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This 1964 VW Bug has been in the same family for over a decade and has always been well taken care of. It has a highly detailed 1835cc engine that provides plenty of power with 4-speed manual transmission. The airbag suspension provides a great stance and the tank and Compressor are hidden under the back package tray. The car has a beautiful two-tone blue and white exterior paint that is cut and buffed. The interior was done very well in a gray and white and features a stereo system with high-end components including an amplifier in the detailed trunk area. It has a factory metal sun roof and lots of custom features as well as chromed hood hinges, torsion bar covers and engine.
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