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Our webstore offers a lot of technical information for the air-cooled Volkswagen Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Kübel/181/Thing, type 3 Notchback/Fastback/Squareback, VW Bus (Split Screen Bus, Bay Window or T25 Vanagon) and type 4, each part specifies additional information on how to install, for which type to use and so forth.

This online publication gives you additional technical information, this will become your technical guideline to maintain your classic Volkswagen. Enjoy this magazine, it is free of charge for all our Newsletter readers! You are not registered yet for our e-mail Newsletter, register now. You may read this magazine online on your PC, Mac, Tablet or Smartphone. Or you can download this magazine in PDF format and read it offline, or print it on your personal printer.


VWebMAG Issues

  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 10
  • VWebMAG issue 10
    • The distributor
    • Air cleaner preheating
    • Crankshaft axial clearance
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 09
  • VWebMAG issue 09
    • Exhaust types
    • Thread repair
    • Replacing the clutch
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 08
  • VWebMAG issue 08
    • Testing the coil
    • Oil consumption
    • VW suspension
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 07
  • VWebMAG issue 07
    • Oil leakage
    • Spark plug installation
    • Cylinder head specs
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 06
  • VWebMAG issue 06
    • The clutch concept
    • Finding the TDC
    • Measuring the compression
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 05
  • VWebMAG issue 05
    • Setting valve clearance
    • Electrical fuses
    • Hydraulic brakes
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 04
  • VWebMAG issue 04
    • Dual HPMX carburetor installation and tuning
    • Eliminating radio interference
    • Valve clearance explained
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 03
  • VWebMAG issue 03
    • The genuine VW car jack
    • Fuel mixture preheating
    • Why choose 6 volt or 12 volt
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 02
  • VWebMAG issue 02
    • VW Engine type and codes
    • Basic electrical circuit
    • Crankshaft bacics
  • Paruzzi VWebMAG issue 01
  • VWebMAG issue 01
    • VW parts numbering
    • Type 1 carburetor adjustment
    • Battery diagnosis

CATALOGUES

Beetle Catalogue VW Beetle

Paruzzi Catalogue for the Volkswagen Beetle. Prices mentioned in this digital catalogue are for your information only, go to www.Paruzzi.COM/uk to view the product prices in real time.


Karmann Ghia Catalogue Karmann Ghia

Paruzzi Catalogue for the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. Prices mentioned in this digital catalogue are for your information only, go to www.Paruzzi.COM/uk to view the product prices in real time.


VW 181 CatalogueVW 181 / Kübel

Paruzzi Catalogue for the Volkswagen Type 181. Prices mentioned in this digital catalogue are for your information only, go to www.Paruzzi.COM/uk to view the product prices in real time.



VW Split Screen Catalogue Split Screen

Paruzzi Catalogue for the Volkswagen Split Screen (T1 - first generation Bus). Prices mentioned in this digital catalogue are for your information only, go to www.Paruzzi.COM/uk to view the product prices in real time.


VW Bay Window Catalogue Bay Window

Paruzzi Catalogue for the Volkswagen Transporter Bay Window (T2 - second generation Bus). Prices mentioned in this digital catalogue are for your information only, go to www.Paruzzi.COM/uk to view the product prices in real time.


T25 Vanagon T25 Vanagon

Paruzzi Catalogue for the Volkswagen T25 Vanagon. Prices mentioned in this digital catalogue are for your information only, go to www.Paruzzi.COM/uk to view the product prices in real time.



VW Type 3 Catalogue VW type 3

Paruzzi Catalogue for the Volkswagen Type 3. Prices mentioned in this digital catalogue are for your information only, go to www.Paruzzi.COM/uk to view the product prices in real time.


Paruzzi Catalogueall VW types

We also have a printed version of the Paruzzi catalogue, this printed version covers all Volkswagen types and has more than 8000 parts and 416 pages, available in English, Dutch and French. Our printed catalogue is the sidekick to our online store..




WEBSTORE

VW Beetle Parts VW Beetle

The Volkswagen Beetle was manufactured between 1938 and 2003, this is for sure the most famous German car ever and probably the most famous car in the world. The Beetle was named Volkswagen type until 1967, or 1200 or 1300 (refering to the cylinder volume), but the people called it Beetle because of its shape. Volkswagen adopted that name much later in their literature and advertising. More than 20 million Beetles were produced between 1938 and 2003, a record for one and the same model. The Volkswagen Beetle is the most renown oldtimer in the world. Read more ...

