We bet you’ve never seen a VW like this before. This 1972 Volkswagen Beetle takes the quality and more luxurious image of the cabriolet, and takes it a step further by giving it the classic American wood panel treatment. Volkswagen knew how to produce these bodies with a Teutonic tightness that was still simple to maintain. It is a level of fit and finish that makes the Beetle an enduring icon. America adopted the original VW as part of the counter-culture, but this one goes a bit more for the heart of America in its appearance. When the light blue was given a professional respray, some custom wood paneling was added. Now this one looks like the little brother to the huge Chrysler Town and Country convertibles that were handcrafted in the 1950s. So just imagine the looks you’ll receive everywhere from the VW shows to every stoplight.