1961 VW Beetle. Full restoration in 2016. Paint is perfect. Original engine, totally rebuilt. The pan is perfect and like new. No expense spared in restoring this car. We have the original bill of sale from Hasan Motors in Cincinnati, Ohio. Lowered in the rear to improve the stance. Early 1961 build (does not have gas gauge). Freeway flyer transmission for improved drivability. The car is still a 6V. This car has been in the owner's collection for 5 years. This car is a Concours type car. It is nice.
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