12V Door Jamb Decal

About this item
The ’67 Beetle was the first year of the 12V system. Let the world know just that with this correct door jam decal. This decal fits VWs from ’67 through ’79.

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Posted by Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I started 1967beetle.com. I also own Lane Russell, a leading supplier of VW parts for your classic Volkswagen restoration. I drive a '67 Beetle daily and love to share vintage Volkswagen stories with the world.

  1. Hi Eric,
    Currently I am checking the safety features , mechanical parts, wiring and all necessary items on my 67 VW beetle which I bought from my uncle few months ago. My problem is the reverse gear light cant on and I worried its might be failed during vehicle inspection by the authority. I bought a switch which cost at RM38.00 per piece from local spare part shop which have been in their stock for 10 years (batch 2003), but I am not sure to replace because I cant find where is the location to fix it. Can you give a kind of advice?

    Thank you,
    Zainal, Malaysia


    1. Zainal,
      If you’re talking about the reverse lights, there’s a switch at the nose cone of the tranny. I’ll let my partner Jay Salser chime in. Hope we can help!


  2. Robert Isenegger February 11, 2019 at 3:01 pm

    Where exactly does the 12 Volt Decal go on the Door Jam?


    1. Hello, Robert…Thank you for asking. There has been some confusion about Sticker placement. I will send photos by separate e-mail. The 12 Volt Sticker is placed on the Driver’s A Pillar, between the Upper Hinge Screw Plug and the Check Rod. My car still retains Factory interior paint–meaning that the Sticker never has been removed/changed. To double-check, I called Richard Marcoux who has a Factory all-original 1967 SunRoof Edition Beetle. The Sticker placement on his Beetle matches the placement on my Beetle. jay salser


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