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The “Berlin Buick,” as it’s called, started life as a 1956 Volkswagen Beetle.
The motor is a 1961, 215 cubic inch aluminum block, fuel injected Buick V-8 engine which is mounted inside the passenger compartment where the rear seat would have originally been located.
This 1956 Volkswagen Beetle called “Berlin Buick” was built by Browns Metal Mods in New York.
The vehicle was constructed over a two year period. The car’s two tone paint colors are tonic brown and ginger beer.
The Beetle uses a reinforced pan and rides on a custom independent suspension with RideTech air shocks.
A custom tube chassis supports an all-aluminum Buick 215 V8 that produces 250-275 horsepower with a Hilborn injection stack and exhausts through straight headers that exit under the rear windows.
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