Single family ownership (only 2 drivers):Includes original bill of sale (Bob Smith VW-Hollywood, CA), license plate, 25 years of maintenance records; driven as second vehicle since 1980sRebuilt engine (current 38,239 miles) 12 Volt conversion. Recent double plated hub caps and fenders. Body in good shape, but rear boot needing some work. Always in an enclosed protected space. Items were replaced with regular maintenance: Wiper motor and switch, dome light and bulb, batteries, tires, compartment seal and fire wall kit, fuel line, muffler and valve adjustment, oil change, filters, hoses, lubricate. Same mechanic maintenance since 1991 still in business and available for comment. This car is ready to drive, or for the collector here you go! Clear Georgia TitleAdvanced Imports is working with the owner to sell the VW and is the regular maintenance mechanic for the VW.
VOLKSWAGEN 1966 BEETLE, that is just an amazing presentation both tops mechanically and cosmetically, here is a very cute classic VW with a fastidious build yielding a wonderful presentation in red with cream insert with just gorgeous paint and body, set for showing and fun, less than 1500 miles on complete frame-off restoration just completed in 2017 and then with final road checking for Summer 2018, fully rebuilt with the terrific lower pan with all new stainless bolts, the whole car is highly detailed throughout, very strong 1600cc engine and fuel intake system way better than stock, highly detailed engine compartment, the smooth 4-speed transmission has the new upgraded shift linkage with lockout with great driving, all chrome and stainless throughout the car is redone to show standards, factory sliding roof panel, new EMPI roof and wood engine rack, period surfboard with tie downs, new stainless steel running boards, upgraded performance exhaust, new 15” radial tires with new EMPI wheels and wheel covers, new beige seat covers, door panels and headliner, factory correct carpet, bamboo under dash storage tray, restored steering wheel with clock, upgraded radio with IPOD hookup, center console, great exciting appearance with the beautiful chrome bumpers with amber fog lights, surfboard with tie downs on roof rack, solid terrific underchassis, estimated by the last owner well known to this writer to have over $35,000 spent on restoration, all the glass is perfect with the ‘pop out’ rear windows, an amazing build that make everyone happy, so great to drive, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
Too late now, the VW Beetle has officially become a collectors item. After years of languishing on used car lots and in your neighbors back yard, cars like this clean little 1965 Volkswagen Beetle ragtop have crossed over and become beloved toys rather than mere transportation appliances. To be honest, the looks of the Beetle pretty much ensured that theyd always have a spot in our automotive hearts. Theyre still fun, reliable, inexpensive fun, but the numbers are on the move and taking this handsome restored example home can also be considered a good investment. Someone has already done all the hard work, so the body and paint are in very good shape and show no signs of ever having been anything but well-maintained. Silver paint gives the vintage VW an updated look, yet still lets the traditional Beetle shape do all the talking and theyve cleverly added an oval rear window that blends in seamlessly. Its got a cool resto-mod vibe. Panel fit, which was already quite good from the factory, remains excellent, with the doors sealing up like the proverbial vault. Early car styling cues such as the small taillights and flat windshield give it an early VW look, and with the roll-back sunroof, its a rare find thats ideal for sunny days. The black interior is very much the way the designers intended, and its possible that the seat upholstery is original. Basic black always works well, and it includes matching door panels and carpets, plus a custom package shelf behind the rear seat with a pair of speakers and a gray tweed headliner. The color-matched dashboard adds a sense of style to the all-business interior, and the single round speedometer with integral fuel level gauge shows crisp markings. The custom steering wheel makes it easy to maneuver the manual-steering-only Beetle, even in tight spots, and the four-speed shifter falls to hand easily where youll quickly master its quirky feel. An AM/FM/CD stereo below the dash sounds great and allowed the very cool original dash to remain untouched. The overall look is warm and inviting with just enough wear on the seats to prove that its been used as intended. The front trunk is lined in black carpet for a finished look. After an extensive round of upgrades, this Bug now carries a 1600 cc flat-four from a 1970 Beetle, which delivers a bit more horsepower and torque to help this car cope with American driving styles. Of course, like all Beetles, this one starts easily and will probably run forever with that traditional air-cooled VW sound, and the engine bay shows signs of regular maintenance in the years since it was completed. A small air cleaner feeds the single carburetor, theres a new set of ignition components, and all the heater ducting is still in place, which is more proof of conscientious ownership. Underneath, its reasonably tidy, but its also completely original and with that in mind, there are no signs of trouble in the usual spots. The heater boxes are solid, the pans are clean, and the area under the rear seat is solid. Polished aluminum wheels have a Torque Thrust look, and work well with the staggered 145R15 front and 205/70/15 radials, which give it a bit of a rake. The same reasons Beetles were popular when new make them popular today, but something with this much cool was never a factory offering. Call today!
