A Picture Review of the
Volkswagen Beetle

From 1932 to 1960

The People's Car

Please Note
The web site http://www.dastank.com/VW-Volkswagen-1932-1960
which shows up on this search engine has been stolen from my Volkswagen site.
I have contacted the owner of dastank.com but he will not answer my messages
He feels that it is just find to use someone else's work which I call stealing.
That is one site I would avoid dealing with. If he steals web sites
just think what he does to his customers.



 

A history of the Volkswagen logo in four points

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I have owned many Volkswagen's starting 
and ending with the ones shown above.
When I started this page I thought a lot about whether or not I would include the front engine/front wheel drive models.
I decided to limit the page to the older air cooled rear 
engine models that I remember so well

 

 
A complete history of the Volkswagen Please click here.
There are many complete histories of this car posted
that I felt that I couldn't do it justice.
I'll just start it with the following.

It all began at the end of the summer of 1933 when Ferdinand Porsche was summoned to the Hotel Kaiserhof in Berlin for a meeting with the dictator.  Porsche had an outstanding reputation as an engineer. He had been chief designer for Daimler-Benz, Auto-Union, and now had his own engineering consultation firm. In a private conference, Hitler told the engineer his plans for a car.
Read the rest of the story by clicking on the link above.

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 I would like to invite any one that has a favorite Volkswagen picture or a Web Page
that they would like added to this page to E mail me a copy.
John MacDonald 

  This page was last updated on Dec 18, 2013

This page is now in Four sections
This page and three others

Volkswagen 1961 to 1967
Volkswagen 1968 to 1973
Volkswagen 1974 to 1979

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"Spencer's Home for Battered Bugs"
Jeff wants to spread the words of good sound technical advice on Aircooled VW's. You can either try his Facebook Page and hope he gets the message or email me and I'll make sure he gets
the message.
He has a very extensive parts supply, both used and new and does repair work for anyone that 
can get their car to his shop.

 
 
The 1941 Volkswagen Model 87 prototype 4 wheel drive
This Model 87 is owned by Victor Ma, a Volkswagen collector from Hong Kong
The car is one of 3 VW877 prototypes, build by the Porsche work shop in 1941.
Victor has many other Volkswagen's besides this one including a
1942 VW 166 prototype which was built by Porsche, two VW 82, one 1943, 
one 1945, and two 1943 VW 82e.
Fow more information on these and many other early Volkswagens as well as a complete 
history of the early Volkswagen's go to this page http://www.tankmodel.com/VW82e.htm


 
Name plate from Victor's 1941 Volkswagen Model 87 prototype
Victor is continually trying to improve his Type 877. 
Here is shows the correct 150 deg air filter pipe
Victor just added  aa new twin belt picture, this kit use on all VW 87, 877 and 128,166. It is very heavy duty.
He got this from a German collector. 
Victor just added an original steering wheel.
He bought it in Germany and it was confirmed by both 
Porsche and Volkswagen. Only the horn button is not original. 
The car now is 95% original
This front axle is very very rare, it is only use at 10 prototype, Including some 86, 87, 877 and few 128.
You can see the front cable brake hole is 45 deg, the 166 use 
90 deg hole, it is much better, than cable brake will not touch the front half shaft outer.
Today you may only find 2 this early Porsche type axle in the world, another one was used in a very early 128.
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A few other items of Victor's war time collection.  The war time collection
 


 Victor Ma, a Volkswagen collector from Hong Kong wanted me to pass the following along to my visitors. It has to do with 
ordering parts on line from an unknown source. We all know this can be risky but in some cases for cars like the one shown above there isn't much choice. The following is from Victor and pretty well explains what he went through. He realizes that he has lost the money that was paid out but just wanted to make sure that other people don't go through the same thing.
He is what Victor want to tell everyone that visits this page. I don't know what the answer is and we all know that most people selling parts in this way are honest but as Victor found out, not all are.
It all started when he advertised for a need part. 

