1943 KdF Beetle Type 60 for sale

A trickle of KdF Beetles were made between 1937 and 1944, most of which were supplied to local officials ­– and incredibly, this is one of them and it’s coming up for sale at a US auction in June with an estimate of $275,000-$350,000 (£190,000-£240,000).

Stroke Charity VW Caddy up for grabs

When Jay Mcgreneghan’s dad suffered a stroke in 2012 leaving him severely disabled, he bought a specially converted Mk1 VW Caddy and used it to raise stroke awareness and fundraise for the Stroke Association.

Mk2 Scirocco is 35 years old

It’s 35 years old this year, but with its curvy rump and uncluttered design the Mk2 Scirocco is sill pleasing on the eye. Here’s how it came about and some quick tips on how to pick a good one…

Dubs at the Park show report

This great one day show is held in the grounds of Easthampstead Park House in Berkshire and offers a relaxed day out for air and water cooled fans alike. Alex T went along to check out Dubs at the Park 2016.

‘Modern’ classics at risk

According to a European classic car organisation, eighties, nineties and ‘noughties cars run the risk of disappearing from our roads unless manufacturers act now to ensure the future availability of electronic components.

VW Polo Mk4/5 Buying Guide

For a classy and soon to be classic runaround, look no further than the third and fourth generation or Polo Mk4/5 made between 1994 and 2003. Officially designated the 6N/6N2, they are buttons to buy, cheap to maintain and easy to tweak if the fancy takes you. There’s lots of badly neglected ones out there … Continued

The GTi legacy

As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first Golf GTi, we had a swift look back at other equally ‘hot’ VWs that have displayed that iconic three-letter emblem…

Which wheels will fit my VW Beetle?Beetle Wheels Header

Swapping factory rims for something a bit more interesting is often the first step many of us take on the long and usually winding road to making our cars stand out, sit better and generally look a whole lot nicer. So what are the wheel options when it comes to the VW Beetle?