After years of being regarded as disposable, the vintage VW Beetle is now gaining ground as a legitimate collector vehicle. Early models like this 1964 Volkswagen Beetle coupe seem to command a premium, offering the original VW experience with a healthy dose of nostalgia. Refinished several years ago, with a tidy interior and a cool slightly custom look, this lovely little Bug is a wonderful way to enjoy the greatest hobby on earth without a huge up-front investment. Nobody said that having fun in an old car has to be expensive, right? Finished in brilliant orange, this bright little Beetle is perhaps the worlds most recognizable car. The paint and bodywork have been done to proper standards; not over-restored, but rather about what youd get if you walked into a VW dealership in 1964 and took it home. Assembly quality was quite good, and the stories about Beetles being so tight they can float turned out not to be 100% true, but they do fit together quite well. Door gaps are flush, the hood fits snugly and doesnt wiggle out on the road, and the rear deck lid follows the bodys contours precisely. Only one or two small areas on the drivers front fender and door give away the age of the restoration, but overall the car presents quite well with undeniable appeal. The simple bumpers, big headlights, and little horn grills all make the front end look as friendly as ever, and while the emblems have been shaved, do you really need name plates to know what this is? For a low-priced car, the VW designers certainly gave the interior an upscale look. Materials and workmanship are extremely high quality throughout, and while accommodations are cozy, Bugs are always bright and airy inside. Beautifully fitted cream-colored seat covers, tightly knit carpets, and crisply rendered door panels make is a pleasure to be behind the wheel. And speaking of the steering wheel, it is as neat 3-spoke unit that frames the simple instrument panel, which consists of a speedometer and separate fuel gauge, which is unique to early cars. Other notable details include the accessory cup holder, seat belts (which were still optional in 1964), and heavy duty floor mats. The forward-mounted trunk offers decent storage space as well as a full-sized spare with correct remote inflation hose and jack assembly. Beetles will take you anywhere you need to go, as long as you have the time. The upgraded 1600 cc flat-four makes modest horsepower, but as everyone knows, theyre completely indestructible and reasonably peppy around town. This one has been freshly rebuilt and shows only slight signs of use. It starts easily with that characteristic VW whistling exhaust note and youll probably see that driving it feels familiar after only a few miles. The carburetor wears a correct oil bath air cleaner and not some aftermarket piece, the big generator has been converted to 12 volts, and, and the ignition components are recent. The underbody is driver-grade, the brakes are rebuilt, the clutch is new, and it rides on a newer set of cool Halibrand-style wheels with new radials wrapped around them. This high-impact Beetle is welcome at almost any vintage event, and it always puts a smile on the faces of the driver and passers-by alike, all for a very reasonable price. Call today!
