Rare Instance of VW Beetle Seeming Sexy

Romance over practicality? What were they thinking?
     Posted By: Paul - Thu May 28, 2015
     Category: Advertising | Sex Symbols | 1950s | Europe | Cars

I was right, Belgin! The Frogish didn't sound quite right.

Even in the last 50s, you've got to understand that Europe was still struggling to recover from WWII. Owning ANY car was sexy! Even in the late 60's when I got over here the vast majority of cars on the streets were not personal cars.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 05/28/15 at 09:52 AM
Sexy? More like cute.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 05/28/15 at 03:04 PM
"Everyone Wins!"

I would suspect that this is an advert that would be shown in theatres between the main movies. The references to "eau" (water) and "anti-gel" (anti-freeze) were selling points since the VW didn't require either.
Posted by KDP on 05/28/15 at 03:06 PM
Cute add. In 1972 the 1963 Beetle I owned lost it virginity. By pushing the front passenger seat back all the way there was room for smallish flexible humans to have intimate relations. But it was a bit cramped. It was a double whammy since the young lady sharing the gymnastic adventure lost her virginity also.

I owned three VWs, two beetles and a van. Each providing a venue for pleasures with ladies.
Posted by Gator Guy on 05/28/15 at 05:20 PM
I'd repost the one pic of the vagina hooded VW Beetle but it's been done already I think in a past post.
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 05/28/15 at 05:48 PM
Ah.. Gator.. If you put the subject in the middle of the back seat with one appendage out each window.....
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 05/29/15 at 12:07 AM

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