Volkswagen Kombi Deluxe 1963 BOEING STEARMAN zw.psd
Volkswagen Kombi Deluxe from 1963 the legendary traveler's car was the first German-built hippie car, it is the most high-performance type of German car in the 1960's. The Volkswagen Kombi Deluxe was a new car for the hippie generation, it was a hot car for college students and people going on tours. They were built for passengers and two doors extended with a hard top, the best way to keep the grass under your feet while riding the road. The car has a long tail that sticks out past the rear wheels so that you can drive with your head sticking out a bit.
In the 1960's the Volkswagen Kombi Deluxe was the highest style of German-built hippie cars. Its color was green and the interior was leather with vinyl sound system, heater, and everything you could ever want in a car. They were huge, over 5 feet long with a very large gas tank and a long tail. They were also very loud due to its stereo system. The front end was wider than the back so that you could sit higher and be a better driver. It had huge fenders and a wide track, so that you could really go fast on the road and make those awesome turns.
The best thing about this car is that today you can still find these rare cars for sale, they are only a few years old and still as much fun to drive as they were when people were going on tours with bands from Germany. If you are a real hippie or a true fan of the early 1960's music then this is the type of car for you, it will make you feel like you are living in a time period that is far away from modern-day Germany. If you are looking for one of these cars, I would recommend that you go online and look for auctions of these cars because you are likely to find one at a very cheap price. You can also get information on where and when these cars are being sold and maybe even buy yours from a private party.