It sure looks like the days of inexpensive Beetles are drawing to a close, which is probably a good thing. This cheerful red 1973 VW Super Beetle is still an economical way to join the hobby, and youll quickly find that theres a large group of folks out there who still think these are wonderful cars. Is there anything about the VW Beetle that hasnt already been said? Theres more than one reason why they have endured for decades as the worlds most popular car, and this one makes it easy to understand why theyve recently started taking off as legitimate collectables. The cheeky good looks impressive build quality all work together to make one fantastic hobby car. This Beetle has been lovingly maintained, and the fact that it has spent most of that life in a warm climate has helped. The 2013 repaint is pretty close to the original color and looks exactly right on the vintage runabout. Everything lines up neatly and the doors open and close with a precision that belies the cars affordable price tag, and while its not a show car, it still looks great. The Super Beetle offered a curved windshield, larger indicator lights, and subtly reshaped body panels, but the overall look is pure Beetle. The black interior is an excellent complement to the bright red bodywork, and the textured vinyl does a good job of keeping you cool even on warm days. The Super Beetle was upgraded inside, as well, including a more stylish instrument panel, although it still embraced the single gauge motif with the gas gauge inside the speedometer face. All the switchgear has a very no-nonsense look typical of German cars of the period and the leather-wrapped steering wheel has a substantial feel. The upholstery, carpets, and door panels are all in decent condition with very little wear (theres one small tear on the passengers seat), and it includes the original AM radio which might be due for an upgrade. The forward-mounted trunk is a little scruffy, but includes original cardboard panels to keep it tidy. The engine was rebuilt a few years ago to stock specifications, and the 1600 cc flat-four still whistles along without complaints. With just a recent tune-up and a Pertronix electronic ignition system, its an excellent runner that feels strong, especially with a 4-speed manual transmission behind it. It starts easily with that distinctive VW whistling exhaust note, and delivers adequate performance for around-town errands. It remains quite stock, from the carburetor to the generator to the air ducts, with the only visible upgrade being the chrome air cleaner. Stir the 4-speed manual properly and its entertaining to drive, thanks to a stable suspension and decent brakes, which never seem to work very hard on the lightweight VW. Its original underneath, so its not perfect, but its just about right for a car youre going to want to drive. Stock steel wheels carry chrome hubcaps and recent 165R15 wide whitewall radials that really dress the Bug up nicely. Youll probably find that everyone is your friend when you drive a Beetle, and the way the market is moving, they wont be this affordable for much longer. Call today!
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By now youve noticed the trend in Volkswagen Beetles, and theyre not getting cheaper. This 1971 VW Super Beetle convertible is a great example of still-affordable fun, though, with a classic color combination, a solid structure, and all the charm that came standard with every single one they ever built. This jaunty little Beetle convertible should look instantly familiar to just about anyone, and painting it white with black accents gives it a somewhat aggressive look that suits it just fine. It sure looks like this tidy ragtop has lived a good life and with a few tasteful upgrades, it remains one of the better specimens weve featured. That means paint that shines up nicely without looking over-done, a good fit to the doors thats typical of these sturdy little cars, and shiny chrome bumpers that look great against the monochromatic paint. Theres not a lot of trim on the 71 models but what is there all looks quite good, from the chrome bumpers to the bright headlight rings to the VOLKSWAGEN emblem on the engine cover. Clear parking light lenses update the look a bit and as a 1971 model, it still carries the preferred small taillights, although these have the traditional three-color lenses for a unique look. All Beetles had vinyl upholstery when they were new, and we love the simple black buckets with white piping to add some contrast. That piping, combined with body-colored accents, new black carpets, andh matching door panels, gives it a very finished, high-quality look. The dash is in good condition and the single pod ahead of the driver carries the big round speedometer with integral fuel gauge thats the extent of Beetle instrumentation. The entertainment system has been upgraded to an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit and the custom shifter improves shift feel. Overhead, theres a fresh black convertible top that fits as well as any weve ever seen on a Beetle, and includes a correct glass rear window and interior headliner that makes the VW feel a lot plusher than youd expect. The front trunk compartment is clean, although not totally finished and could have a reproduction mat set installed to really take it up a notch. The traditional 1600 cc VW flat-four engine is about as simple and reliable as machines get, and thanks to proper maintenance, it runs as well as youd expect. It isnt detailed for show, but it does have a well-maintained vibe and some new components, and it hasnt been modified like so many of its siblings. It starts easily, idles well, and pulls the cute little Bug around with enough enthusiasm to make it fun to drive. Underneath, there are clean floor pans (likely replacements, which really isnt a big deal for VW lovers), some recent suspension work, and a 4-speed manual transmission with well-spaced ratios that make the most of the engines modest output. Those black wheels resemble early Minilites and add a sporty look, especially with slightly oversized 165R15 Goodyear radials that fill the fenders quite nicely. Just a well-loved and well-maintained Bug ragtop thats ready to enjoy. You could get one for less, but why bother fixing one up when you can have this one as a turn-key package? Call today!
