Win your wishlist this April

The competition where you pick the prizes is back! The VW Heritage wishlist competition has up to £1000 worth of parts up for grabs, but you’ve gotta put them into a wishlist to stand a chance of scooping them!

Meet the creator of the famous GTI ‘tartan’ at Volksworld!

Former VW design guru Gunhild Liljequist, who was the inspiration behind the iconic tartan GTi fabric and various other neat design touches, like the clever golf ball gearknob, is to make a special visit to this weekend’s Volksworld Show – and you can get a rare chance to meet her if you come to the VW Heritage stand…

Type 3 Karmann Ghia Fastback – one of a kind!

The success of the Karmann Ghia formula prompted Volkswagen to do it again with the Type 34 Karmann Ghia, based on the Type 3, which broke cover in 1961. It only lasted until 1969 but along the way there were some ultra cool looking prototypes, including a gorgeous fastback model which will be making a rare … Continued

Ultimate Dubs 2015 show review

We love this show; having attended since we started stocking watercooled parts over 6 years ago. However something was different this year, and perhaps it represents a change in the scene as a whole. 

VW Heritage customer down under buys a ’70 single cab VW bus

Having finished the restoration of his 1958 rag top Beetle and 1966 Type 3 Fastback, we knew it wouldn’t be long before regular VW Heritage customer Ross Clarke found another project… Having missed out a gorgeous Porsche 356 which just needed ‘tidying’, he’s ended up with an altogether more challenging new addition to his classic … Continued

Revo Test: 2005 Mk5 Golf GTi Dyno

Keen to keep up with the times VW Heritage have started working on more modern Volkswagen vehicles too, and as well as offering Revo performance software we can also supply and fit Milltek exhaust systems to make your newer Dub go even better. We spent an afternoon doing some testing, exploring the differences in both … Continued

Bond movie Buggy comes up for sale

James Bond fans will no doubt be familiar with the scene from the 1981 blockbuster For Your Eyes Only where a pair of menacing looking grey beach buggies try to run down Roger Moore and his love interest, Lisl, played by Cassandra Harris…