This 1972 VW Beetle Convertible Classic has been fully restored, here are some of the new parts in it:
- Front and Rear Suspension
- All seals (windows, doors, hood, windshield)
- Convertible top
- New Breaks
- New Paint (All over)
- New Upholstery
- New Door Panels
- LED headlights ( change to any color you'd like)
- Brake pump and fluid reservoir tank
- New gas pump
- New alternator
- New transmission clutch
- New Windshield
- New Bumpers (Front & Rear)
- New Wiring Harness
- Black Undercoat (interior and undercarriage)
- Sound System ( Kicker speakers and Amplifier)
- New "Retro" Radio with AUX input
... We are taking offers on this Beetle, call us and let us know what would you like to pay for this Lady Bug (210) 432-8310.
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