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VW Beetle Body Parts & Floorpan Fittings

This page contains only body fittings & parts, such as trim, windows, locks & latches. If you're looking for sheet metal repair panels then please click here.

If you're looking for rubber seals for the doors or windows, then please click here.

Buy your Beetle body parts here!

With classic VW Beetles becoming ever more valuable, people are taking better care of them and ensuring the classic Beetle spares and Beetle car parts they use on them are the best quality available. We here at VW Heritage understand that and so stock a wide selection of air-cooled Beetle body parts, VW Beetle body trim and classic Beetle parts for all models of the classic Volkswagen Beetle.

So, whether you are undertaking a full VW Beetle restoration or simply looking to replace a broken or damaged trim part, we have all your classic Beetle restoration parts here. From replacement Beetle side trim to Volkswagen Beetle door handles, the majority of our VW Beetle body trim is produced by the OE manufacturer in bright anodised aluminium. We stock Beetle bonnet badges and crests, Beetle side trim and classic Beetle running board trim in various widths to suit different years, as well as stainless steel running board trim for those that simply have to have the best quality product available. Naturally, VW Heritage also have all the clips, bungs and seals required for fitting, and even genuine VW running board covers for the discerning restorer.

On top of all this, we also stock Beetle decklid and bonnet vent trims, horn grilles and a variety of aftermarket dress-up parts, including finger plates, Beetle stone guards and eyelids for those looking to add a little extra pizzazz to their Volkswagens.

We even have the reproduction oil bath air cleaner stickers and tyre inflation information decals for the perfect finishing touch to your classic Beetle restoration.

VW Beetle floorpan restoration

If you have taken things a step further and are undertaking a Beetle body-off restoration, we are here to help you out. When it comes to classic Beetle floorpan restoration parts, from the correct replacement nuts and bolts through to a range of VW Beetle floorpan seals, rubber boots, chassis grommets and other hard to find Beetle spares. We even have a limited stock of complete, ready built Beetle chassis in stock!

Classic Volkswagen replacement glass

Alongside the standard Beetle parts you may require, we also have a comprehensive selection of Volkswagen Beetle window glass, from standard replacement Beetle windscreens to tinted, heated VW Beetle windscreens and all the other glass parts, as well as hard to find Beetle sunroof repair parts and classic Beetle heater system parts. So in short, if you need VW Beetle parts for your Volkswagen restoration, VW Heritage have got everything you need. If it's a body or floorpan part, you'll find it in this section, if you're looking for sheetmetal repair panels, visit the 'panels’ section, or simply call up one of our dedicated customer service team on 01273 444 000 who will be happy to advise you.

History Of The VW Beetle

By the end of 1946 10,020 Beetles (including a few Kommadeurwagens) had been made, so he was close to the original target. Changes over the year were minimal, mostly simple manufacturing changes with production methods being changed. Tyres however did gain ½” in width, and cardboard sound deadening was fitted to the engine bay.

In 1947 the Beetle was debuted at Hannover fair, and was met with a excited reception, previously the majority of the cars had been for military use, with only a few exceptions going to civilians. It was around this time that Dutchman Ben Pon appeared on the scene (Pon is credited with coming up with the concept for the VW Type 2). He saw a future in exporting the new VW to the Netherlands, and ordered 6 cars.

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