1972 super beetle in very good condition. Bright orange with a black interior. Very little rust - some on the bumpers and a little on the front hood cover. Interior is fine but there is minor tearing on the front seats. Pretty much everything works with the exception of the odometer. It reads about 43,000 but hasn't moved in years.
We have owned the car for 4 years and have only driven it during times when the weather was fine. Have not driven in snow or rain. Have maintained the car with tune ups, oil changes, some repair to the engine for an oil leak, new tires, new battery and frequent cleaning. Bought the car for $5,000 and spent about $1,500 for various maintenance. We are asking $4,995.
After buying her car in December 1966, owner put on more than 350,000 miles before it was brought back to better-than-new condition
Should it sell, it would be the most expensive Beetle ever
Venerable Volkswagen Beetle and her even-older owner entered yet again in British rally
The automotive guest on this episode isn’t about speed or performance. It’s just fun
But might it return, and next time plugged into electric power?
The all-original two-owner Beetle looks to be in remarkable condition
Iconic classic Volkswagens are rising in value, especially for rare original, restored models such as today’s Pick
Oval-window car has original-spec 36-hp engine and manual gearbox