Volkswagen Beetles are a beloved addition to any car collection and the KDF-Wagen is the great-grandfather of them all. With WWII in full swing, most of production was focused on military vehicles, leaving only a limited number of KDF Volkswagens being built between 1937 and 1944. Largely supplied to minor officials in the The National Socialist German Workers' Party, this 1943 KDF Type 60 Beetle was delivered to the German Red Cross in Berlin on June 1, 1943. After surviving the war, the car was purchased in Poland and resorted by Wehrmacht vehicle expert Peter Schmalbach. Only original KDF parts were used to bring this rare historic piece to its current, pristine condition, as well as the original matte grey paint and grey interior.