Sometimes, you just cant go wrong with the basics. This nicely finished 1968 Volkswagen Beetle isnt wildly modified, but has been freshened to make it stand out in the crowd without altering its basic character. As one of the most beloved cars of all time, this car shows you just how easy it is to make a good car great. Simple bright blue paint looks great on the trademark Beetle curves, but to really do it right, you need to make it straight. Unfortunately, a lot of folks dont think VWs are worth the investment, but thats definitely not the case here. Its obvious that someone spent a lot of time and money getting the rounded bodywork as straight as possible, and there it looks great. This one fits together extremely well (although the stories of Beetles being able to float due to exceptional seals in the doors are probably just myths), and the doors open and close with just a light touch. Theres a single line of trim running the length of the body that dresses it up, and the rest of the chrome is in excellent shape overall. In a sea of custom, lowered, chopped, shaved, and modified Beetles, this one stands out in a refreshing way. The restored interior is handsomely finished in basic black, using factory-style woven vinyl seat covers that will probably outlast us all. Fresh black door panels, a new set of black carpets, and a repainted dash make it feel young again, and the steering wheel is big enough to make the manual steering feel light and direct, which is by design. The simple single gauge offers speed and fuel level, but precious little else, but these cars tend to be so reliable that keeping a constant eye on them isnt really necessary. There is, however, a new JVC AM/FM/CD stereo system that fits well and sounds great. Up front, the trunk has been properly finished in matching black rubber and offers a full-sized spare tire and wheel assembly with an extra hubcap. The 1600 cc flat-four has been recently rebuilt by the owner, who is also a master VW mechanic. Theres a familiar air cleaner up top, a big generator making the electricity, and a fresh carburetor to make it go. All the original heater tubes and ducting are intact, so this VW is happy in cooler weather although its still probably not suitable for Minnesota in January. Underneath, the chassis is in good order with only light surface scale that indicates that this Beetle has spent its life in a warm climate. No modifications, no questionable upgrades, just a solid, clean Bug that works just like the one you used to own in college. It does have a fresh exhaust system with dual outlets, which is probably the case with virtually every Beetle in existence today, and it motors down the road with that traditional VW whistling exhaust note thats so beloved. Factory wheels with chrome hubcaps, new blackwall radials, and a no-nonsense look with improved road manners. Volkswagen Beetles still represent a huge amount of fun for the money, and this one has been nicely restored to represent everything that makes these cars so special. Call today!
1974 VW Beetle Bug - ConvertibleEngine has just had a total overhaul and runs like a clock. Body is in great condition; original w/ MINIMAL rust! No hidden rust pockets in the paint or underside of the bug; this is the one you've been looking for. It has been tucked away in a garage for the past 20 yrs. Upgraded disk breaks all around. Drop top frame is in good condition but the cover has a tear in the bottom where it meets the backside of the bug. Not a storm ready vehicle but perfect for this upcoming summer beach cruising weather. Great looking, sounding and running VW bug looking for a new home. Happy to answer any questions to my best ability.
Here is a good running and driving 1972 VW Beetle. It has the 65 HP Dual Port engine. It starts easy and runs smooth. The transmission shifts out good and the clutch is good. The paint is driver quality. The interior seats, headliner and door panels are in good condition. The carpet is good but not perfect. The gauges work as do all the lights. The wipers work as well. The passenger side rear pan has had rust and been patched over. There are a couple other small rust areas in pans but not bad. The tires look new and it has new wheels that look good. Overall a good VW Beetle that you can drive and enjoy. I do not know the exact miles on this car. The miles shown are what the odometer reads and I am assuming it has rolled over.
1978 Volkswagen Convertible Karmann New seats, carpet, door panels, Excellent paint, chrome, top. Solid engine, transmission, clutch, brakes Runs Great! no smoke. A pleasure to drive, ready to go anywhere. no AC or radio
1979 Volkswagen Beetle ConvertibleThis is a factory fuel injected car. it runs a drives great To comply with tightening emission standards, the 1600 cc engine in Japanese and North American markets received Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection, rather than the D-Jetronic system formerly used in the VW Type 3 and Type 4. The injected engine received a new muffler and in California a catalytic converter. This necessitated a bulge in the rear apron under the rear bumper and replaced the distinctive twin "pea shooter" tailpipes with a single offset pipe, making injected models identifiable at a glance. 5 mph (8.0 km/h) bumper-equipped North American models retained fender-top front indicators. The 1303 received rack and pinion steering. In North America, the 1303/Super Beetle sedan was moved upmarket and was now christened La Grande Bug.
