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'''Volkswagen 1302/Volkswagen 1302S (Typ 1). 1971–2 (prod. n/a). 2-door saloon, 2-door convertible. 1285, 1584 cm³ (4 cyl. OHV).''' The Super-Käfer, or “big Beetle”, with a bulbous bonnet, larger boot and twin louvres at rear. Front MacPherson struts and semi-trailing arms with double-jointed driveshafts at rear. Stronger crankcase and dual inlet port cylinder heads for 1·6 (dubbed 1302S), while a more powerful 1·3 had the latter.  
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'''Volkswagen 1302/Volkswagen 1302S (Typ 1). 1971–2 (prod. n/a). 2-door saloon, 2-door convertible. 1285, 1584 cm³ (I4 OHV).''' The Super-Käfer, or “big Beetle”, with a bulbous bonnet, larger boot and twin louvres at rear. Front MacPherson struts and semi-trailing arms with double-jointed driveshafts at rear. Stronger crankcase and dual inlet port cylinder heads for 1·6 (dubbed 1302S), while a more powerful 1·3 had the latter.  
  
  

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Volkswagen 1302/Volkswagen 1302S (Typ 1). 1971–2 (prod. n/a). 2-door saloon, 2-door convertible. 1285, 1584 cm³ (I4 OHV). The Super-Käfer, or “big Beetle”, with a bulbous bonnet, larger boot and twin louvres at rear. Front MacPherson struts and semi-trailing arms with double-jointed driveshafts at rear. Stronger crankcase and dual inlet port cylinder heads for 1·6 (dubbed 1302S), while a more powerful 1·3 had the latter.


Manufacturing locations: Wolfsburg, Germany; Emden, Germany; Osnabrück, Germany

Marque: Volkswagen | Model: Volkswagen Käfer | Predecessor: Volkswagen Käfer (1960–80) | Successors: Volkswagen 1303, Volkswagen Sedán (1967–85)





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