• VW Volkswagen Kombi For Sale 1977 with a reconditioned 2 Litre engine.

    She is the latest Kombi we have just finished restoring. She is a 1977 with a 2 litre engine and gearbox and she runs beautifully. Just picture yourself cruising around in her. She really does stand out in her beautiful beige paint and upholstery!
    AU $27,500.00
    238 watching
  • 1973 VW Kombi Brazilian Left Hand Drive

    Dont hesitate to ask about kombi. Box of direction and gear in excellent condition. Electric part with everything running. Bumpers in excellent condition and recently painted. Original and perfect lanterns and headlights.
    AU $28,800.00
    From Brazil
    18 watching
  • 1976 Kombi Poptop

    Original poptop canvas with insect screens replaced. Oztrail pull out awning fitted to poptop. If I was able, would happily & confidently take this vehicle around Australia. Minor rust starting to appear, not in serious locations.
    AU $28,500.00
    44 watching
  • Volkswagen VW 1600 Type 3 TLE Fastback 1972 4-speed Manual Classic Car

    1972 VW 1600 Type 3 TLE Fastback. Original steering wheel, wheels, etc. The seat covers are a set of two so you can put one on the driver's side too. 89000 km on the clock only. Lady owner. In running order.
    AU $12,990.00
    or Best Offer
    77 watching
  • 1978 VW volkswagen 181 SAFARI THING, RHD 1600cc PRICE REDUCED

    Year: 1978. The vehicle is in "Flag Military Green". The Black soft top is in original condition and there are removable doors and side curtains. There are full protection bars / bush bars around side, front and rear of vehicle.
    AU $39,500.00
    or Best Offer
    106 watching
  • VW Super Beetle 1971 Semi-Automatic

    For sale is a low mileage, very rare 1971 VW Super Beetle Automatic (Semi-Automatic clutchless manual). Powered by a 1600cc 4-cylinder VW engine.  Car is in excellent condition both inside and out. The vehicle is currently insured for $12,000. Registered until 13/02/2019. Please call or SMS 0422322663 for any enquiries.
    AU $9,800.00
    112 watching
  • VOLKSWAGEN 1972 VW CONVERTIBLE BEETLE SUPER BUG 6 MONTHS REGO PUR42W LOW KM

    6 MONTHS REGO. 1972 VW CONVERTIBLE BEETLE. MOTOR AND GEARBOX IN GREAT CONDITON. INTERIOR IS IN EXELLENT CONDITION. STARTS AND RUNS WELL.
    AU $9,500.00
    or Best Offer
  • Vw mk1 Golf GTI Cabrio

    Interior is in good original condition, paint is in good condition for age and there is no rust and the body is straight. Phone Scott on 0430109210.
    AU $3,700.00
    or Best Offer
    14 watching
  • New listingVw golf gti mk4

    Mk4 gti 167ks only. 2002 model.
    AU $4,500.00
    Local pickup
  • Volkswagen Kombi Camper

    Not split window
    AU $7,000.00
    0 bidsEnding 24 Sep at 16:03 AEST3d 22hLocal pickup
  • VW VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE FOR SALE 1972 SUPERBUG

    Have a look at our latest VW Beetle for sale. This is a 1972 1302 VW Superbug. This could be a great option for a first car. Don't buy a white good of a Toyota or Hyundai that will be worth half in 5 years.
    AU $7,990.00
    Local pickup
    57 watching
  • VW VOLKSWAGEN KOMBI VAN 1977 MANUAL EX ARMY 2.0lt MOTOR SEATING CAPACITY 8

    GOOD, CLEAN & ORIGINAL KOMBI'S, CAMPERVANS, MICRO-BUSES, PANELVANS & BEETLES. TOP MONEY PAID FOR THE RIGHT UNITS! It is fitted with a 2.0 Ltr motor & a genuine 2.0 Ltr manual Gearbox. It drives very well, has lots of power, gearbox feels good, the syncro's work fine & generally it is in quite good and original condition.
    AU $19,990.00
    Local pickup
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Volkswagen Collector Cars Post 1970

The two classic and most fondly thought of Volkswagen Collector Cars Post 1970 are undoubtedly the Beetle car and Kombi camper van. Their distinctive sound and shape became firmly etched in the minds of a few generations around the world for many years. For many Australians at home and abroad, Volkswagen Kombi camper vanning has been a rite of passage. With their metal dashboards and round dials, the experience of owning and driving one of these dubs is something you never forget. Other VW models first released in the 1970's, and many now consider them collectible cars, including early Golfs, Polos and Sciroccos. Volkswagen vehicles from that era are still on the road, and VW enthusiasts lovingly purchase and restore them.

Volkswagen Beetles

The Volkswagon Beetle car, in its classic form, is officially called the ‘Type 1’. Unofficially or colloquially, some call it the ‘Vee Dub Bug’. Let us not also forget Herbie, the Love Bug. Whatever you call it, there were over 21 million Type 1 Beetles manufactured worldwide during production. Australia’s own Volkswagen factory in Melbourne contributed to this number for a few decades until the mid-late 1970s. The original paintwork of Australian made Volkswagen vehicles is Aussie’s own Dulux paint, in colours not used elsewhere in the world. Key features of Volkswagen Beetles are their rear engines with 1100-1600 CC ratings and rear wheel drive. Transmission is manual or automatic. The Beetle saloon has two doors and seats four easily. There is also a convertible model for fun in the sun.

Volkswagen Kombis

Volkswagen Kombi cars or vans, also known as campers, have bariants including T2, T3 and T4 (T1 being the earlier prototype). They too have colloquial nicknames and are often affectionately known as the "hippy wagon." Modified four-door Kombis have manifested in various ways and for various uses over the years. Customised Kombi interiors transform them into campers, minibuses, and cargo vans. Campers with high roofs or pop-up tops give extra headroom. Rear engines reduce interior noise for front passengers. Engine sizes range from 1.6L to 2.0L, with three-speed automatic or four-speed manual transmissions. Two-three door vans with cabs and flatbed released in the 1970's offered a light commercial vehicle for tradespeople.

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