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We Buy All LHD Volkswagen Left Hand Drives

At LHD PLC we accept many car models and the LHD Volkswagen is one of them, whether you are stationed in France, UK, Spain, Germany, Scotland, Italy, Portugal, and Wales, we will arrange a view and collection from the UK to you. If the Car meets our immediate needs we will purchase rite away with an upfront deposit payment for your time.

Types of LHD Volkswagen Cars (models)

In 1950, Volkswagen introduced the Type 2. There are a lot of nicknames and names for the Type 2, including Microbus, Kombi, Bus, Camper, and Minibus. The Type 2 is available in many body styles and interior layouts, like single or double cab pickups, Westfalia vans, Kombis (passenger + cargo), panel vans, and buses. In six generations, the Type 2 was produced: the first (1950-1975), the second (1967-1979), the third (1979-1992), the fourth (from 1990 to 2003), the fifth (from 2003 to 2015), and the sixth (from 2015 to 2021). Type 2 vans became known as Transporters or Eurovans as of the T4 generation.

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Some of the most resounding models in the company's modern history include the GOL, GOLF, GRAN/CROSS LAVIDA, GRAN/CROSS SANTANA, ID.3, POLO, UP, ARTEON/CC, BORA, JETTA/VENTO, LAVIDA, MAGOTAN, PASSAT (B8), PASSAT (North America), PASSAT (China).

The VW range evokes nostalgia like few others, and in various ways, from the hippy charm of the Beetle to the elegant Karmann Ghia, to the fun-to-drive Golf GTi and Scirocco. VW's range of products keeps growing, from carpeting to headliners, all made here in Suffolk.  At our factory in the UK, we make all our moulded carpets. We have a full range of moulded carpets for Golf, Scirocco, Corrado, and T25 camper vans, based on years of experience and meticulous research.

Origin of LHD Volkswagen

A major German automotive manufacturer founded in 1937 by the German government to mass-produce an affordable "people's car." The company is headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany.

Nazi organization, the German Labour Front, originally owned and ran the company. A new factory in Lower Saxony was inaugurated in 1938 after The German Labour Front had hired Ferdinand Porsche in 1934. Before mass production could begin, World War II broke out, so the factory produced military equipment and cars. By World War II, Volkswagen's factory was a target for Allied bombers. Volkswagen mass production began in 1946 after it was rebuilt under British supervision. From 1949, West Germany and Lower Saxony took over the company. At that point, the country was producing more than half its cars with Volkswagens.

LHD Volkswagen car with left hand wheel