Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to offer to our world-wide customer-base this really nice 1963 Volkswagen Beetle "ragtop". This is the vernacular that VW enthusiasts use when referencing a Beetle sedan with a partial moveable soft top that can be opened or closed manually. This little cutie is a dependable driver that the new owner can have a lot of fun in. The colors on this two-tone Bug are authentic VW colors for the era, it's just that all were solid colors. The two-tone on this car looks like the factory should have done them this way; it really highlights the classic lines of this final-year-for-the-ragtop Beetle. It still has the six-volt electrical system, adequate for a car that has no options at all. This is why these cars were, and continue to be, very popular. They're easy to fix and are virtually indestructible. This one's ready to go and will give you many "smiles per gallon". Don't miss this one as someone is bound to buy it before you if you hesitate. Remember yesterdays thinkers are todays buyers. To see 100-plus pictures and a video of this cool 1963 Volkswagen Beetle, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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