Volkswagen Beetle Pick-Up

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Code: CU0007

  • Ferdinant Porsche designed the Volkswagen prototype (car of the people) in 1934-36, according to the Nazi Party's wish, and in 1937, DAIMLER-BENZ produced a series of 30 pilot cars. A team of Allied investigators and Henry Ford II ruled that the VW (nicknamed KAUAFER "SKATHARI") would not have a commercial future, but nevertheless it became the most successful car in automotive history, surpassing even FORD "MODEL T".
  • In its political version the beetle has excelled since 1964 to date, as it has been produced in more than 34,000,000 pieces in 12 different versions. Its mechanical parts were used by many manufacturers who produced other cars of different design. Finally, in America, the Beetle's air-cooled flat engine was used in lightweight single-seater helicopters. You can see such an engine in full operation, without the Helix.
  • The beetle was launched with 1200cc, 1300cc, 1500cc, 1600cc, 1800cc, 2000cc, 2200cc and 2400cc engines with maximum horsepower up to 300hp always air cooled, 4-cylinder with dual carburetor but / and spraying. Today the engine continues to be produced with catalytic technology in Brazil.
  • This car has undergone structural modifications to this unique edition from the Technical Department of the Museum and is a unique prototype that is not present in another collection in the world surpassing the VW and the first pick-up van VW Beetle in the world with luxurious materials such as the mahogany loading platform.