With Monterey Car Week fast approaching, the fanciest of the fancy auction houses are getting ready with their consignment lists. Millions of dollars will change hands (at least one million in this list alone) and we’ve collected some of our favorite VW products to showcase here.

In no particular order, they are:

1949 Volkswagen Hebmuller Type 14A Cabriolet


I’ve already gone on at length about the many reasons that this is an interesting car , but here are the Cole’s Notes: One of only 100 left; Possible predecessor to the Karmann Ghia; early Volkswagen attempt at a sports car; flower vase on dash; weird shape. How could you not want one of these?

1962 Double Cab Transporter


Known as the Doka, the Doppelkabine is one of the most sought after bus-based vehicles out there. According to Mecum, this is a concourse-ready example with service records dating back to 1963. This particular one features a wood-lined bed, vinyl door inserts, a rebuilt 1600cc flat four, and a four speed manual.

1979 Super Beetle Epilogue Edition

epilogue beetle

One of the last Beetles ever built in Germany, this black on black bug has burled wood dashboard applique, which a French word, so you know it’s fancy. Really, though, this is a one-owner car with the original spare tire, original tool kit, the original date-coded steering wheel, and the original keys. It’s even got the original white wall tires, but you probably shouldn’t drive on them.

2006 Bugatti Veyron


The ultimate expression of Volkswagen engineering from the last decade, the Bugatti Veyron was the fastest car in the world. It was capable of going up to 253 mph, thanks to its W16 mid-mounted engine. This particular model has only covered 3,839 miles since new and has only ever had one owner.