The VW Beetle is one of the best-loved of all classic cars, with many thousands preserved across the world, many in regular use. Over the years countless changes were introduced, together making a mid sixties Beetle, for instance, very different from one built in the mid-50s, or mid-70s, despite the obvious similarities. With the aid of hundreds of full color photographs this book documents all the Beetle's specification changes and model differences during the classic period 1949-67, making it possible to determine the original specification and fittings of any Beetle from this period.
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James Richardson has had a passion for the Volkswagen marque for many years and currently owns both air-cooled and water-cooled models. His spare time is spent researching and writing about the history of Volkswagen and its cars. James has amassed an enviable hoard of archive material over the years and continues to search out material relating to all models of Volkswagen. He is a resident of Cumbria, England.
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