglass body panels and an engine protruding rudely from the rear and heavy-duty suspension to name a few of the modifications. I declare it as a hit!
VW Beetle 1300: A number 53 “Herbie” replica VW 1300 Beetle.