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Beetle No. 53

1963 Volkswagen Beetle

$99.00 AUD

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The Volkswagen Beetle: A Little Car with a Big Story


How the Beetle Came to Be

In the 1930s, the vision for a new kind of car emerged—one that would be accessible to the masses, not just a luxury for the few. The goal was to produce a “people’s car” that was both practical and affordable, allowing families from all walks of life to own a vehicle. This vision eventually led to the birth of the Volkswagen Beetle.

Designed with simplicity, reliability, and affordability in mind, the Beetle had a distinctive appearance that set it apart from other cars on the road. Its unique, rounded shape led to its affectionate nickname, “Beetle,” as it reminded people of a small bug.

The Beetle’s Journey

After its creation, the Beetle quickly became popular all around the world. It was small but roomy inside, easy to drive, and very good at saving gas. People loved it for being a practical and charming car.

In the 1960s, the Beetle became a symbol of freedom and adventure. It was the perfect car for road trips and adventures, making it a favorite among young people. The Beetle’s friendly look and affordable price made it a car that everyone wanted to have.

Interesting Facts About the Beetle

A Record Breaker: The Volkswagen Beetle became the most-produced car of a single design. It broke records with over 21 million cars made!

A Star on Screen: The Beetle wasn’t just famous on the roads; it was also a star in movies. Perhaps the most famous Beetle of all is Herbie, the Love Bug, a car with a mind of its own.

Around the World: Beetles have been seen on roads in nearly every country in the world. They’ve been used for everything from everyday commutes to racing and even art!

The Beetle Today

Even though the last original Beetle rolled off the production line in 2003, its legacy lives on. People all over the world still collect, drive, and love these little cars. The Beetle is remembered not just as a vehicle but as a piece of history that brought joy and mobility to millions.


The Volkswagen Beetle is more than just a car with a cute name and a unique look. It’s a symbol of innovation, accessibility, and fun. It shows us how a simple idea can become a global sensation and touch the lives of generations. The Beetle’s story is a reminder of the joy that comes from hitting the road, exploring new places, and enjoying the journey, no matter how small your car might be.

So next time you see a Volkswagen Beetle, remember that this little car is not just about getting from one place to another; it’s about dreaming big, enjoying the ride, and the incredible journey that brought it into the hearts of people all around the world.


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S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL


Regular Fit

Regular FitSMLXL2XL3XL



Under Arm

Back Length70cm70cm72cm74cm75cm76cm

Slim Fit



90 cm94 cm98 cm102 cm110 cm118 cm
Shoulder42 cm45 cm48 cm50 cm52 cm57 cm

Under Arm

39 cm41 cm44 cm49 cm50 cm50 cm
Back Length61 cm64 cm70 cm73 cm77 cm77 cm

To confirm your size as per the charts, use the following guide:


Run the tape measure around the body under the arms, over the shoulder blades and the broadest part of the chest in a relaxed stance with arms by your side and note the measurement.


Run the tape in a straight line from one edge of the shoulder to the other and note the measurement.

Under Arm

Run the tape measure from the armpit to the hips and note the measurement

Back Length

Take a measurement down the centre back from the base of the neck to the hips and note the length.

Confirm the fitting style of the selected t-shirt and using the measurements taken select the most appropriate size from the chart.