It's been called one of the most important cars of the 20th
Century. It's the longest-running and most manufactured car of a
single platform ever made.* The Volkswagen Beetle has become a
hugely popular platform for personalization. This 1974 Volkswagen
Super Beetle Convertible offers a generous helping of elegance. It
is a rare Automatic Convertible. With the semi-automatic design,
there's no clutch pedal, you simply move the shifter to change
gears when needed. To further add to your comfort there's a
handsome custom two-tone interior with diamond-pattern stitching.
The cloth top is rugged and handsome and of course retracts neatly
for open-air motoring. To make cruisin' even more fun, a Sony
stereo unit in the dash feeds a 700 watt JL XD Series 5-channel
sound system with four speakers in the interior and a big subwoofer
in the trunk. The engine is the supremely dependable 1600cc flat 4,
a design that has logged millions of miles worldwide. It remains in
its stock configuration. In time-honored custom hot rod VW
tradition, the wheels are EMPI/Speedwell aluminum alloys
reminiscent of the legendary EMPI Inch Pincher. Michelin radials
complete the elegant look, and offer their well-known comfort and
handling benefits as well. We are pleased to offer this
exceptionally clean and elegant 1974 VW Super Beetle with just the
right upgrades to enhance your enjoyment while maintaining the
classic character of a true automotive icon. *Wikipedia
1974 Volkswagen Super Beetle
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