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VW Beetle Body Panels

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  1. Bonnet  fits Beetle,Beetle Cabrio
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    Bonnet

    111-823-031/A

    Product Vehicle Years
    Beetle 1960 - 1967
    Beetle Cabrio 1960 - 1967
    Quantity:
    £307.96 £256.63
    Only 2 Available
  2. Bonnet for 1303 Only  fits Beetle,Beetle Cabrio
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    Bonnet for 1303 Only

    133-823-031/AR

    Product Vehicle Years
    Beetle 1973 - 1979
    Beetle Cabrio 1973 - 1979
    Quantity:
    Was £179.95 £149.96 Now £161.54 £134.62
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  3. Wing Front Left  fits Beetle,Beetle Cabrio
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    Wing Front Left

    111-821-021/C

    Product Vehicle Years
    Beetle 1953 - 1967
    Beetle Cabrio 1953 - 1967
    Quantity:
    £383.95 £319.96
    Only 4 Available

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VW Beetle Body Panels

Whether through accident damage, rust or just in the course of a restoration, there is a high chance all old VW Beetles will require some classic Beetle panels at some time or other. So whether it is something as simple as a replacement Beetle wing, VW Beetle heater channels, a pair of classic Beetle doors or even something as specialist as a new Oval Window decklid, VW Heritage has what you are looking for.

You might be a seasoned professional Beetle restorer or a first timer taking your first steps on a classic Beetle restoration, if you want to do the job right, the friendly, knowledgeable staff at VW Heritage are here to help. We have a comprehensive range of air-cooled Beetle parts and Beetle panels that will help you finish your restoration and get your Beetle back on the road as soon as possible. From VW Beetle heater channel quick repair panels through Volkswagen Beetle closing panels to rear crossmember repair panels, we have all the parts you could ever need to resurrect the most vulnerable part of your classic air-cooled Beetle.

VW Beetle Repair Panels
If – heaven forbid - things have gone further still, we also have VW Beetle inner wheel arch repair panels, Beetle bumper mount panels, Volkswagen Beetle floorpan halves and sections, classic Beetle front valances and anything up to complete VW Beetle rear quarter panels, together with all the clips, grommets, latches and catches you might require. Our top quality Beetle panels cater for both minor repairs and full restorations, and we source our classic Beetle restoration parts and panels from all over the world, ensuring we can offer you the highest spec Beetle repair panels available.

We here at Heritage Parts Centre are dedicated to offering a one-stop shop for all your VW parts and accessories, whether you be at the very start of a Beetle restoration or on the home straight looking for the last classic Beetle body parts and air-cooled Beetle panels to finish the job. Heritage Parts Centre have been sourcing and supplying VW Body Parts, Volkswagen Genuine Parts, VW Beetle Engines, Beetle Restoration Parts, Air Cooled VW Engine Parts and everything thing you need to complete your Beetle Restoration since 1986. You can trust our enthusiast sales team to help you buy the right Top Quality Volkswagen Parts Online.

VW Beetle History

History of the VW Beetle

October 1935 saw the first Type 60 prototype, known as the "V1" ready. By 1936, testing of the first three "V3" prototypes, built in Porsche's Stuttgart shop, began. By 1937 Thirty "W30" pre-production models, manufactured by Daimler-Benz, had undergone 1,800,000 mi (2,900,000 km) of further testing.

All cars already had the distinctive round shape and the air-cooled, rear-mounted engine.Hitler's plan had been that the new car would be affordable to everyone, and introduced a form of part payment for them, not dissimilar to that of the “Green-Shield” system. Consumers would purchase a “Sparkarte” (a savings card) at a cost of 1 Reichsmark, the equivalent of about 30p, or around 40 US cents.


Following the purchase of the Sparkarte, they were obliged to buy at least 5 Reichsmark of stamps per week, this worked out at roughly £1.35 or $2 USD. The average Germans salary at the time was around 32 Reichsmark a week. The sum total payable for the basic car was 990 Reichsmark. Read more >>>