Type 1 VW Beetle
Find out more about VW's first
In our knowledge base, you can find a lot of useful information, including buyers guides for various classic VWs, our engine and gearbox codes reference - to help make sure you order the right parts for your vehicle - as well as product information and fitting guides.
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Type 2 T2 Bay Bus
Details of the second generation of the VW Transporter
Mk1 Golf Information
VW's biggest selling model is the Golf, & it all started here
The Lowdown On Oil
Oil is the lifeline of your engine. Read this guide to be sure you're using the right stuff.
Chrome Plating Information
Read all about our grades of chrome plated items, and the expected lifespan of each.
Meyle HD Suspension Products
Read why we recommend our range of MEYLE high durability parts.
With so many years of Volkswagen production, it's sometimes difficult to know exactly which year car you have. After 1955, the Volkswagen production years run from August to July so a car built in August 1967 is actually a 1968 model! To help with this, we have compiled lists of VW chassis numbers for various vehicles, to help you to reference.
It's quite rare nowadays to find a classic Volkswagen Beetle or VW Camper still fitted with its original engine. Because of the simplicity of the flat 4 layout it was sometimes easier to just replace the entire engine rather than fault finding and repairing. Therefore if you want to buy parts for your Volkswagen Beetle or Bus engine then please check your engine number. The same is also true of the Type 25 (T3) Bus, as it was originally fitted with four different kinds of engine and also for the T4, with a wide range of engines that were regularly updated. These guides will ensure that we get the right parts out to you first time, and get you back on the road.
We try and make things as clear as possible in our part descriptions, but it's not always easy. We often receive questions regarding the various finishes we offer on our chrome plating and the warranty that covers them.
Oil is the lifeline of your engine, especially for the air cooled models which rely heavily on oil for cooling purposes. Therefore it is very important to ensure you're using the correct oil for your VW engine. Use our informative reference guide to help you make the right choice.