The unmistakable shapes of classic VeeDubs. It doesn’t matter whether they were designed and built for transporting people, goods, or both. They’ve all become cult vehicles, with an immense fanbase all over the globe.
I just picked out a few from the ones that were present at the event I recently visited. Anything was welcome there, from microcars to heavy trucks (definitely my kind of show).
1964 Transporter T1.
A three-tone 1975 Transporter T2. Or more precisely, a T2b, the post-August 1972 series.
1978 Transporter T2b Westfalia.
1985 Transporter T3, the only water-cooled Volkswagen of the collection, powered by the 1.9 liter boxer.
1973 Beetle convertible, parked next to a you-know-what-it-is (and speaking of an unmistakable shape).
1969 Beetle. And look what’s arriving in the background…
…this 1972 411 LE Variant. With Bosch D-Jetronic fuel injection, its 1.7 liter engine is good for 80 DIN-hp. An air-cooled beast!
Auf Wiedersehen and happy motoring!