As well as the stock VW Ghia fuel tank, we also offer spun aluminium tanks for beach buggies and trikes and other custom projects. Plus a wide range of filler caps, fuel line components, gaskets and seals.
In addition to the original style 30 PICT and 34 PICT carbs, we also offer the finest performance units from brands such as Weber, EMPI & Scat – everything from single progressive carbs, right up to IDF/HPMX twins, for optimum power.
Again, a wide range, including standard pumps (both dymano and alternator versions), electric pumps and high performance rotary versions. Plus regulators, block offs, fuel line, clamps and T-pieces - everything in fact to repair or improve your Beetle’s fuel line. And remember, if you have a query about any of our fuel system parts – or if you can’t find the part you require – just click on the ‘live chat’ button or call our sales team on 01273 444 000 at any time during UK business hours.
The new prototype was delivered in secret to Karmann’s plant in Osnabruck, and in November of 1953 Karmann proudly unveiled the svelte coupe to Dr. Feuereisen, then VW vice-president and Heinz Nordhoff, the man who appointed by Major Ivan Hirst as his replacement as MD of VW. Feuereisen’s reaction was that of excitement, swiftly followed by a bout of typically German sensibility from Nordhoff.