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: 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!
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.
Volkswagen Karman Ghia: With input from both German and Italian car designers, the VW Karman Ghia was destined to be a classic. The question is, why did they stop making them, and should we have campaign to lobby Volkswagen to re-introduce a modern version of this great car.
VW Beetle 1300: Yet another mid 1970’s Aussie assembled Beetle still getting about.
1973 Volkswagen Beetle Superbug: This bug is looks straight off the show room floor. Pretty good for a 40 year old car.