The first-generation of the iconic VW Type 2 bus was built from 1950 to 1967 in the U.S., and though it may have been most recognizable in its standard Kombi trim, the company also offered two pickup variants: a flatbed model, and a standard single cab trim.

Unfortunately, the “Chicken Tax” – which curtailed the importation of light work trucks from Europe into the U.S. – eventually killed the Type 2 pickup stateside in the late ‘60s, but the second-gen Type 2 pickup lived on for a number of years in markets like Brazil and Mexico.