Front and Rear Fenders on VW Beetles and Super Beetles all look very similar. There are subtle differences between model years. For instance, the shape and placement of cutouts vary slightly between years and there are slight differences in the curl of the fender. Don't get stuck with the wrong fender, check our VW Fender chart to identify the correct fender for your VW Bug or VW Super Beetle.



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1958-1967 VW Standard Beetle Rear Fender
1958-1967 Standard Beetle
Rear Fenders have an over rider hole at the top and a small slot underneath it for main bumper brackets.
1958-1966 VW Standard Beetle Front Fender
1958-1966 Standard Beetle
Front Fenders do not have a turn signal cut out at the top. You may drill out a hole if required for later years.
1967 VW Standard Beetle Front Fender
1967 Standard Beetle
Front Fenders DO have a turn signal hole at the top of the fender.
1968-1973 VW Standard Beetle Front Fender
1968-1973 Standard Beetle
Front Fenders have a single long slot at the front for bumper brackets.
1974-1977 VW Standard Beetle Front Fender
1974-1977 Standard Beetle
Front Fenders have a triangular cut-out at the front for bumper shocks.
1968-1972 Standard Beetle, & Super Beetle Rear Fender
1968-1972 Standard Beetle/Super Beetle
Rear Fenders have a single long slot for main bumper brackets.
1973 VW Standard and Super Beetle Rear Fender
1973 Only Standard Beetle/Super Beetle
Rear Fenders have a single long slot for main bumper brackets and a cut out for Tail Lights.
1974 Only Standard/Super Beetle
Rear Fenders have diamond bumper bracket cut-outs that are 3/4" from the inside edge.
1975-1979 Standard/Super Beetle
Rear Fenders have diamond bumper bracket cut-outs that are 1 1/4" from the inside edge.
1971-1973 Super Beetle
Front Fenders curl under on the bottom front and have a single long slot at the front for bumper brackets. The Bumper Bracket Slot in the front will be shorter than the slot for the rear fenders. They are also more round around the edges than standard beetle fenders.
1974-1979 Super Beetle
Front Fenders curl under on the bottom front and have a triangular cut-out at the front for bumper shocks. They are also more round around the edges than standard beetle fenders.