Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is proud to offer this groovy 1971 Volkswagen Beetle for sale. This is my favorite beetle we have brought in thus far. The exterior is very clean in my opinion and is a light blue color. The interior is a darker blue and looks very clean as well. This 1971 Volkswagen Beetle we have for sale is a convertible which make it great for driving in all conditions. If it gets a little hot out then bring down that top and let the wind flow through your hair, or scalp depending on which length you prefer. This Is a great car for younger drivers getting their first car or for someone that wants to revive the good old times of the sixties and seventies. This Beetle has the 1600 CID H4 mid-engine, these were the final engine size increase made by Volkswagen for the Beetle before they started making the new ones in the late 90's. This is a manual, 4 speed, transmission which I personally enjoy verses the automatic transmissions. Some people say there are too many Beetles out there in the world but really there are not many that are look amazing and are a convertible and the ones that are, tend to be very pricy. This here is a very clean Beetle at a very fair price. Our 1971 Volkswagen Beetle for sale includes: AM/FM radio, CD player, convertible top (Manual), hub caps, seat belts, and vinyl interior. When you look at the price and condition of this masterpiece you will realize it would be around much longer so please act now before its gone. To see 100-plus pictures and a video of this smooth 1971 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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