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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Oded Balilty, file | of | Share this photo

    In this April 21, 2017 file photo, Volkswagen Beetles are displayed during the annual gathering of the "Beetle club" in Yakum, central Israel. The Israeli Beetle club was founded in 2001 and there are 500 members.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File | of | Share this photo

    In this July 21, 2003 file photo, Volkswagen employees work in the assembly plant of the Volkswagen sedan 'last edition,' at the VW plant in Puebla, 65 miles southeast of Mexico City where it will stop producing the cult classic bug on July 30th.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda, file | of | Share this photo

    In this Dec. 8 2007 file photo, a model poses next to a 1968 Volkswagen Beetle covered in tiles made of a blend of 18 karat gold and glass at the annual Luxury Show in Bucharest, Romania. The car is functional and on sale for 60,000 euros, $88,000. However it is not street legal in Romania because of the nature of its paint.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Karl-Heinz Kreifelts, file | of | Share this photo

    In this Nov. 17, 1999 file photo, a VW Maggiolino Cabriolet, the famous VW Beetle completely made of wood, is shown by Italian artist Livio De Marchi in Essen, Germany.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Aaron Favila, File | of | Share this photo

    In this June 22, 2014, file photo a Filipino girl plays with a toy Volkswagen Beetle as she joins activities to celebrate World Volkswagen Day at Camp Aguinaldo in suburban Quezon city, north of Manila, Philippines.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Michael Sohn, File | of | Share this photo

    In this March 12, 2012, file photo a Volkswagen New Beetle car is lifted inside a delivery tower after the company's annual press conference in Wolfsburg, Germany.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Heinz Ducklau, file | of | Share this photo

    In this Dec. 18, 1977 file photo, a Volkswagen Beetle is unloaded at Emden harbor, Germany, as the first shipment of 1600 Beetles made in Mexico arrives.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Oded Balilty, File | of | Share this photo

    In this April 21, 2017, file photo Volkswagen Beetles are displayed during the annual gathering of the "Beetle club" in Yakum, central Israel.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Albert Riethausen, File | of | Share this photo

    In this Aug. 23, 1954 file photo, four female employees tend to a Volkswagen at a gas station in Deidesheim, near Kaiserslautern, Germany.

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    In this May 11, 1968 file photo, Guards stand in front of a shop on a street in the Latin Quarter of Paris, following a student riot and general strike that rocked the city.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris, File | of | Share this photo

    In this June 7, 2013, file photo potted sunflowers push out of the bonnet of an old Volkswagen Beetle surrounded by flowers in Athens' central Syntagma Square.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Oded Balilty, File | of | Share this photo

    In this April 21, 2017, file photo two kids sit on Volkswagen Beetle roof as it displayed during the annual gathering of the "Beetle Club" in Yakum, central Israel.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Albert Riethausen, File | of | Share this photo

    In this June 16, 1954 file photo, VW beetles are assembled in lines at the Volkwagen auto works plant, which manufactures nearly 900 automobiles each day, in Wolfsburg, West Germany. Thanks to Volkswagen, Wolfsburg boomed in West Germany's postwar rebirth and today the town and the company are inseparable.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo, file | of | Share this photo

    In this May 26, 1938 file photo, German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler speaks lays cornerstone to the Volkswagen car factory in Fallersleben, Lower Saxony, Germany.

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    In this May 26, 1938 file photo, German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler speaks at the opening ceremony of the Volkswagen car factory in Fallersleben, Lower Saxony, Germany.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo, file | of | Share this photo

    In this April 27, 1966 file photo, Volkswagen workers drive their Beetle cars from the parking lot on their way home at the end of a days work at the world's largest single auto plant, the Volkswagen factory (seen in background) in Wolfsburg, Germany.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/ Henry Brueggemann, File | of | Share this photo

    In this July 7, 1953 file photo, to celebrate the 500,000 produced Volkswagen Beetle after WW II the company has organized a beetle roulette, with 10 red and green beetles in the Volkswagen stadium in Wolfsburg, West Germany.

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    The last Beetle - AP Photo/Douglas Engle, File | of | Share this photo

    In this June 12, 2002 file photo, a Volkswagen Beetle, known as Fusca in Brazil, painted in Brazilian colors on the eve of the Brazilian team's next match of the World Cup, drives down Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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