1969 VW Beetle, Wow! Professional gorgeous finish, Electric Blue, with sweet fading ghost flames from blue to silver to light blue. $3500 for the paint alone. New front and rear bumpers. New emblems, stainless and other chrome including headlight and turn signal housing. Full tinted excellent glass. All new weather stripping inside and outside. New running boards. Interior is really classy with all new vinyl and hounds tooth inserts and door panels with extra insulation in doors. Most quiet beetle we've driven in. Front trunk is also detailed to the max. All new attractive cut pile carpet front and rear. Very classy in and out. Like-new steering wheel and horn ring and gauges. Expensive AM/FM CD with tasteful four speakers. Only 83K actual miles, totally tight front end. Rebuilt HP motor detailed to the max, even detailed under and sides of motor. Cool-looking and sounding 2 into 1 exhaust. Higher performance but not radical or loud. My crew are always asking me if they can drive her to lunch or home, even when they have muscle cars to drive. So I just tell them it's SOLD. Totally dry floors and sheet metal, no rust. New American polished aluminum rims with brand new expensive radials. Slightly bigger carb, HP Pistons, valve crank. $1000's in motor alone. This car looks even better in person than in pics. Show or go with the best. No surprises, no dissapointments. Very reasonable delivery. $12,950. Bob 1-866-641-7427, WE OFFER OUR OWN NATIONWIDE SHIPPING AT A MUCH BETTER RATE! "WE MAKE IT EASY" View our entire inventory online: Classic442.com . Please Call for availability.
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