The most common military version of the Beetle in WW2 was the "Kubelwagen," the German equivalent of the U.S. Jeep. Here's a picture of them together... Incidentally, "Kubelwagen" means "bucket car," named because it was one of the first vehicles equipped with bucket seats...deeply indented to help keep passengers from flying out when the side doors were not in place.
DrF, are you sure? Yours is, indeed, a Fiat 500. I drove the Spanish version, called a Seat, during a time I spent in Mallorca, mid '60's, a new one that broke down regularly, terrible car but rented, so the agency would pick it up and fix it. As PHeymont mentions, I think of VW as the real "People's Car", reliable and a '69 model, I may have mentioned previously, lives in my garage below me as I write. I intend to update its registration soon so a friend can drive it. I'm sure I'll be...
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