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VW Beetle Cabrio Fuel & Induction

Buy your VW Cabriolet fuel system parts here.

Heritage Parts Centre offer a full range of parts for your Volkswagen Beetle convertible fuel system. Whether it’s a replacement Beetle Cabrio fuel pump, some VW Beetle Cabriolet fuel hose or a new soft top Beetle fuel line, we have what you are looking for. Perhaps you’re restoring a Cabriolet Beetle? In which case you might need a replacement VW Beetle Cabrio fuel tank, or a new fuel filler hose, or even just a locking fuel filler cap. All the Beetle Convertible fuel system parts you require are here under one roof.

We stock a range of Cabriolet Beetle fuel pumps, VW Beetle Convertible fuel filter kits and standard replacement Convertible Beetle Solex carburettors, along with an extensive selection of Beetle fuel system performance upgrades. So whether it’s a free flowing Beetle Cabrio air filter or a VW Cabriolet Beetle twin carb kit you’ll find it here.

To browse and buy the Beetle fuel system parts you need, just follow the links above, or read on for further information on our extensive range of Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet fuel system parts and accessories.

VW Beetle Convertible fuel tanks

Original VW Beetle Karmann Cabriolet fuel tanks are very well made, but you may still need to replace one if a car has not been used for a long period of time. We offer a range of replacement Cabrio Beetle fuel tanks, and all the pipes, hoses, seals and convertible Beetle fuel tank fittings you might need. We also in stock a wide range of VW Beetle Convertible filler caps, fuel gauge sender units and all other Volkswagen Beetle Convertible fuel system components.

Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet fuel pumps

Whether you are looking for a stock replacement Beetle Convertible fuel pump, a soft top Beetle fuel pump rebuild kit, a high performance VW Cabriolet Beetle rotary fuel pump or a high pressure Volkswagen Karmann Cabriolet fuel injection pump, we’ve got it, along with a huge selection of classic Beetle Convertible fuel filters and fuel pressure regulators suitable for all models of Beetle Cabriolet.

Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio carburettors

VW Beetle Convertible carburettors come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so please quote your engine number when buying a stock replacement Beetle Cabriolet carburettor. We hold stock of the original style 30 PICT or 34 PICT VW Beetle Convertible carburettor, as well as classic high performance single carburettor and Cabrio Beetle twin carb kits from EMPI and Weber.

If you have a question about any of our VW Beetle Cabriolet fuel system parts, or if you can’t find the part you require, click on the ‘live chat’ button or call our sales team on 01273 444 000 at any time during UK business hours.

History Of The VW Beetle

1954 also marked the birth of VW Mexico, who like the Brazilians, began production of CKD kits. The 1,000,000th Beetle was first made in 1955, and Nordhoff announced another price cut, the basic car was now 3790 DM, and the export 4700 DM with the range topping cabrio at 5990 DM. 279,986 Beetles were built in 1955, a gain of over 87,00 on the previous years production, 35,581 of these were sold to the US.

Some of the changes for the 55 model included larger brake light lenses, making use of the new twin filament bulbs (one for tail and one for stop lights). US market cars got flashing indicators, whilst all other markets still had semaphores or trafficators.

The 1956 model was largely unchanged from the previous years car, however all cars now featured tubeless tyres. Whilst production methods were getting more and more efficient, and VW’s workforce constantly growing, resulting in an annual production total of 395,690 cars, export sales were hit by the Suez crisis, with the canal being a major shipping route for export cars.

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