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‘Herbie’, a name inspired by film classics and a TV series, offers, particularly in the summer months, a nostalgic, open-top motoring experience through Baden-Baden’s charming surrounds. The Beetle nickname emerged in the 1950s and 1960s following the publication of an article in the New York Times.

Today, the VW Beetle is a much loved classic whose life began in Wolfsburg, Germany, and ended in Mexico in 2003 where the last model was produced.
Travel back in time and savour a very special type of car journey. How about, for instance, putting the roof down and going for a spin through the Black Forest?

VW BEETLE ‘HERBIE’ – a very special classic car

Price:
180,- Euro per tour for up to 4 people

Brenners Lunch Packages and Picnic Baskets

Features:
Produced from 1938-2003, this model: 1965
Class: lower medium class
Body type: cabriolet
Symbol of the economic miracle during the post-war years in West Germany
It was until 2002 the world’s bestselling car
The car’s rounded shape which inspired the name Beetle (Käfer)

Technology:
65 HP
Drum brakes, front and rear
Folding roof
Rear-wheel drive with air-cooled, 4-cylinder boxer engine
Spark-injection engine (modified) with 1.5-litre capacity

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