I put "wanted" VW Kdf VW 87.166 Parts at many classic VW web and Mr Pedro Duran from Spain use the account take103@hotmail.com to e mail me that he got some front axle, gear box and rear hub gear from a lot of VW parts bought from Franch etc.Total Euro 5000, Because I got many Hub gear box already, so no need that 2 parts, he say the best price is Euro 4000 for front axle and rear gear box.
He show me pictures of all parts, Kdf logo and even show wooden box with parts inside and my address and a sticker with my name sticking out side of the wooden box.
He provoded me a Tel No.34 633567376, and address ,Manuel C / San Manuel Nº 3. Madrid-28011 in Spain . but because he told me that he could only use Spanish, he could not use English, so I tell my German shipping Co to call him, the Tel number works before I pay him, they talk on the phone about this 2 wooden boxes, I wanted to give payment via paypal, but he told me that he has no paypal A/C. He told me to transfer cash into this Bank A/C 
Bank name : La Caixa
Adress bank: Escofina nº19. Madrid.
SWIFT CODE: CAIXESBB
IBAN: ES16 2100 4025 0622 0004 1597
I paid Euro 2000 twice in two different transaction into the same account due to the tax rate of Spain.He told me every thing and give me many nice picture, looks he got all parts.
this is why I belive it is ture, after payment on friday,( 15/6/2012 ) he replied on the same day, he told me that he belive he will receive money on 18th this month. if OK he will call my German shipping Co in their Country, Ever since that I have never heard from him, and German shipping Co at Spain office e mail him, called him imstead of reaching him it appears to be voice mail, no more reply , near 2 week already.
I know I will lose all Euro 4000, ( my Kid paid twice from HK Bank to his Bank A/C at 15/6/2012 ) I hope all VW lover can be aware of this person, he will show you all parts picture, nice picture,wooden box with your address, but all not ture.When payment is completed, no goods will be received and all attempts to contact the seller will be unsuccessful.
Anyone attempts to deal with this person should use all the caution possibleI belive many classic Kdf VW lover will vist classic VW web.



This is a small sample of the art work done by Cheri' Ben-Iesau,   ARIODANTE CREATIVE CRAFTS GALLERY,
535 Julia St, New Orleans, LA
Other works will be displayed as they become available.

 
The 1950  Tempo Matador
These vans are not Volkswagens but they used the Volkswagen Engine in post war production.
The first series of pictures is a camper van. This is a 1950 Tempo based campervan. 
It is based on a 1950 Tempo Matador 24,5 HP. VW Engine
The second van shown is a 1950 Tempo Matador Van
Maurice Klok of the Netherlands has given me permission to use these pictures.
Both of these vehicles are offered for sale on his web site.
http://www.kieftenklok.nl/
And detailed pictures of each can be seen at
http://picasaweb.google.com/www.kieftenklok.nl/VidalEnSohnTempoMatadorHcohraumkastenwagen#
http://picasaweb.google.com/www.kieftenklok.nl/1950tempocamper#

 
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
1950 Tempo based campervan
And that Volkswagen Engine
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van
1950  Tempo Matador Van

And now the Volkswagens


 1932 Volkswagen Beetle Type 12 (Zundapp Prototype)
1933 Tatra V570 
 
This car is not a Volkswagen even though it looks much like one.
The T97 was designed in 1933 as a smaller alternative to the large T87. Instead of a V8, it was powered by a 1.8-litre flat-four engine. With engine power of 29.4 kilowatts (40.0 PS/39.4 bhp) the car could achieve top speed of 130 kilometres per hour (81 mph).[1] The design was also simplified, using just two headlights instead of three, a single-piece windscreen, and an overall smaller body. Production of the car was canceled after the Nazis annexed Czechoslovakia in 1938, possibly to avoid comparison with the KdF-Wagen (see below). At that time, 508 cars were built. In 1946, production resumed, but the new communist government quickly dropped the T97 in favor of the cheaper to build and overall 'more communistic' Tatraplan, which was named after the Communist Planned Economy.Wikipedia
 193x Volkswagen Beetle Series 3
193x Volkswagen Beetle Series 3 Cabriolet
 
 
 193x Volkswagen Beetle V-1 Experimental Chassis
1932 Volkswagen Beetle Type 12Sv
 
 
 1933 Volkswagen Beetle Type 32 NSU
1936 Volkswagen Beetle Daimler-Benz Cabriolet
 
 
 1936 Volkswagen Beetle Type 60
 1936 Volkswagen Beetle Type 60
 
 
 1936 Volkswagen Prototype
1936 Volkswagen Prototype
 
 
 1937 Volkswagen Beetle Type 60
 1937 VW Cabriolet
   
 1937 Volkswagen
 1937 Volkswagen Beetles Type 30
 
 
 1937 VW  30 Chassis Floor Pan
 1937 VW Kubelwagen Type 62 Stuka Prototype
 
 
  1937 Volkswagen
  1937 Volkswagen
 
 
  1937 Volkswagen
 1937 Volkswagen
 
 
  1937 Volkswagen
1938 Volkswagen Beetle Type 60
 
 
 1938 VW Kubelwagen Prototype
1938 VW Model 38
 
 
 1938 Volkswagen Beetle
1938 Volkswagen Beetle
 
 
 1938 Volkswagen Beetle
1938 Volkswagen Beetle 
 
 
 1938 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
 1938 Volkswagen Beetle Type 60
   
