While this is an inside-out clue, it should be fairly easy. Unless you want to try to pinpoint the model year…
Looks like a VW beetle to me.
+2 on the Beetle. Or maybe a Kombi.
VW bug. Hard to pinpoint the year indeed, but/because I don’t think that’s a stock color.
VW beetle x3, standard (not super) but a later one due to the mounting tabs.
I’m with Coobal on this one… good catch on the mounting tabs.
It screams Fiat Spyder to me .
Naw, can’t be a Fiat spyder, definitely the Beetle as I recognize many of the telltale signs that, that’s what it is.
definately a kdf wagen… Ill say a split window.
I’m gonna dare to be different and say it’s a ’72 Superbeetle
“61 Beetle in Sea Green
I was thinking 1st-gen bus (Kombi).
oops… make that a ’64.
Vdub beetle 70
It took a few seconds, but then I recognized what it was.
Can’t say for sure when it was made, but it’s a VW in any case, could be a bug, or bus, but either way, it’s the front hood if the Beetle.
Like that color BTW.
I also don’t think this is a stock color, so this is rather a wild guess. First I also thought it was a ’72 Super Beetle. Then, since I couldn’t see the vent, I thought it might be a ’67. But, upon closer scrutiny, I think it might be a ’68-’72 Beetle, specifically, a 1971. The trim fastener doesn’t look familiar to me, either.
I reckon its a BMW Isetta
1963-1967 Beetle. Three prong raised hood emblem but before the fresh air box in 1968.
That color sort of looks like Bahama Blue which was offered from 1964-66. However I could be wrong about the color, my eyes see blues and greens different sometimes.
I’m going to say 63 Beetle, because it looks just like mine and doesn’t Ed have a 63 as well?
It’s obviously had some work done, those rubber clip covers are a bit of a nuisance to replace, mine had turned into rubber crumbs.
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