Whether it's your first foray into the hobby or one car purchase of many, the instantly recognizable VW Beetle makes for a great collector vehicle: You're almost guaranteed to find a reasonably priced example in good condition, and they're dead simple to work on. Hagerty magazine Executive Editor Stefan Lombard takes you through the ins and outs of vetting one of these cars before pulling the trigger.
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Volkswagen is one of the world’s largest automakers. It houses brands such as Audi, Porsche, and Bentley. But perhaps its best-known vehicle is the Volkswagen Beetle. Over its entire lifespan, Volkswagen sold over 22.5 million of all three versions of the Beetle. But in July of 2019, production one of the most iconic and important cars of all time came to an end.
In its 81-year run, the Beetle sold over 23 million units. In 2019 the final Beetle rolled off the line in Puebla, Mexico. After eight decades, has the Volkswagen Beetle finally hit the end of the road?
Scott Keogh, Volkswagen America CEO, says "never say never."
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