 1939 VW KdF Wagon
 1939 VW KdF Wagon Ad
 
 
 1939 VW KdF Wagon Ad
 1939 VW KdF Wagon Ad
 
 
 1939 VW KdF Wagon Prototype
 1939 VW KdF Wagon Design Drawing
 
 
 1939 VW KdF Wagon Type 825 Pickup
 1939 VW KdF Wagon Cabriolet
 
 
 1939 VW Kubelwagen Tank Trainer
 1939 VW Kubelwagen Type 155 Half Track
 
 
 1939 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet
1942 Volkswagen 4 Wheel Drive Beetle Type 87 
 
 
 1944 Volkswagen Beetle Type 877
 1945 Volkswagen Beetle
 
 
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1944 Schwimwagen
1944 Schwimwagen
This Schwimwagen won both Best of Show and Best Special Interest Vehicle at the Kelly Park VW Show, April 21, 2007
in San Jose, CA.  It is owned by Mark Merrill of San Jose. CA.
This vehicle will actually swim at about 6 knots per hour, but the owner says it slowly fills with water. It has a 36 HP engine
Note location of muffler. It had a cable pulled from rear seat to raise prop drive which was disengaged for land travel. It is 4x4 also.
Every year on the Friday before the Kelley Park show, Mark Merrill has an open house at his shop. This link will take you to a forum showing all of his other Volkswagens. He has quite the collection.
These pictures were posted on this forum by Hotrodheb.
This picture was submitted by Jerry Longden, Santa Rosa, CA

 
 1945 Volkswagen Beetle
 1946 Volkswagen Beetle
 
 
 1946 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet Prototype
 1946 Volkswagen Beetle Pickup
 
 
 1946 Volkswagen Beetle Roadster
 1946 Volkswagen Beetle Test Car
 
 
 1947 Volkswagen Beetle
 1947 Volkswagen Beetle
 
 
 1948 Volkswagen Beetle
 1949 Volkswagen Beetle
 
 
 1949 Volkswagen Beetle
 1949 Volkswagen Beetle
 
 
 1949 Volkswagen Beetle Hebmuller Cabriolet Type-14a
 1949 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet
 
 
 1949 Volkswagen Beetle Hebmuller Cabriolet Type-14a
1949 Volkswagen Hebmller Cabriolet 
 
 
1950 VW Beetle Convertible
1950 VW Beetle Deluxe Sunroof Sedan
   
 1950 VW Beetle Hebmuller Cabriolet
 1951 Volkswagen Beetle by Colborne Baber
 
 
 1951 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
 1951 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
 
 
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1951 Volkswagen Deluxe Beetle 
This car is owned by James Bauer, Oakland, CA
1951 Volkswagen Beetle
This picture was submitted 
by George Pachernegg of Germany.
It is part of a deck of cards which he had 
when he was quite young and still has today
To view the complete set of these card use the link at the bottom of this page
 1952 VW Beetle Karmann Kabriolett
 1952 Volkswagen Beetle
 
 
 1952 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
 1952 VW Beetle Standard Sedan
 
 
1952 VW Beetle Stoll Coupe
1952 VW Hebmuller Beetle Type-18A Polizei Cabriolet
   
 1953 Volkswagen Beetle
 1954 Volkswagen Beetle
 This car is offerd for sale on Chicago Classis Cars  This car is offerd for sale on Chicago Classis Cars
 1954 Volkswagen Beetle 1200
 1954 Volkswagen 
This car is offerd for sale on Chicago Classis Cars
1955 Volkswagen 1200
1955 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
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1955 Volkswagen 1200
1955 VW 1 Millionth Celebration 
 
 
1956 Volkswagen 1200
1956 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
1956 VW Beetle Karmann Convertible
1956 VW Beetle Karmann Convertible
 1956 Volkswagen
1956 Volkswagen
 
 
1956 Volkswagen
1956 Volkswagen
 1957 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
 1957 VW Beetle Deluxe Sunroof Sedan
   
 1957 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
 1957 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
 This car is offered for sale on Old Bug.Com  This car is offered for sale on Old Bug.Com
 1957 VW Rometsch Coupe
 1957 VW Rometsch Coupe
 
 
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 1958 VW Beetle Body Paint Shop
 1958 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
 
 
 1958 VW Beetle Karmann Convertible
 1958 VW Beetle Passenger Train
 
 
1958 VW Beetle Test Car
1959 VW Beutler Coupe
   
1959 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
1959 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
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 1959 VW Beetle Deluxe Sedan
 1959 VW Type II Station Wagon
 This VW was owned by the author of this page's brother. 
He owned the car from 1963 to 1970
 
1959 VW Beetle
1959 VW Beetle
   
1959 VW Beetle Interior
1960 VW Beetle Sunroof
   
 1960 VW Beetle Deluxe Sunroof Sedan
 1960 VW Beetle Deluxe  Sunroof Sedan
 
 
1960 VW Beetle Deluxe Sunroof Sedan
1960 VW Beetle Deluxe Sunroof Sedan
   
1960 VW Karmann Beetle Cabriolet Conversion Dutch Police
1960 Volkswagen Beetle {Germany}
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If anyone has any comments please use the e mail link below

This is a very special picture submitted to me by Jeffrey Foulk.
Jeffrey had the following to say about those picture.
"My father served in the US Army Air Corps during the latter part of WWII, and was stationed in the southern portion of
Germany in late 1945-1947. He was a Captain, and
oversaw the disposition of German aircraft. He passed
away several years ago, and we found some undeveloped
B&W negatives in his effects. I tried to have a couple
of local photo shops develop the negatives into prints, but they were unwilling due to the age.

Fast forward to today, my son is taking photography in his sophomore year of high school and we decide to risk letting him develop the negatives in the photo lab. Lo and behold, some cool pics of my dad and some even cooler pics of vehicles and surroundings.

If you will notice, it appears as if the GI's in the photo are constructing a dock out of some old fuel drums and wood. To the left of the picture, and behind the dock structure, it looks to me like there is a VW convertible. The headlights appear to be on, not in, the front fenders, and if you look UNDER the dock the sweep of the running board and front fender make it appear to similar to the 30's vintage cabriolets on your  site...comments? "
 

The Volkswagens shown below are owned by 
Tim and Lora Hall of Owensboro, KY USA
Lora had the following to say about these cars.

"This story could be lengthy.  I hope it will keep your interest.  Actually my husband, Tim Hall has been involved with VW's for 25 years +. We have had many daily drivers over the years.  In our younger days we were in to off road riding.  We both had our own rail buggies. His was a one seater and mine a two seater. They had big motors and I could go where ever the guys lead me. My buggy was awesome. I do miss those days.  But life does change as we age.

    Now Tim is mainly collecting vintage cars.  It all began with a purchase of four vintage cars at once. I have attached a pix of them when we got them home. Tim knew of these cars for 20 years before he had an opportunity to purchase them. He got these (4) cars and (8) truck loads of NOS parts. I said that he won the "Volkswagen Lottery". Our friend Larry called it the "Mother Lode". No matter what we called it, it was the talk of the VW world around here. People were calling and dropping by just to see what all Tim got. 

  The green car is a 1951, Red is 1952 Zwitter and the Caramel & Creme is a 1955. The 1955 is the first one he completed because it was in the best shape of these (4). It was a one owner. It is mine, then he completed the 1952.  These cars are restored to original but the 1951 is a different story. This one is the "fun" car. It has his dune buggy motor in it. He had sold everything to do with off roading, except the motor.
It has a 2165 cc.

  He has many other in line to be completed.  The last of the "Mother Lode" collection is a 1947.  It started out in pretty bad shape. It would not be worth restoring if it were not his oldest car.  It is in progress, but it is about 75% complete. He also has a 1959 Karmann Ghia, it is at a body shop and has been there for a long time. Our friend that is working on it, he just works on it between customer's work.

Here is a list of all the cars he has right now. The ones that are not restored are in line to be. It may take him the rest of his life. But that is his plan. These are the collection cars, and they are not for sale.
1947 
1951 The Surf Board car.
1952 Zwitter the red one.
1953 Zwitter
1954
1955 Slide sunroof
1955 this is the Caramel & Creme one.
1956 Slide sunroof
1957 Slide sunroof
1959 Low light Ghia"

1947, 1951, 1952 and 1955

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This page and three others

Volkswagen 1961 to 1967
Volkswagen 1968 to 1973
Volkswagen 1974 to 1979

 
 
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