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Karmann Ghia Webstore Karmann Ghia

VW was building small and inexpensive cars for the mass, such as the VW Beetle and the VW Transporter. The demand for high class cars exploded in the fifties. VW partnered with Karmman back in 1951 to design and to build a small sportscar. Karmann outsourced the design to the Italian company Ghia. Ghia already had something in the pipeline, a design they proposed to Chrysler wasn't approved, Ghia made some modifications to the design to adapt it to the VW requirements. The new Ghia had to fit on an enlarged Beetle chassis and use as many parts as possible from the Beetle, such as the air-cooled engine. Read more ...

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VW Thing partsVW 181 / Thing

This car started as a temporary solution for the German army. They were in need of a new all-rounder car to replace their existing fleet. Volkswagen designed and manufactured this new army car based on the already existing VW Beetle. The design was based on the Kübelwagen, the all-rounder car used during the second world war. The new type 181 (also called Thing) was introduced during the International Automobilausstellung in Frankfurt, it looked like a Jeep but more modern, bigger and heavier. The sales of the commercial model of the type 181 started in 1971, followed by Mexico and the USA in 1972. Read more ...

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Split Screen Bus Webstore Split Screen Bus

The VW type 2, known officially (depending on the body type) as the Transporter, Kombi or Microbus, or, informally, as the Bus (USA) or Camper (UK), is a panel van introduced in 1950 by the German automaker Volkswagen as its second car model. The first generation of the VW type 2 with the split windshield, informally called the Microbus, Splitscreen, or Splittie among modern fans, was produced from 8 March 1950 through the end of the 1967 model year. From 1950 to 1956, the T1 (not called that at the time) was built in Wolfsburg; from 1956, it was built at the completely new Transporter factory in Hanover.[ Read more ...

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Bay Window Bus Webstore Bay Window Bus

In late 1967, the second generation of the VW type 2 (T2) was introduced. It was built in Germany until 1979. In Mexico, the VW Kombi and Panel were produced from 1970 to 1994. Models before 1971 are often called the T2a (or "Early Bay"), while models after 1972 are called the T2b (or "Late Bay"). This second generation type 2 lost its distinctive split front windshield, and was slightly larger and considerably heavier than its predecessor. Its common nicknames are Bay-window, or Bay for short. A 1.6 liter and 48 DIN hp (35 kW) was used to drive the bigger VW Bay Windows, still an air-cooled boxer engine. Read more ...

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T25/T3 Vanagon WebstoreT25/T3 Vanagon

The VW type 2 (T25/T3) is the third generation of the VW Transporter and was marketed under various nameplates worldwide – including as the Transporter or Caravelle in Europe, Microbus in South Africa, and as the Vanagon in North and South America. Larger and heavier than its predecessor, the T2, – and with a more squared and less rounded styling – the T3 was manufactured in Germany from 1979 until 1990. Production of the 2WD (mostly for official use, like postal service or German army) continued until 1992 at Puch in Graz/Austria, where all 4WDs had been built. Read more ...

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VW Type 3 Webstore VW Type 3

The VW type 3 is a compact car manufactured and marketed by VW from 1961 to 1973. Introduced at the 1961 Frankfurt Motor Show, Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA), the type 3 was marketed as the VW1500 and later the VW1600, in three body styles: two-door Notchback, Fastback and station wagon, the latter marketed as the 'Squareback.' Read more ...

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NOS Parts from Volkswagen Wolfsburg Duitsland NOS Parts

Paruzzi is the official partner for Volkswagen Classic Parts. Genuine Volkswagen NOS parts for cars older than 15 years are not available anymore via the official dealers, only official VW Classic Parts partners can offer these parts for classic Volkswagens. We offer more than 40.000 different genuine parts for air-cooled and water-cooled Volkswagens.

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Paruzzi CataloguesVW Parts Catalogue

All the parts we offer in our webstore are organised in the Paruzzi printed catalogue. This printed catalogue show all the parts for the VW Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Type 3, Type 181, VW Transporter Split Screen and Bay Window and the T25 Vanagon. This printed Paruzzi catalogue is for free.




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