What bolt pattern is a Volkswagen bug?

What bolt pattern is a Volkswagen bug?

Volkswagen Beetle Wheel Size

Beetle Bolt Pattern (Lug Pattern) PCD 5×112 See Adapters
Stock wheel offset 35 to 53 mm Wheel Spacers
Center bore (hub bore) 57.1 mm Use Hub Centric Rings
Thread size (Lug Nut Size) M14 x 1.5 Lug Nuts
Stock Rim Sizes Range 16×6.5 – 20×8.5 Hubcaps

How much did a Volkswagen cost in 1973?

History of the 1973 Volkswagen Beetle The rear engine cooling vents were designed with four stacks of louvers across the tail. The base 1973 Beetle Sedan still cost $1780, but the Sunroof Sedan now cost $2299. The Super Beetle increased to $2459 and the Cabriolet jumped almost $500, to $3050.

What is the difference between VW bug and beetle?

The term “VW Beetle” was the name given to the Volkswagen Type 1 by the public. Beetle is the official model name, aside from the whole logical reason of a beetle being a bug people just call it bug because it’s easier and faster to pronounce. So, there is no difference between the VW Beetle vs Bug.

Where can I get parts for a VW Bug?

Offering OEM German and quality reproduction parts for VW Bug, Bus, Ghia, Thing, Type 3 and Vanagon. Since 1977, we have been the premier supplier of high quality parts for Volkswagens.

Why are VW Beetle suspension parts still used?

That’s why VW Beetle suspension parts are still to this day used on off road race cars across the world. However, as with every other mechanical part on a Volkswagen Beetle, time, high mileage and a lack of maintenance can mean parts need changing or replacing.

Are there any parts for a VW bus?

VW parts – Bug parts or bus parts – Volkswagen parts for your VW bug or VW bus. Welcome to West Coast Metric, here you’ll find the best parts and accessories to restore your Volkswagen.

What did the VW Beetle look like in 1967?

The 1967 Beetle was again one of the landmark cars, where a lot of things were set to change. Gone was the original sloping headlight shape which had changed little since the VW38 models, to be replaced by upright headlamps on new wings. The fuel filler had moved from under the bonnet, onto the front wing.