This 1978 Volkswagen Beetle convertible was expertly restored to stock condition. It has been maintained from new by just two owners, and is an example of the final year of German Beetle production. It features all-new paint, bumpers, top, carpet, seats, door panels, running boards and chrome, dealer-installed wheels and whitewall tires. It's powered by a fuel-injected, 1,585cc, air-cooled OHV, horizontally opposed, 4-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox, and comes equipped with a rear transaxle and 4-wheel independent suspension. This meticulously restored Beetle comes with over $30,000 in restoration receipts.
My favorite uncle bought this in the fall of 1973.
You may not earn an invitation to Amelia Island or other major concours d’elegance with this Pick of the Week, but you certainly would be a hit at a Concours d’LeMons.
The one-off 1960 coupe created by Italian designer Frua is wanted for 2019 event’s special class of custom-bodied Volkswagens
The Pick of the Day has had only three long-term owners and very low mileage, and is said to remain in all-original, preserved condition
Home of the Model T and its ‘secret room’
This is the 26th in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
It’s been 60 years since the SUV arrived in the U.S.
Some trucks are good for getting from point A to point B, some are good for adventure. The rare ones do both
Yusaku Maezawa has a garage full of out-of-this-world cars