1969 Osaka vintage desert Buggy

Specifications

  • 1970
  • € 27500,-
  • 61.844 KM
  • 1102270426
  • 93 HP
  • Red original gel coat
  • sportseats black skaI leather
  • Manual
  • margin

model history

VW Buggies finds its origins in California, in the 1960s a group of eager surfers came up with the idea of ​​removing the bodywork from a VW Beetle, to replace it with a light weighted, open body. Within a bit of time, car manufacturers decided to follow the group of surfers. The car manufacturers designed their own modern version of the buggy that still retained the characteristic open design. The 70’s is called the decade of the buggies. They were a hot item all over the world, especially countries with a warm climate. Driving on beaches, in the forest. Buggies are always looking for adventures. The reason why they became so popular was because people could unleash their creativity by customizing their own buggy.

These evolutions created a subculture of buggy lovers.

VW buggies are timeless and represents an important part of automotive history. Because it’s simple design, off-road capabilities and sense of freedom, Buggies has conquered hearts of car lovers around the world.

Now that you gained more knowledge of the history, it’s time to create your own historic buggy. Get inspiration from vintage buggies in our studio, run through your head and sprinkle your own touch.

It’s time to discover adventure, your buggy will guide you on this journey.

our car

This survivor has not changed anything in the past 50 years, we bought this Viking a few years ago in this vintage condition, everything is great about this dune buggy, it has a fantastic amount of horsepower and with this IRS system it drives unparalleled.

such a beautifully preserved buggy, there is no second one

options / information

  • Engine type 4 1.7  nr V0008722
  • Rear lights Porsche 908 gts
  • Wheels KPZ kronprinz 15 inc
  • Front 7 J
  • Rear 12 J
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