You are looking at a 1972 Volkswagon Super Beetle! It has been sitting in a garage for 15 years, and has only had 1 owner!It does turn over but we have not had it running and driving around! turn over I feel that my price of $4,500.00 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
You are looking at a 1972 Volkswagon Beetle, She has been sitting in a garage for 15 years,,4 cld with manual transmission ans nice original interior! I feel that my price of $4,500.00 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
Doesnt this little VW Veep-Jeep look like too much fun? It could be your personal little attention getter for the street or it could make a perfect toy at a beach or lake house or even a shuttle for festivals or a business that needs to run back and forth around a big facility. When people see this Veep coming with the Teal and White paint and the Teal and White fringe edged canopy, they cant help but smile. It looks like its ready to cruise down to the dock to pick someone up or maybe cruise around a gated community. The windshield can be folded down for an even more open feeling and the canopy frame provides nice hand holds for getting in and out or for keeping your balance when everyone has piled on for the ride to down to the party. New mirrors and hood pins add a splash of flash to the look and you will find a lockable storage box up front under the hood. Steel wheels painted body color with large polished hubcaps and wide white wall tires perfectly compliment and complete the look. Go ahead, step on into it, there are no doors. It doesnt get much more basic or simple than this. There is a small black steering wheel which is thickly padded and feels good in your hands and the shifter for the manual transmission is just a flick of the wrist to the right. The windshield has Veep lettering in the center and also has separate windshield wiper motors instead of linkages. There is a white instrument panel in the center with the speedometer as well as engine gauges for oil pressure, oil temperature, voltage and fuel, and all the way off to the right is a nice little glovebox. Back seat passengers can settle onto the bench that is striped in blue and white vinyl just like the front seats, and hang on to the cooler or each other for the ride. Being based on VW bug running gear means several things. For one, the 1600 CC motor is in the back behind the tailgate. It is simple and reliable and when you do want some service done, it is easy to find people who are familiar with them and they are easy to get parts for it. This one has just had a recent tune-up with fresh plugs, cap and wires as well as a new alternator belt so no worries there for a while. Being air cooled means that you dont have to worry about liquid coolant freezing if you leave it in storage over a cold winter and there certainly arent any computers to drain the battery down while it sits. A torsion bar front suspension and air shocks in the rear along with those wide white wall tires that are 5.60-15s make this light little vehicle fun to drive. This Veep is cute, fun, and brings a smile to everyones face when you drive it. Come on down and check it out. You might just realize that you really need a vehicle like this!
If you ever ran around in a Beetle convertible with your friends when you were young, then you probably have some great memories. If you never had that chance, then heres another one. Or maybe its a first chance for another generation. They are fun! Drop the top, pile in, and head out. Check it out. This car looks ready to blend right in with the outdoors in its Sky-Blue paint. Its a classic body style that everybody, no matter how young or old, can identify. There have been more of them produced than any other car ever made, and anywhere you go with the car you are likely to find a community of fans which makes driving these cars that much more fun. By 1974 the cars had gotten a bit bigger, mostly up front with more luggage space, but did it without losing the curves of the fenders and shape of the hood that so defined the look of the car. The dark Blue roof folds up and down easily for protection from rain or intense sun, and also for the winter time, because being a rear engine car, it gets traction that might actually get you up a snowy hill that leaves many new cars stranded. After all, it is snowy and mountainous in Germany where it was designed. Open the door and you will find a nice white interior. Go ahead, leave the top down when you hit the beach or run errands, it wont get that hot. The door panel has a pattern of horizontal pleats and has a nice little door pocket that was added at the same time as a fully carpeted interior which was part of the luxury upgrade the Super Beetles received. Part of the charm of the car is how simple and iconic they are, but those two things were pretty nice additions. The bucket seats are comfortable and vinyl, so it doesnt really matter if they get a little wet from a rain shower or bathing suit, and your back-seat passengers will remember the adventure more than anything else, although if it is going to be a cross country trip, they better be young, flexible, and very adventurous! The dash is as simple as it gets with one gauge, the speedo with a couple indicator lights, and a stereo upgrade might be a reasonable consideration for this car. The opposed 4-cylinder engine tucked under the lid at the back of the car was enlarged to 1600 ccs and improved to make more power and be easier to service. But first, let talk about the sound of that motor. Its as iconic as the shape of the car! It has a distinctive sound you can hear while its pumping out its 60 horsepower and you are shifting through the 4-speed manual gearbox on the way down the street. The suspension was redesigned in the Super Beetles too with a new trailing arm design in the rear and MacPherson strut in the front suspension which really improved the ride and handling. The rubber meets the road through 165/80R15 tires mounted on chrome wheels with chrome VW hub caps for that classic Beetle look. This car is fun! Climb in, drop the top, and head out for some adventures. Come on down and check it out.
