Buying Guide Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Type 14 1955-1974

Buying Guide Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Type 14 1955-1974

Buying Guide Expert advice on the fabulous Type 14 Karmann Ghia from Volkswagen. The world has seemingly woken up to the charms of the small but stylish Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, but that makes it all the more important to get the best car for your money when looking at one of these coachbuilt beauties, some 444,300 of which were made in Osnabrück and a further 41,900 in Brazil. Report: Jack Grover.

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Volkswagen Beetle Buying Guide

Volkswagen Beetle Buying Guide

With steady values, get the right torsion-bar Bug and it will look after you. Words Russ Smith. Photography John Colley.

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1949 Volkswagen Type 14A Hebmüller

1949 Volkswagen Type 14A Hebmüller

Tony and Allison of T&A Motorcars Collection envisioned a unique triple-black Hebmüller sitting on Porsche rims and a large displacement engine. Words by Alex Arredondo.

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Tuned 3.2-litre engined 255bhp Volkswagen Golf Commercial Mk2

Tuned 3.2-litre engined 255bhp Volkswagen Golf Commercial Mk2

When Gordon Higgins got chatting with William Skelton of Dubnutz about creating something trick for his Volkswagen Golf Mk2 project the two ended up hatching quite the plan! Words: Si McNally. Photos: Ade Brannen.

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Track-ready 450bhp S3-powered VW Golf Mk1 1.8T 20V

Track-ready 450bhp S3-powered VW Golf Mk1 1.8T 20V

So far as race-spec Mk1s go John Rawsthorpe’s S3-powered example is as trick as they come! Words & photos: Jon Cass.

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Tuned R32-powered 256bhp VW Golf II

Tuned R32-powered 256bhp VW Golf II

William Skelton built both the R32-powered Mk2s on this month’s cover, but while this more-door masterpiece is about as subtle as they come the same can’t be said for his lairy van featured later on in the issue. Words: Si McNally. Photos: Ade Brannen.

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350bhp tuned Volkswagen Lupo GTI gets 2.0 TSI with K04 turbo, six-speed gearbox and Mk6 GTI Edition 35 interior upgrades

350bhp tuned Volkswagen Lupo GTI gets 2.0 TSI with K04 turbo, six-speed gearbox and Mk6 GTI Edition 35 interior upgrades

Built as a fitting tribute to his late father, Ray van de Berg’s brought together one of VW’s most potent powertrains with its very smallest of city cars to create this rather insane ‘Lupo R’… Words: Sam Preston. Photos: Ron V.

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Ultimate Volkswagen Golf 1.8T Mk4

Ultimate Volkswagen Golf 1.8T Mk4

Ultimate Mk4 1.8T. Just when you thought you'd seen everything done to a Mk4 Golf. Think again, yeah!   Neil Chapman took some drastic measures to breathe new life into his former daily drive, but since when have the best builds ever taken the easy route? Words: Alex Grant. Photos: Si Gray.

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We’ve created a monster 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4L TSIÒ A7 / Mk7

We’ve created a monster 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4L TSIÒ A7 / Mk7

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350bhp 1.8T-swapped wide-body Volkswagen Lupo from Sweden

350bhp 1.8T-swapped wide-body Volkswagen Lupo from Sweden

When Stefan Olsson bought a cheap Volkswagen Lupo for commuting, that was good enough for a few years. But his day job in boat-building, coupled with his enthusiasm for horsepower, soon awoke the angry pirate in him… Words: Daniel Bevis. Photos: Patrik Karlsson.

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