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Summer, sun, emotions. The Buggy was the cult car of the 1960s and 70s. On the occasion of the reintroduction of the legend, as a fully electric ID. BUGGY, fans from all over the world show us their beloved classic cars.

Story "Buggy, worldwide!"
Buggy lovers worldwide organize themselves in fan clubs, such as here in the USA.
The Meyers Manx Dune Buggy
The GF-Buggy from Karmann, based in Osnabrück, Germany.
The Apal Buggy from Belgium.
Mike Dario (right), President of the Manx Club with his wife Lori Ann Dario. They live close to Los Angeles
Both are proud owners of a Meyers Manx and a Meyers Manx Towdster. Here they sit on the beach of Pismo Beach, California.
In 2014 they also opted for a sporty and even larger Buggy, a Meyers Manx Dual Sport
Tom McAlveley drove halfway around the world in his red Buggy from 2004 to 2009
From Stockholm to Cape Town, South Africa ...
... on the way there he had some memorable encounters.
The Club of Cape Town has about 70 members.
Anton Kleyn founded the club 1995 in Cape Town.
He had bought his first buggy in 1990.
Going on trips together ...
... has become the most popular thing to do.
About 30 cars belong to the club.
The Meyers Manx Buggy based on a 1981 Brazilian Beetle
"The Buggy has been everywhere! It’s been around every beach in the area, including the last Volkswagen event in our country – the “Aircooled Volkswagen National Gathering,” organized by the Beetlefriends’ Fan Club,” says Kai Klischies.
The two brothers are enthusiastic collectors of old Volkswagen vehicles. They renamed the property where they store and restore the cars, “Little Wolfsburg,”.
They currently own over 30 historic Volkswagen
Buggies on the Australian east coast, on Frazer Island. It's the world’s largest sand island with a length of 120 kilometers.
The blue Metal Flake ManxFX
The Yellow GP MK2 is a Buggy that was originally built in the early 1980s ...
… and was built on the basis of a 1967 Beetle.
This metallic Blue/Pearl White FF Buggy is based on ...
... a 1954 Beetle chassis
Klaus Härtel from Buggy-Club Süddeutschland, owns a Buggy “L” from Apal. The Belgian car manufacturer produced dozens of bodies for Buggies in the 1960s and 70s.
A Buggy “L” built in 1980 belongs to the German club ...
... also a 1969 Meyers Manx Dune Buggy.
Also part of the Buggy-Club Süddeutschland collection: this Buggy “C”, built in 1977, ...
The ID. BUGGY does without a fixed roof and conventional doors and becomes fully electric.

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