1961 Volkswagen Beetle. This cherry red bug is fresh off a complete pan-off restoration, with only 52 miles showing. It is powered by a 1776cc, 90 hp engine, with a 12k mile warranty. This vehicle features a complete wiring/electrical harness and brand new rubber and seals throughout. 700 man hours in media blasting, bodywork, and paint. Super clean grey interior with new carpet, upholstery, and interior parts. New Kumho radial tires and polished 5 spoke wheels. This car could possibly restore your life to a time when things were much more laidback!! Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
1973 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible. This is an air cooled, rear engine, rear wheel drive automobile. The Beetle is the longest running and most manufactured car of a single design platform, worldwide. This car is a very light shade of Tan, with a black canvas soft top, and Caramel colored interior. Original owners manual and original Owner Identification Card. Powered by it original 4 cylinder, and 4-speed transmission, this car has an air conditioner. This is one of the nicest early 70s VW convertibles, that I have ever seen, super clean. Let the top down and head to the beach! Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
1972 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER BEETLE - 1600CC H4 - 4SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION - TURN SIGNALS - 12VOLT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - AFTERMARKET SPORT BUCKETS - FULL CARPETING -CUSTOM TWO TONE PAINT JOB - FIBERGLASS RUNNING BOARDS - ROOF RACK - CHROME WHEELS - NEW TIRES - DUAL OUTLET EXHAUST - RUNS GREAT!! JUST LIKE A BEETLE SHOULD!!! SOUNDS GREAT TOO!!! LOOKS GREAT TOO!!! JUST GONE THRU & IN GREAT CONDITION , THIS IS A RARE FIND!!!! CUSTOM PAINT , NEW WHEELS & TIRES , FRONT SPORT BUCKETS , OH YEAH ITS A SWEET VDUB FOR SURE!!!! YOUR GONNA LOVE THIS ONE AS MUCH AS WE DO!!!! OUR LAST BEETLE MADE BARRETT JACKSON SO DONT WAIT TO LONG , YOU DONT KNOW WHERE THIS ONE MIGHT END UP!!!! INDOOR STORED SO MAKE SURE TO CALL AHEAD FOR A VIEWING!!!! WERE MAKING ( VDUB ) DEALS YOU WONT BELIEVE!!!!!OUR ONE RARE FIND PRICEFIRM $6,999.00 FIRMCASH PRICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!TRADES ACCORDINGLY!!!!!!!
Fully Restored, Beetle Cabriolet, Tan Cloth and Vinyl. Convertible. All standard Equipment including upgraded stereo system, canvas top, after market upgraded wheels. Appraised at 22,300.00
1971 Super Beetle Karmann Edition. The most enjoyable cruiser you can find! The car has: good paint, good tires, working radio, pristine top, good interior, recently rebuilt motor that runs like a top, smooth transmission, and NO RUST. The car has been taken care of and is garage kept. Take it anywhere you want to go, it has no problem cruising at 60/65. The car has had one repaint and there are a few small flaws in the paint but no true eye sores. The top seals tight and goes up and down with no problem. This is the car you need before spring gets here!
This 1962 Volkswagen dune buggy is an icon of fun. Driving it puts a big grin on your face, and it makes others wonder whats your next adventure. The green instantly grabs you attention. The Chameleon Mayhem paint is a cool bright hue that go on the best buggies. And theres so much metallic element deep in the gel coat that this truly sparkles in the sunlight. That means a memorable presence on the streets, and added safety if you use this for adventuring - because they can really see you coming! More than just the paint, this ones style also hides some true substance. For example, the nice set of tubular side rails and bumper are a fashionable way to add some protection. The buzz-saw style polished wheels have a larger/wider rear set for the sand. There are handy detachable elements like a tow bar and bikini roof. The interior was built for function, but there was also plenty of room left for flair. For example, the pattern on the seat covers is almost like tropical trees blowing in the wind. But what youll really appreciate is that the cloth covers are much nicer on bare legs when you hop in after a day in the sunshine. The three-spoke sports steering wheel and gearstick are within easy reach. The gauges are a nice reminder of the VW lineage, and the roll bar is always a welcomed addition. The heart of a good dune buggy is a stout VW unit. The 1600cc motor is on display for everyone to see, and so you get a tidy setup with a bright belt protector. Plus, the performance exhaust package with trumpeted quad-tips adds some burly tones to the iconic air-cooled clatter. Beyond this tough appearance is the reliable flat-four heart we all love in a Beetle. The four-speed manual transmission means maximum control and maximum fun, and the extra wide rear tires completes this rough-n-ready attitude. A cool car that looks this good and is priced so right wont say with us long. Dont miss out, call today!
