Six are better: 1970 Volkswagen – Porsche 914-6

Do you think the 914 is more a Volkswagen than a Porsche? Actually it is exactly the opposite, both in the four and six cylinder versions. In the four-cylinder one because, until 1964, the cars produced by the Stuttgart factory (and before that in the Gmund factory) were all four-cylinder boxers, in the six-cylinder one… Read More Six are better: 1970 Volkswagen – Porsche 914-6

The special one: 1950 Volkswagen Typ 14A by Hebmüller

The Volkswagen Beetle too has its “Holy Grails”, which are generally of two types: the standard ones built up until 1945, and those modified by the Hebmüller bodywork. This body shop was already in the business of building horse-drawn carriages since the late 1800s, but it was not until the First World War that they began… Read More The special one: 1950 Volkswagen Typ 14A by Hebmüller