Volkswagen : cars people love

by Wagner, Max (Automotive journalist),

Format: Print Book 1998
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Carnegie Library of McKeesport Non Fiction Oversized Q 629.222 W125
Location  Carnegie Library of McKeesport
 
Collection  Non Fiction Oversized
 
Call Number  Q 629.222 W125
 
 
Summary
This volume follows the amazing history of the Volkswagen Beetle, the popular bug which has become an American icon. Starting with its beginnings in pre-World War II Germany and its introduction into the United States in 1949, the story of how it came to be embraced by the American motoring public unfolds. Also featured are the distinctive Karmann Ghia, the beautiful Hebmuller cabriolet, the Microbus, and the Type III Notchback, Squareback, and Fastback models. This absorbing tale, illustrated with 88 full-color photographs, comes to its conclusion with the debut of the sleek and racy New Beetle.
Additional Information
Subjects Volkswagen Beetle automobile -- History.
Volkswagen automobiles -- History.
Publisher New York, NY :Todtri,1998
Language English
Description 80 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 32 cm
ISBN 1577170830
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