The famous Volkswagen Beetle is probably what most people think about when they think of Volkswagen. Only a few individuals are aware that in the 1970s, folks transformed their minor “bugs” into Super Buggers. The bugs-on-drugs looked like the VW Microbus’ younger brother, and these hybrid RVs were utilized for cross-country excursions.
The original Volkswagen Beetle was built in the 1930s, but The Super Bugger created a third-party firm that made and marketed the odd car for $6,000 in 1975 (about $32,000 today). They built a little living area behind the front seats out of fiberglass paneling, and those who loved to travel would put a mini-bedroom or a small kitchen inside for comfort.
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