The company Stoll from Bad Nauheim, 40 kilometres north of Frankfurt am Main, changed from car to body construction after the war. It was considered as renowned and therefore for a lawyer out of the city suited enough to convert his brand new VW Beetle to a coupé with two auxiliary seats.
You see the result above. The car is a unique specimen and not even listed in all the books about the numerous modifications on VW Beetles at that time. The car in excellent condition belongs to the Foundation Automotive Museum Volkswagen in Wolfsburg, whose collection you can see in the video below.
The car is almost unchanged from the front, so that you can not see immediately the changed rear end. The caps above the front headlights were available as a standard accessory. However, the extra wheel covers of the rear wheels were not common, totally unique for the closed car is the notchback with the huge rear window.
After all, there was the Hebmüller convertible, at the reminds a little the engine cover with the number plate light. Another such remodeling is not known by the company Stoll. It will later taken over by the Group Ackermann-Fruehauf and liquidated in 1995. 02/15