There are many Volkswagen models that go unnoticed or were modified into or from other Volkswagen’s. The Volkswagen Derby is a booted saloon (three-box) version of the Volkswagen Polo supermini, produced by the German automobile maker Volkswagen, between 1977 and 1981. According to Wikipedia in 1997 it outsold the VW Polo with 72,412 units sold. These sales eventually dwindled. In 1984 the VW Derby name was dropped and replaced with Volkswagen Polo Classic.
The parts of the VW Derby with the MK1 Polo and the rear window and lights can be interchanged with the Audi 60 and 50, which dates just before the merger of Audi and Volkswagen.
The Volkswagen Derby won the Semperit car of the year in Ireland in 1979.
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