Here is a unique record of the Beetle's early evolution, chronicled by an English school teacher who spent 20 years digging through untapped sources, including archives he discovered at Porsche. Despite the plethora of books on this evergreen car, most of his material has never previously been published. The book - illustrated with over 300 photographs and designs, most of them not seen since origination - covers the period from the Porsche expose of 17 January 1934 until July 1945, with the final lists of experimental and test cars run by Porsche in Gmund, Austria.
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Chris Barber writes for Volksworld and Volkswagen Driver magazines. A German speaker, he has been able to access original documents, understand anecdotes and study the politics of the day at Stuttgart, Berlin and Wolfsburg. He lives at Ulm, in Germany, has driven air-cooled VWs for 40 years and still owns a Beetle for everyday use.
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Descripción Haynes Publishing, 2003. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX1859609597