By on May 7, 2018

1972 VW Super Beetle in Colorado wrecking yard, RH front view - ©2018 Murilee Martin - The Truth About CarsFrom 1938 through 2003, Volkswagen Type 1s rolled off assembly lines on five continents, and they sold very well in the United States well into the 1970s. I see many of them in my junkyard travels, but many more have gone unphotographed to The Crusher.

Now that I see only a few discarded air-cooled Beetles each year, I’m making more of an effort to document them. Here’s a ’73 Super Beetle in a Denver yard. (Read More…)

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