A visual celebration of the popular Volkswagen qBeetleq provides an unusual and affectionate look at America's love affair with the qBug, q chronicling fads, fancies, stunts, adaptations, and moreOne showed a behemoth station wagon on the left and the Volkswagen station wagon and a lone black Beetle on the right. ... Parrish, but nevertheless people have been known to frame and hang Volkswagen ads in their homes because they were so attractive and entertaining. ... the slick coated paper of Time and Newsweek and Look and Life come across with the same simple understated elan andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Beetle Book|
|Author||:||Louis William Steinwedel|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1981-01-01|