Stk#094 1969 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
Cloned to look like a 1967 VW.
Painted Black BC/CC that looks good. Light Tan Top and Boot cover, aluminum covered running boards, front and rear fenders are chrome, gravel guards and Porsche rims with Kumho tires that are like new. Front & rear bumpers like new. Bumper guards are good, chrome head light rings like new. Dual outside mirrors like new, door handles good, body trim is like new, tail lights are like new, deck lid emblem looks new. Deck lid grill set chrome like new, antenna like new. This is a very nice car and an eye catcher.
The interior is Oatmeal color Tweed, door panels, back panels, seats front and rear and the Tweed looks great. Black arm rest like new, custom front and rear Billet window cranks, Oatmeal colored carpet and kick panels with Pioneer speakers. Pioneer AM/FM/CD/MP3/Sirius 300-watt amp stereo. Original Hurst shifter, aluminum cover on emergency brake, Billet dash holder, white sun visors, black dash with original white face speedometer and gas gauge, polished door seals. Seat belts, White pull bar, custom Billet gas pedal, black rubber floor mats. Spare tire on Porsche rim to match car with new tire. Really nice inside.
Powered by a 1641 cc engine, 4 speed original Hurst shifter, Empi manifolds, Empi linkage, Brosol/Solex 40 mm carbs, chrome air cleaner, chrome oil stick, chrome generator, Power pulley, 5-hole design, Black numbers. Stainless Empi stinger muffler exhaust. Sounds great. Runs great, shifts and handles great! Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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