1966 VW Beetle: One small step for man, one giant leap for a beetle kind.
Volkswagen Kombi: A remarkably well restored VW Kombi camper out for an afternoon run. I note the Kombi Club of Australia sticker on the rear.
VW Kombi: Everywhere I go there is a Kombi on the street just asking me… do you feel lucky, well do ya punk?.
VW Beetle Super Bug: Yet another VW Beetle parked up on the curb. Quite good condition with decorative paint work added for fun.
VW Kombi Splitscreen: Nice patina indeed. What makes this Kombi quite interesting is the original paint identifying it as a Chamberlain service vehicle. Chamberlain’s were a Perth based tractor manufacturer in the 1950’s 60’s and 70’s based in Welshpool. A great feature to have on this Kombi. History being driven. Cool!
VW 1600 Notchback: It’s a VW, it’s air cooled and it’s from the 1970’s but it’s not a Beetle or a Kombi. It’s of course a Type 3 Volkswagen. This one’s a Notchback version… and I hardly see any of these around now days.I love the chromed headlight covers on this one.Pretty cool.
1974 Volkswagen Kombi: Now I’ve seen everything. A Kombi with inbuilt art. What a classic.
VW Kombi: Like a big cat with a stripe down its back. umm tigers have black stripes? Oh nevermind. Go get em’ tiger!
VW Kombi Camper: With Kombi’s you either love them or you love them. That’s it, no choice. They are great.
Volkswagen Beetle 1300: A radical colour for this VW Beetle but seems to work for me. Sunvisor and roof rack looks like the owner could be into taking this bug on holidays.