Within the many styles of the Beetle, there is one that I am a fan of, but wouldn't personally drive my car like. People call it 'Hoodride', slammed with rust and all. This style definitely has character to it, with the vintage pepsi cooler and all.
Now here is something more my style, a slammed beetle, rockin' some stock steelies, white walls, super clean. Doesn't get much better then this.
Now, straying away from the calm, collective style, onto the beast's. The drag bugs. These two ovals are by far some of the cleanest drag Beetle's I've seen. The one closest to the camera with no decklid so you can see the clean dual carb set up goin' on.
Another bug I would like to say something about is a friend of my Grandfather and I, Scott Bakken. This car is one of the cleanest drag beetles ever, a replica of the original Cal-Look Beetle, simply a stunning car to see pull wheelies.
While there are many different styles, one I've always been a fan of is the Volksrod style, cars with the fenders removed styled like older fender-less hot rods from the 30's.
Here's a good example, complete with Red Steelies and Scallops.
Another one shootin' some flames -
Here is a good example of a clean restoration, what looks to be a completely stock Convertible.
Last but not least, the famous Cal-Look style, this '67 is a perfect example. Complete with Porsche Fuch's.
While the Beetle may not be everyone's cup of tea, it definitely has it's spot in history. Thanks all for reading, this must be my longest entry yet!