***REDUCED ASKING PRICE*** 1970 Volkswagen Beetle - Fully
Restored, full engine re-builds 1996 and 2009 - Standard Beetle
(not Super Beetle) - "California Modified"
*** Reduced asking price from $18,000 (in 2016) to $15,000*** For Sale By Owner - offers welcome
Extras & descriptions: Custom Cal Mod shaved front fenders to drop turn signals to bumper, All Cal Mod seals and running boards, Billet Custom Dash (non-original dash includes all billet racing gauges and smooth/fiberglass painted dashboard), custom two-tone interior and headboard (light grey/grey), four speed manual, finished front trunk (matching grey carpeting with original spare tire), Cal Mod windows (front side windows are one piece vice original VW with quarter pop-outs), side rear windows are single piece). Engine compartment includes billet chrome upgrades. Rear exhaust panel re-finished without cut-outs for look with Dual exhausts (Porsche look) and four-quarter Porsche Look wheels with lock-lugs. Good under-coating no undercarriage rust or damage. Paint is metallic blue.
Documentation: Appraisal, proof of registrations from 1994- present (one/current owner since 1994), photos of restorations,
Condition: vehicle runs fantastically with no issues, passed NY State Inspection in September 2016
Should it sell, it would be the most expensive Beetle ever
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