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Probably no other custom Beetle deviates from the original Volkswagen mission as much as Franz Muhr's interpretation of an Outlaw Beetle.
With the debut of the 911 in 1964, Porsche set new standards in air-cooled performance with its first six-cylinder model.
This Beetle is one of the exceptional examples from the Taj Ma Garaj car collection in Dayton, Ohio, which was auctioned in September 2019.
The Golf 1 has long since established itself in the youngtimer scene. Sure, the GTI is recognized as a classic, but there is another trend in the Golf scene. And this concerns the base model.
This rare Beetle is completely original and proudly shows all its traces left by the long time.
This custom Beetle pays homage to the Super Bowl team from Cincinnati in the US state of Ohio.
When engineers at Porsche began putting the finishing touches on the Carrera RS 2.7 in May 1972, one maxim had priority: the new basis for motorsport should be as light as possible and more effective than anything that we have seen before.
Porsche factory driver Romain Dumas and team push the limits of the 911 during a test on the Ojos Del Salado volcano in Chile.
Two VW T1s converted by Kenny Pfitzer provided topics of conversation at this year’s SEMA Show.
This car pays homage to the Porsche 356 SC GT models from 1964 to 1965, but at the same time it is a highly individual Outlaw exemplar.
This Beetle stood submerged in the mud of a flooded underground parking garage for three weeks after the Ahr Valley flood until it was salvaged and given a new lease of life.
Volkswagen convertibles manufactured before 1958 are known for their build quality and are among the most sought-after models, especially in the extremely rare Sepia Silver paint finish.
In the 1980s, Porsche redefined the sports car market in the upper segment with the 959 - without compromising on performance or cutting corners on cost.
Just four examples were built of this very rare car, equipped with the unique version of the Porsche all-wheel drive system that originated in motorsport.
This 1966 Volkswagen Beetle was acquired in 2016 by its last owner, who subsequently modified it in the style of a Fiat 500 Jolly.
The competition runs until October 1, 2022, in which the original T1 Camping Bus will be raffled off among all participants as the main prize.
On August 8, 2022, the Olympia Rally '72 Revival will start in Kiel. The Hoffmann-Speedster Golf GTI of the Bittmann brothers will be there.
The Milivié is a VW Beetle based on the 1303 and packed with modern technology. It is to be launched by the same-named company as early as next year.
This car by Beutler is a Volkswagen-based sports car with a pontoon design and aluminum body. Its basic mechanics are based on those of the VW Beetle with a 1.2-liter engine.
In 1962 this T1 was produced in the factory in Hanover and sent on its journey to his buyer in Austria. After a short stage of life the T1 was converted by a Viennese Volkswagen mechanic into an alpine specialist. Kurt Kretzner rebuilt the Bulli to a T1 with 4 axes – two of them equipped with a chain drive, two steered by dual tyres. And that’s how he was invented, surely one of most cross-country Bulli that was seen in the highlands of this world. Volkswagen commercial vehicles turned the unicum back into its original condition.
It is one of the most desired sports cars in the world, already half a century old, and features an unmistakable rear spoiler: The Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7.
To enter the Guinness Book of World Records is quite hard, since every year there are over 50.000 competitors, who want to set new records.
Does anyone remember the fast Hot Wheels racetracks with their orange plastic track sections?
Those who drive Bulli are clearly advantaged. At least when it comes to the event “Maikäfertreffen” in Hanover. Whoever wants to completely get their money worth on this unmissable event better arrives the evening before already.
The Volkswagen Transporter made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 1949. Since then, the VW Bus has been a perennial favourite and bestseller in the Wolfsburg range.
After a successful meeting with Ferry Porsche in 1950, American importer Max Hoffman lays the foundation for Porsche's breakthrough in the USA with the launch of the Porsche 356 Pre-A Speedster.
This unique Porsche 911 in the colour combination Dark Blue Metallic and Turquoise was the harbinger of Porsche's Exclusive label, which has officially been fulfilling special customer requests since 1986.
The VW Transporter EA489 was a low-cost truck designed for developing countries. But in the end, success failed to appear.
As part of the special request program, Porsche built this version of the brilliant Group 5 racing car 935 for wealthy customers.
This early Porsche 911 was extensively rebuilt from the bodyshell by motorsport specialists for use in historic rallying.
"Outlaw" versions of the Porsche 356 date back to the hot rod movement in California and have become sought-after classics.
This beautiful, perfectly restored VW Bus T1 Samba fetched a whopping US$184,800 at RM Sotheby's auction in Monterey, California in August 2021.
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