Vintage Volkswagen Emblem Novelty License Plate
Vintage Volkswagen Emblem License Plate
In the early 1930s the average German rarely could afford anything more than a motorcycle, and Volkswagen was founded in 1937 by the German Labour Front with some great help from a vegetarian German guy with a square mustache and named Adolph. Although designed in the 1930s, the Beetle was only produced in significant numbers from 1945. Call it Beetle, Kafer, or Coccinelle, over 21 million of the beetle were manufactured. It is one of the world's most influential car of the 20th century. Then came Type2 or bus, camper, van or an other many many names in many markets. It had a sympathetic fallowing since its inception and has become a counterculture symbol. Later the Karmann Ghia was introduced. The car lacked in power and performance, but made it up with elegance and the joy of owning a “sporty look” car while what they really needed was a common one. The friendly VWs have won our smiles and entered the Legend on the tunes of their unique engine sound.
Perfect for all car enthusiasts that want to show their passion for car by adding style, showing your pride, or enhancing the appearance of your Volkswagen with this novelty license plate. Choose between 16 different colors to customize your vehicle to the fullest. This vintage Volkswagen Emblem Novelty License Plate can also be use to decorate the walls in your garage, office, workshop, man cave, or any other room and space.
Available in: Baby Blue - Black - British Green - Cattail Brown - Dark Red - Good Orange - Gray - Hot Pink - Italian Red - LeMans Blue - Light Green - Military Green - Racing Blue - Steel Blue - White - Yellow
Made of .032 Aluminum
6" x 12" (153 x 306 mm) standard automotive license plate size
4 holes for easy mounting
UV protected for outdoor use and durability
Made in USA
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