For Sale — Washer Bottle Reservoir Decal

FOR SALE: Yellow ’67 Beetle Washer Bottle Reservoir Decal

We first produced this decal in the correct red. After many emails and research, we’re now able to also offer it in the correct yellow.

This high quality ’67 Beetle washer bottle air pressue decal mounts on just that, the washer bottle. It was produced exclusively for on a commercial quality laser printer. It matches the original in every aspect.

Note: This decal fits other VW Beetles that run a stock washer bottle.

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Posted by Eric Shoemaker

Hello, I'm Eric. I started 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. You’re attention to detail is fantastic, Eric!


  2. Rees Klintworth July 2, 2013 at 8:47 am

    Are there specific vehicle colors or manufacture dates (i.e. early ’67 models vs late ’67 models) that each color was specific to? In other words, is there any way to know whether my bug originally had a red sticker or a yellow sticker?


    1. Rees,

      I’m quoting my friend Jeremy Goodspeed, as I recently asked the same.

      “The debate will rage on, however I have noticed that yellow stickers were present on every original 1967 beetle that I have owned. I have also noticed the same on 66 models. Furthermore, replacement units, even the ones sold by the dealer in the late 70’s had a red decal. VW really didn’t care about the color as long as the information was visible. Maybe the red took longer to fade or was more chemical resistant? We’ll never know.”


  3. I’m not sure why there were 2 colors. My guess is that VW was looking for a high visability color for easy reading and both colors fit the bill. Did VW produce the sticker or was it Helphos? As a side note, I’ve owned three 67’s two of which I still own, and all 3 had red stickers. One was an October build and the other 2 were late December. With so many being produced at different factories there are bound to be variations. Now to add to the madness, black cap or white, which is correct for the bottle? LoL!


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