What does that “D” mean on your VW?

This is my 1962 VW Ragtop Bug with engine cover open. I have this “D” Badge on the rear bumper. I am always asked, “What does that “D” stand for?” Denmark? Dubai? Think, think, where was the car manufactured in 1962? You guessed it, Germany! But Germany starts with a “G”.  Not in the German language, it starts with a “D”. Deutchland

© timm eubanks

11 thoughts on “What does that “D” mean on your VW?

  1. When being in European Union, we are not any more using separate “D” or “Fin”. Nowadays they are combined in registration plates.

    “Those Were the Days” as Mari Hopkins sung in 25/09/1968.

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