Volkswagen entered the American marketplace in 1949 and was originally sold as a “Victory Wagon” (the name actually means People’s Car). In 1955, a total of one million VW Bugs (Or Beetles) were sold in total. The early advertising went from showing off how the car floats because it has a sealed steel bottom to Zsa Zsa Gabor loving the luxury of her limited edition Le Grande Bug.
And speaking of VW Bugs, Don’t miss K-EARTH 101’s Bugstock 2012 , taking place Sunday, March 25th at O.C. Marketplace. It’s going to be a great afternoon of family fun! And if you have a VW you’d like to enter into our Classic VW Car Show, click here.
The VW has a sealed steel bottom and is built to take some punishment. Plus it can pretty much float! All this for only $1999!
The VW has No radiator problems since it has no radiator and is cooled by air. Plus it’ll cut your gas bills in half!
Zsa Zsa Gabor loves her limited edition La Grande Bug.
Your Volkswagen won’t be one of the late model cars in the junk yard. With the Volkswagen Medi-car you get 4 free check-ups for your VW.
Classic 50s VW commercial. When you wash your Volkswagen every now and then you’ll never know its true age.
1958 VW Beetle Commercial -The Beetle has never been changed, only improved to make it work better.
The man who drives a snow plow drives his VW to get to it.
“Introducing the 1952, 1953, 54, 55, 56, 57, the 1958, 59, 60, 61, 1962, Volkswagen!”
The Beetle comes in automatic stickshift.
He came running back and will never leave his VW.