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This technical wiki is aimed at classic Volkswagen enthusiasts. The objectives are to create an ever growing technical knowledge base, free for all to use, which will evolve as contributors join and add to the existing articles. The wiki is in its very early days but hopefully will eventually become an online place where people can find and share their knowledge of classic Volkswagen technical information.
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The Technical Pages
A bit of History
Volkswagen produced many air-cooled vehicles throughout its history before finally switching to water-cooled cars as many other car manufacturers around the world. Here is a list of those air-cooled beauties:
The different vehicles were very popular and loved by the general public. But some people went all the way and the Beetle and the other vehicles were customized. Several styles came to be known:
- The Cal Look
- The Resto Cal Look
- The German Look
- The French Look
- The Rat Rod
The Beetle was popular around the world. It had a different name in each language. Here is a list of those names.
Please if you submit a link make sure that you include a brief description. Links should also be organised by alphabetical order.
- VW shows and meets calendar: