VW Beetle Convertible 1959 Semaphore direction indicators
This Volkswagen Beetle convertible was delivered new in the year 1959 and comes from a real enthusiast who has owned him for 21 years. This model was built by Karmann with the old folding side pegs (Semaphore), the small rear lights and the reclining headlights. The car also has the original tool set in the spare wheel! In the period 1995-1996 the car has been restored in the Netherlands and is in a decent and good condition. The Volkswagen is powered by the correct Type 1, 1192CC, 4 cylinder engine in combination with the 4-speed manual gearbox. In short, a neat and early Beetle Cabriolet ready for a lot of driving pleasure.
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