Theres a hierarchy among these love bugs, and this 1960 Volkswagen Beetle belongs at the top. With desirable early features, great colors, upgraded engine, and a great presentation inside & out, this is a showstopper at an affordable price. Beetle aficionados cherish these earlier years because of the craftsmanship, including the tiny grilles near the headlights, W decklid, and the overall fit & finish. Plus, 60 was one of few years to get a classic style and a big back window. But more than just getting its history correct, you know you love this one just by its presentation. The slick black and shining silver two-tone paint take advantage of a modern application. So the glossy finish highlights all the curves of the VWs wind-cheating design. And that red pinstripe helps highlight this custom work even further. Plus, the bumpers, wheel covers, and full trim package have been given a nice investment so that this whole package has a 10,000-watt smile. And theres nothing cool than the look of cruising around with the full-length cloth roof tucked all the way back. The VW signature spartan interior provides a perfect backdrop for a very thoughtful package. The exterior silver returns on all the metal pieces to remind you these cars were paint dipped as a full package. Its joined by bold red seats and side panels with distinctive white piping and trim. The whole setup looks strikingly original, right down to the correct jack in the trunk up front. Youll love the view from the drivers seat, including the two-spoke steering wheel with Wolfsburg crest and central VDO speedometer. But then you might notice a few subtle upgrades. Like the CD player in the glovebox that allows for more modern tunes in this vintage ride. Plus, the fireball on the gearstick hints at something special powering this Bug. The motor has the shine of investment and performance. Thats because it was installed less than 9,000km ago (about 5,600 miles.) Its an 1800cc motor far larger than the original 1200cc unit, and in fact, larger than anything VW ever originally put in the peoples car. Plus, theres a dual-barrel carburetor and a performance exhaust to allow this flat-four breathe even better. The result is an extra kick of power without ever losing that classic air-cooled charm. You get to make the most out of the upgrades to the motor thanks to the control of the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, with upgraded front disc brakes and modern tires, this one feels quite a bit more confident on the highway than your average 60s Beetle. Complete with owners manual, a classic VW is an easy car to drive, maintain, and above all, cherish. It only gets better when an early one with such desirable features is turn-key ready and easily affordable. A car this distinctive never waits long, so dont miss out. Call today!!!
This 1970 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is exactly what you love about the VW culture. After all, its an affordable classic that can still turn heads with its individual level of style. This car uses the natural lines of the Beetle to create a wonderful dual blue two-tone. And the metallic element of this updated paint gives it a nice radiant look in the daylight. Plus, theres extra shine from the brightwork elements like the bumpers, headlight bezels, and classic wheel covers. So you have quite a sunshine-friendly droptop. And the appeal goes much further than the custom setup. These VWs have a reputation for being built with solid German precision. So the nice black folding roof fits sung, the body panel line up nicely, and the doors close with authority. The white interior looks just as sunny-day friendly as the two-tone blue exterior, so youll love opening up this Bug to the world. You get all the right vintage pieces, like the classic single VDO gauge, grippy steering wheel with VWs Wolfsburg crest in the center, and a sturdy gearstick thats in the exact right place. And if you look closely, youll notice the radio has been replaced with a retro style unit. So you get a classic appearance but with a modern digital tuner thats ideal for road trip music. Volkswagens flat-four motor is a marvel of robust construction, and it only gets better on this example that has 15 years worth of maintenance records. Thats why it fires up easily with that hypnotic air-cooled tone. The 1500cc powerplant makes decent power for this lightweight convertible. Of course, the true key to driver enjoyment is taking full control over it with the four-speed manual transmission. Complete with owners manual and maintenance records, this is a distinct take on an iconic classic. Affordability and fun rarely come together this nicely, so dont miss this Beetle. Call today!!!