1973 Volkswagen Sun Roof Beetle is fully restored and fully sorted out and ready for the road. This Beetle underwent restoration 10 years ago and has one of the nicest body work and paint work that I have seen. This VW was purchased in Arizona and then lived in Idaho for a number of years. It was owned by a famous race car driver and was purchased for his daughter to drive. It was garage kept and not driven in the winter. The next owner has put on new disc brakes, replaced the alternator, fuel pump, new battery, new fan, installed electronic ignition. The Sun Roof functions with out drama and as intended. This Beetle has seen light use and has been garage kept after the restoration so it's paint gleams and bright work is nice. As good as this VW looks it's even funner to drive. Contact Shep with your interest at 208.721.1973
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