Woody Veículos

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Polyglass Indústria e Comércio de Plásticos Ltda.
Woody Veículos Ltda.
legal form Ltda.
founding 1971
resolution 1980s
Seat Rio de Janeiro , Brazil
Branch Automobiles

Woody Veículos Ltda. , previously Polyglass Indústria e Comércio de Plásticos Ltda. , was a Brazilian manufacturer of automobiles .

Company history

The company from Rio de Janeiro started producing automobiles in 1971. The brand name was Woody . The company name changed at the end of the 1970s. Production ended in the first half of the 1980s.


VW buggies were on offer . The first model Sport was similar to sports cars . The basis was a chassis from Volkswagen do Brasil that was shortened by 35 cm . An open, doorless body made of fiberglass was mounted on top. It offered space for four people. There was a roll-over device behind the front seats . The windshield came from the VW Karmann-Ghia and the taillights from the VW Beetle . Round headlights were integrated into the front of the vehicle. An air-cooled four - cylinder boxer engine in the rear propelled the vehicles. Hardtop , wing doors and headlight covers were planned, but did not go into series production. It is not known until when this model was manufactured.

1972 appeared with the stroller a real buggy. It had a chassis from the VW Beetle that had been shortened by 37 cm. The body with 2 + 2 seats was also made of fiberglass. It had free-standing headlights and a simple roll bar. After the facelift in 1981, the headlights were placed under the fenders and the roll-over device consisted of two tubes. The bumpers had also been changed.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b c d e f João F. Scharinger: Lexicar Brasil (Portuguese, accessed November 7, 2016)