Linas Barševičius Euro ’67 Beetle

Linas Barševičius Euro '67 Beetle
Recently shared with 1967beetle.com; Linas Barševičius, and his Euro ’67 VW Beetle.
Enjoy the short film.

In case you didn’t already know, the VW Beetle is one of the first rear-engined cars. With over 21 million manufactured (21,529,464) in an air-cooled, rear-engined, rear-wheel drive configuration, the Beetle is the longest-running and most-manufactured car of a single design platform, worldwide. The ’67 Beetle is also considered the “best year.”


Linas Barševičius Euro '67 BeetleThanks, Linas, for sharing your ’67 with 1967beetle.com.

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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. Couldn’t understand a thing, but love the vehicle. He’s done a good job!

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    1. My thoughts exactly. :)

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  2. Daddy Likes!

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  3. Would have liked to know what colour it was!

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  4. Very nice car! Labai gražus automobilis !

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  5. A VW1300 for 1967! It’s always startling to see the ’67 Beetle as it is in other parts of the World. It’s an education! Great video. jay

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  6. Richard A. (Dick) Diaz May 15, 2015 at 2:52 pm

    Very nice car! Good choice of music too! Can you imagine parking your prized vintage in storage like that? Probably not located near your home either!

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    1. I love how the film director blurred out the old VW Nazi symbol on his shirt. Just something I noticed. And yes, I’d never store my car there. :)

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      1. I recall seeing a rear engined American car at the old Harrah’s museum in Reno in the early 1980’s. Casting about, it appears than in the earlyearly 1900’s more rear engined automobiles than engines in front were designed The one at Harrah’s had either a radial or rotary engine mounted between and underneath the rear axle area. The Harrah’s could have perhaps been an Adams-Farwell, although I thought it was from a more modern era like 1920’S. It definitely wasn’t a North Lucas. Forward in time somewhat is this big butted VW. http://americaloveshorsepower.com/radial-engine-powered-volkswagen-bug/

        powered by a radial Continental R670 aircraft engine (sometimes used in wheeled vehicles-this from a Tank). Doesn’t appear to be a 1967!

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