Typ 34 was based on Type 3 features and design. About 41 000 were produced between 1962 and 1975. It was first introduced in 1961 with a new flat engine and Italian styling. An electrical sunroof was presented as an option in 1962, is the second car in the world to have the opportunity that early. Fog lights together with door pads and long armrests were added. It was one of the most expensive and luxury cars introduced by VW in the 1960s. It was not offered in the USA which was one of the company's primary markets which resulted in fewer sales. Nowadays the USA has about 400 left of them, which is the highest among other countries. Mechanically Typ34 is the same as the other Type 3s, but its accessories and interior are much different.
Accelerator Cable - Air Condition - Air Filter - Alternator - Axle - Belts - Body Parts - Bowden Cable - Brake Caliper - Brake Disc - Brake Drum - Brake Pads - Brake Shoes - Brakes - Bumper - Cables - Carburetor - Catalytic Converter - Clutch Cable - Cooling - Cylinder Block - Cylinder Head - Drive Shaft - Dust Plate - Electric Fan - Electrics Parts - Engine - Engine Sensor - Exhaust - Exhaust System Complete - Exterior - Filter - Fitting Parts - Flex Pipe - Fuel Filter - Fuel Flap Release Cable - Fuse Box - Gasket - Gear Box - Gear Shift - Grille - Hand Brake Lever - Handbrake Cable - Heat Exchanger - Heater - Heater Cable - Hood Cable - Horn - Hubcap - Hydraulic Filter - Ignition Coil - Ignition Switch - Inner Body Parts - Interior - Interior Filter - Lamp - Lock Door - Master Cylinder - Mirror - Oil Filter - Oil Parts - Pedal - Pressure Regulator - Rubber Mount - Seat Belt - Sensor - Shock Absorber - Speedometer Cable - Sports Exhaust - Starter - Steering - Sunroof - Suspension - Switch - Timing Belt - Transmission - Turbo Charger - Washer - Wheel Bearing - Wheel Cylinder - Window Lifter - Window Seal - Wiper