Audi’s first-ever straight-five engine was an evolution of the Golf’s four-cylinder.
What car(s) can you identify in this picture?
This survivor Beetle is wearing four decades’ worth of dings, dents, and scratches.
We’d take the seafoam green Beetle — how about you?
At launch, the original Beetle Jeans was exclusively offered in yellow with blue, denim-like upholstery.
Every GSR was delivered with a list of specialty shops that were approved by Volkswagen to tune the Beetle’s flat-four mill,
The Golf GTI G60 used a supercharger with G-shaped compression channels.
The seller hopes his Renaults will go to enthusiasts who will restore them back to their former glory.
Likely built in 1963, this Beetle spent nearly four decades in a car port in Salt Lake City, Utah, before it vanished.
We’ll take the blue International Scout and the beat-up Beetle. How about you?