By Rodrigo Martinez PUEBLA, Mexico, July 30 (Reuters) - The world's last "Love Bug" Volkswagen Beetle rolled off the production line on Wednesday, ending the long history of a car that was Hitler's idea but was adopted by hippies and became a Hollywood star. The light blue Bug -- No. 21,529,464 in the car's 68-year history -- came off the line at Volkswagen's plant in Mexico, serenaded by mariachi musicians, and headed for the company's museum in its hometown of Wolfsburg, Germany. It ...
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