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Introduced in the 1950s, the iconic Volkswagen Bus quickly became synonymous with the counterculture movement and a symbol of the hippie era.
The Volkswagen Type 181, commonly known as the "Volkswagen Thing" in the United States, was a compact, off-road utility vehicle produced by Volkswagen from 1968 to 1983.
The Volkswagen Type 147, famously known as the "Fridolin" or "Kurierwagen," holds a significant place in the history of Volkswagen and automotive design.
The Volkswagen Bus, also known as the Type 2, has garnered several nicknames and alternative names throughout its history.
SCAT VW is proud to highlight customer builds like this VW Bug with a SCAT VW engine.