The Volkswagen Fastback

1967 Volkswagen Fastback Type 3

1967 Volkswagen Fastback Type 3

 

1969 Volkswagen Fastback Type 3

1969 Volkswagen Fastback Type 3

 

1972 Volkswagen Fastback Type 3

1972 Volkswagen Fastback Type 3

 

Rare 4 Door Volkswagen Fastback Type 3

Rare 4 Door Volkswagen Fastback Type 3


How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive:
A Manual of Step-by-Step Procedures for the Compleat Idiot

First published in 1969, this classic manual of automotive repair equips VW owners with the knowledge to handle every situation they will come across with any air-cooled Volkswagen built through 1978, including Bugs, Karmann Ghias, vans, and campers.

Easy to understand and fun to read information. For novice and veteran mechanics alike. Anecdotal descriptions, and clear language, this book takes the mystery out of diagnostic, maintenance, and repair procedures, and offers some chuckles along the way.

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Samba Micro-Bus

In February of 1950 Volkswagen announced the release of a very convenient new vehicle called the "Delivery Van". Produced in numerous versions during its life time, the Samba micro-bus version was one of the most popular.

Loved by their owners, many of the micro-buses and vans can still be seen on the roads of countries throughout the world even today. Optional open or closed roof panel, US or Euro version bumpers and front signal lights. Full interior with opening front and side doors and rear hatch with detailed 1.2 liter air cooled engine. Decal with authentic factory markings. Molded in white and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.

Details on the Revell 1:24 Volkswagen T1 Samba Bus Model Kit and more.

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    that “rare” 4-door Type 3 is a fairly common VW 411

  2. Air Coole VW Love! says:

    Hmmm. Well I don’t know the numbers really. But define “rare” and “fairly common.” As far as my own experience goes? I have almost never seen this car out on the road or in a driveway that I passed.

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