Thursday, August 2, 2012

1961 VW Ad - No point showing the '62 Volkswagen. It still looks the same.

*SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE, EAST COAST P.O.E. ©1961 VOLKSWAGEN OF AMERICA, INC.
No point showing the '62 Volkswagen. It still looks the same.

No heads will turn when you drive a '62 Volkswagen home.

(Maybe an eagle-eyed neighbor will notice that we've made the tail lights a little bigger. But that's the only clue.)

Everything is right where we left it in '61. Including the price: $1,595.*

Inside is another story.

We've put all our time and effort into

improvements that matter.

The '62 VW runs more quietly. There are new clutch and brake cables (as well as new steering parts) that never need maintenance. Heater outlets front and rear for more even heating. Easier braking.

And 24 more.

One change is literally a gasser.

We've added a gas gauge. Our first.

A few die-hards may think we've stolen some of the VW's sporting flavor. But the gas gauge may be more useful than you'd imagine. It will not only tell you whether your tank is E or F; it will prove you're driving a '62.

It could make 1962 go down in VW history as the year of the big change.



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